We’d like to welcome you to INQ, Crikey’s ambitious new inquiry journalism initiative. Starting June 24, INQ investigative reporting — lifting the rocks, connecting the dots, following the money trail and exposing misuse of power — will appear regularly in Crikey.
We look forward to sharing this exciting new phase with you.
Tamsin Creed, Publisher
There is an urgent need for a better airport experience for Australia-New Zealand flyers. Has the TTF nailed it?
With friends like the US Department of Commerce, does Boeing have a worse enemy in terms of a trade war fought over subsidies?
It might look ungainly, but this could prove the smoothest way to shave costs and emissions in future jets
A reminder from Boeing Australia that it is the best connected and most powerful entity the Australian Space Agency will work with
What goes on, up there.
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After a long forgotten launch half a century ago this Australian space age looks like becoming a durable feast
Some idle thoughts about the southern spring equinox
Keep an eye on your airline's Bali updates today, before going to the airport
With 18 fewer seats this Qantas 787 could feel as good inside as it looks from the outside
Airbus sees potential to 'complete' its largest twin engined jet the A350 in the just opened A330 plant in Tianjin
At least one major enterprise in Queensland isn't buying any of the nonsense about 'clean coal' for its low emission power needs
In a perfect world, everyone would fly in jets that never deviated from a so called great circle routing
Massive, languid and seemingly unperturbed, Saturn is about to get a rocket from Earth
Can airlines and aviation professionals sort out potentially deadly cabin fume events? An ambitious conference is about to try and prevent a future disaster
Certainty in component quality and a potential drop in costs drive more complex uses of 3D printing in jet making
A US court case concerning 'secret' safety issues in current airliners gives rise to a strong if alarming response from Boeing
The backside friendly A380 continues to grow the Emirates presence in Australia
Emirates gives fair warning that rapid expansion is part of a glorious past
United's non-stops between Sydney and Houston may actually be about Air NZ's ambitions to do Auckland-New York City