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Textron Aviation this week announced a limited-edition 75th anniversary G36 Bonanza.

The results of the 2020 CASA stakeholder survey have revealed an increase in the satisfaction level of only 0.1%

Utility Air has secured several Diamond aircraft that will be refurbished in Canada.

Clare Valley Aerodrome is now complete. Thirteen years ago it was a dusty paddock beside a country road north of Adelaide.

(CASA) last week published the first of a planned series of newsletters guiding operators through the new suite of regulations.

There has been very little chatter surrounding the impending introduction of SAFIS.

Textron Aviation announced yesterday that it had delivered the 1000th 560XL executive jet.

MACCI has encouraged aviation businesses to make submissions to the new airport master plan to help stave off commercial development.

The Australian International Airshow has been pushed back one week to 30 November - 5 December.

An air armada of 46 civilian aeroplanes celebrated the centenary of the RAAF in Melbourne on 28 March.

Cessna's C408 twin turbo-prop has started the certification flight test phase of its development.

The ATSB has found that the crew of a shark-spotting Cessna that became partially incapacitated in 2019 were probably effected by CO poisoning.

CQUniversity has signed an agreement with Darwin-based Flight Standards to provide practical flight training.

The largest regional airline in Scandinavia has joined forces with Rolls-Royce and Tecnam to develop the all-electric P-Volt.

BRM Aero has enlisted a German certification firm as the latest weapon in its battle with CASA over the Bristell LSA.

Airservices has released a revised proposal for Class E airspace on the eastern seaboard.