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Tamsin Creed, Publisher
Scoot has dished up its first big discount sale in Australia after swallowing the Tigerair networks in Asia
To those readers who saw Apollo 11 fly to the moon and back, happy Moon Day 48
Darwin Airline's evolution as an Etihad investment in regional European flights has turned fossil
Not everything is gloomy in the airline game, with the SingaporeAir group getting on top of the problem of excess capacity
What goes on, up there.
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All we can say of MH17 is that evil was done three years ago, to no apparent purpose at all
Somehow the ATSB has done a research report on the Mildura fog crisis of 2013 that doesn't mention the 737s didn't have to carry enough fuel to prevent it happening
Analysis by IBISWorld on the fragile benefits of lower aviation fuel prices also begs the question as to why it has been released to the free media
Why we need to get 'real' about high speed rail in Australia
Virgin pitches for China's new gold mountain, but we'd like to know more
It has taken more than three months for the US to back down on apparently fictitious claims of a micro bomb risk on selected ME carriers and routes
No doubt to the frustration of conspiracy theorists the missing signals from MH370 endorse the ATSB's most likely scenario for the jet's final moments
After all the controversy over Air France AF447 a short ATSB report about a Jetstar incident shows how good safety cultures can avoid tragedy
CONFESSION Stopping over in Fiji is addictive. You may miss your connections
Does a dive down the exit chute by Virgin's group executive John Thomas means things will be better or worse for its 'guests'?
Airlines world wide will be relieved as Trump administration signals it is giving up on cabin computer carry on bans
Melbourne has a wonderful chance to do a sensible airport rail link, if it doesn't get 'gold plated'
Is Malaysia Airlines right about the future strength of Airbus A380s in high volume air transport?
There are some deeply troubling questions to ask about this latest AirAsia X incident in Australian skies