Canada mounts tourism mountain in Oz, and wants a bit of the US on the side
What happened when a passenger falsely claimed to have a bomb on board
That much reported tail strike incident involving a SingaporeAir jet at MEL turns out to have been a case of exemplary piloting when things didn't go as planned
Don't expect the new airline lobby to bust airport parking rip-offs, but they may force runway and airspace upgrades
This looks like a case of everyone doing the right thing
Australia's safety investigator exhaustively concludes that airlines need to keep a sharp lookout while reversing their jets. Really? Yes.
*Updated with YouTube link ABC News, and possibly the commercial networks, will tonight air an inflight passenger video of a set of near collisions involving two Qantas 737s and an Emirates 777 at Melbourne Airport last July.
While frost is relatively common over many Australian airports, delays caused by aircraft icing like those being reported from Melbourne Airport this morning are rare.
Less than a week after the ATSB pinged Qantas for a seriously too low A330 approach to Melbourne Airport it has called out Virgin Australia for flying much too low to the same airport in a Boeing 777.
To take the contest to Emirates and Qantas from any major city Etihad needs at least a double daily service in its own right, and will double its Melbourne frequency to two 777-300ERs from 1 August.