“Politicians do not have all the right answers,” he argues. “We need to fight for our real business interests and not be shy to lock horns with governments.”
Cyber hardening, environmental sustainability, and development speed and cost are “grand challenges” facing the industry, a new study finds.
Flight hours alone shown to be poor measure of a pilot’s abilities.
While commercial airlines, in general, are facing a pilot shortage worldwide, the situation varies greatly across regions.
Equal representation is more than a goal: for the vitality and innovation of the industry, it's essential.
Qantas completes the first trial flight of its proposed “Project Sunrise” ultra-long-haul services, but is yet to decide to officially launch such routes.
We must question the norms we have become accustomed to and ultimately refine our individual behavior to spring back to a collectively sustainable state.
The AC312E is close to certification, AC332 detail design is almost done, and the AHL should soon be submitted for launch approval.
The big move from Ataturk, which is highly congested, is now envisioned for Dec. 30-31.
Orkney is already famous for the shortest scheduled commercial flights, but could it now pave the way for a revolution in electric aviation?