Professionals Australia has lashed out at CASA saying the regulator is in crisis because staff have lost faith in the leadership and the culture within Aviation House is in need of repair. Read more
Several aviation companies including Tecnam and Rolls-Royce have joined forces to develop an all-electric short-haul aircraft.
CASA's handling of the Bristell LSA stall/spin issue has been referred to the Commonwealth Ombudsman.
EASA has issued a type certificate for the Tecnam P Twenty-Ten TDi,
An ATSB investigation into the fatal crash of a twin-engined Angel 44 has found the accident occurred during a simulated engine failure after take-off.
Senator Susan McDonald took CASA to task in a senate estimates hearing in Canberra yesterday.
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The ATSB has issued a warning to helicopter pilots about the need for a quick response to low rotor speeds.
A Federal Government issues paper on the future of aviation in Australia has canvassed the option of giving more power over airports to state and local governments.
EASA this week issued a type certificate for the BRM Aero Bristell B23.
The Federal Government may be investigating ways to reduce the burden of aviation regulation.
RAAF air traffic controllers from Townsville have started a program of engagement with young and inexperienced pilots.
Victorian MLC Gordon Rich-Phillips has blamed the state Labor government for causing the shutdown of Melbourne's flight training industry.
SAAA has called for CASA to abandon the self-administration system and transfer all aircraft to the Australian civil register.
Garmin International yesterday announced they have introduced a new, slimline pilot watch to their range.
A united group of aviation companies has written to the Federal Government calling for financial support.