Ben SandilandsMar 8, 201720 Comments
The at times perplexing story of Boeing's MAX family has taken two new turns in recent days
Ben SandilandsMar 7, 201741 Comments
That controversial Lido Hotel slide shown to MH370's next -of-kin may resolve a critical part of the mystery
Ben SandilandsMar 6, 201731 Comments
The annual ritual of having monopoly services overcharging rubbed in the face of airport users is upon us again
Ben SandilandsMar 4, 201712 Comments
It's far too easy, and rather silly, to blame MH370 on one or both pilots
Ben SandilandsMar 4, 20174 Comments
That graphic Malaysia showed to MH370 next-of-kin keeps reminding us that the authorities have a lot of explaining to do
Ben SandilandsMar 2, 201715 Comments
Singapore Airlines loses track of altitude near Canberra while the ATSB gets lost in its own backyard
Ben SandilandsFeb 28, 20176 Comments
Is the farside of the moon a good place to use paying passengers as space flight test pilots?
Ben SandilandsFeb 28, 201720 Comments
Who are these interests trying to load up a $5 bn Sydney West airport with a $25 bn high speed rail fantasy?
Ben SandilandsFeb 27, 201711 Comments
How long before Australia is surrounded by offshore low cost carriers flying its domestic routes?
Ben SandilandsFeb 25, 201730 Comments
How could Qantas get key passenger needs so wrong on its new 787-9s?
Ben SandilandsFeb 23, 201723 Comments
AOPA is concerned official crash investigation might leave out safety issues arising from position of DFO shopping centre beside runway
Ben SandilandsFeb 23, 20174 Comments
Qantas has flagged a premium economy emphasis in future marketing with a seat that offers relief from the terrible things being done in ordinary Y class cabins everywhere
Ben SandilandsFeb 23, 2017
All things considered, Qantas has reported strong results in a weaker trading environment in the December half year
Ben SandilandsFeb 22, 20172 Comments
It's now likely that the re-done final investigative report into the Pel-Air crash in 2009 will be published before MH370 is found
Ben SandilandsFeb 22, 20178 Comments
The newest 'sane' paper on aspects of the MH370 mystery also underlines less than full disclosure of vital information by Malaysian authorities
Ben SandilandsFeb 22, 201711 Comments
Somewhere in the burned out debris there should be evidence of a cockpit voice recorder
Ben SandilandsFeb 21, 201721 Comments
The Essendon plane crash this morning is the fourth major disaster involving King Air 200s in Australia
Ben SandilandsFeb 18, 201724 Comments
Australian cities are expected to get some of the first 787-10 services to Singapore from next year, but will we fit into the seats?