January-February 2021 Australian Flying is now on the shelves and in the letter boxes.

CASA and Australian Flying magazine are proud to announce the winners of the 2020 Wings Awards.

2020 was a year of disruption and disappointment, but the GA show went on.

Avalon 2021 had been placed on a schedule of approved events to enable exhibitors to receive government grants.

Soar Aviation was put into administration on 29 December, according to notices published by ASIC yesterday.

The FAA has issued the type certificate for the Pilot 100 basic trainer.

Garmin International has introduced a Smart Rudder Bias (SRB) system for Beechcraft Baron and Piper Navajo aircraft.

Utility Air has taken on the distributorship for Diamond Aircraft spares in Australia and New Zealand.

Dassault introduced their new Falcon 6X to the world overnight.

America's hero of heroes, Brigadier General Chuck Yeager has died as one of aviation's most revered and controversial figures.

Have rumours of AOPA Australia's death have been greatly exaggerated?

Piaggio Aerospace's characteristic twin turbo-prop has amassed over one million flying hours.

Pel-Air this week announced it had taken delivery of the first of five Beechcraft King Air 350s.

Edge Aerospace has accused CASA of inequity in their handling of two separate overweight issues.

The aviation regulator faces its accusers in the senate inquiry.

An ATSB investigation into the fatal crash of a Liberty XL2 has determined the aircraft likely stalled during a low-level downwind turn.