Richard Green’s EC135 VH-GKK

Australian Photographer Richard Green killed in helicopter crash

SYDNEY – Renowned Australian landscape and nature photographer Richard Green was killed hen Green’s Airbus Helicopters EC135, VH-GKK,  crashed in mountainous terrain His wife Carolyn and friend John Davis were also killed while the trio... Read more »

Australia, Philippines sign new air agreement

Australia has agreed to expand the number of seats available to Philippine carriers under a new air services agreement between the two countries. The new arrangements, which were struck during talks between the... Read more »

Aviation jobs in demand in Australia: survey

Almost half of all Australians are keen to take to the skies through a career in aviation, with jobs at Virgin Australia and Qantas among the most sought after, a survey says.... Read more »

Australia introduces two people in cockpit rule after Germanwings crash

MELBOURNE (Australia) – The Australian government has introduced a new aviation rule on Monday that requires its airlines to have two crew members in the cockpit at all times as a safety... Read more »

Is Aviation industry swiftly approaching the post-pilot era?

Pilotless aircraft aren’t a distant sci-fi concept nor the wishful dreams of big airlines as Aviation experts envision an end to the era of pilots – at least pilots in cockpits By Parl... Read more »

Australian Air Force Cadets receives newest glider at Avalon

Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) have officially received the newest glider for its training programs. The presentation took place at the Avalon Airshow, when Darren Chester, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for... Read more »