Ben Sandilands August 16, 2017 14 Comments
It loses huge sums of money, has an inability to deal with rogue drivers, but now wants to introduced flying ride services to Sydney or Melbourne. Does Uber think we are that stupid?
Ben Sandilands August 2, 2017 20 Comments
Do bigger passengers in smaller seats reduce air safety in an emergency evacuation?
Ben Sandilands June 26, 2017 55 Comments
There are some deeply troubling questions to ask about this latest AirAsia X incident in Australian skies
Ben Sandilands May 19, 2017 12 Comments
The lucky country may just fly under the radar of politically driven terrorism hysterics once more
Ben Sandilands May 12, 2017 6 Comments
Would a universal cabin ban on your laptop or tablet on flights to the US change your decision to fly?
Ben Sandilands March 20, 2017 85 Comments
A SAAB 340 similar to the REX plane did lose a propeller in similar circumstances 26 years ago
Ben Sandilands February 22, 2017 2 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 Sandilands February 22, 2017 11 Comments
Somewhere in the burned out debris there should be evidence of a cockpit voice recorder
Ben Sandilands January 26, 2017 5 Comments
Details of the rogue pilot police operation reflect very poorly on air safety regulator CASA
Ben Sandilands January 25, 2017 3 Comments
A lower court case in Queensland has heard gravely serious allegations made against a bush pilot following a major police operation
Ben Sandilands October 15, 2016 10 Comments
Gradually, but at a civilised pace, urgency over the lethal potential of the Samsung device is creeping up on Australia's air safety regulator
Ben Sandilands October 14, 2016 26 Comments
How the ATSB expunges the shame of its original and highly unprofessional inquiry into the Pel-Air ditching remains to be seen
Ben Sandilands August 25, 2016 12 Comments
If Australia wants to retain its international safety level at top rating, the Government will need to act promptly to remedy issues in CASA
Ben Sandilands August 13, 2016 4 Comments
A skills crisis waits in ambush for air travel, and importing skilled workers isn't going to be the answer it is in some places today
Ben Sandilands July 29, 2016 12 Comments
The ATSB is there to make flying safer in Australia, not to bury or avoid matters that may embarrass the airlines and their regulator and air traffic services provider
Ben Sandilands May 14, 2016 7 Comments
The ATSB says a 'serious incident' is one that could end in a crash, and Jetstar has just had another one
Ben Sandilands May 6, 2016 9 Comments
These are desperate people, crushed by excessive regulatory and compliance costs that seem unique to Australia and devised by a bureaucracy that the industry argues keeps inventing news ways to drive them broke faster.
Ben Sandilands April 18, 2016 3 Comments
Can the idiot factor cause a small drone to kill a few hundred airline passengers?