The latest industry news for the aviation and aerospace sectors.
04 Feb 2016
While study papers like one release this week by the Transport & Logistics Industry Skills Council are necessary to bring attention to the shortcomings and deficiencies in this sector I can't help but have niggling doubts that this might just end up another talkfest paper.
I do like the new Qantas safety video. No doubt the inspiration for such an innovative safety tool has come from Air New Zealand’s long history of imaginative videos, but Qantas has taken it to another level.
Emirates has been ranked the world’s most valuable airline brand in the 2016 Brand Finance Global 500 report for the fifth year in a row.
Virgin Australia has lifted its preliminary tax-paid December 31 half year profit to $62.5m, up from a $47.8m loss in the previous corresponding period on the back of higher domestic revenue and improvements in the international business.
03 Feb 2016
An Aviation Workforce Skills Study, circulated this week among industry participants, reiterates many of the issues that have been bubbling away in the aviation sector for some time, but with a renewed sense of urgency.
02 Feb 2016
New South Wales helicopter rescue airman, Lou Kambanaros is to be stripped of his grand prize in an international competition for the best helicopter photo.
28 Jan 2016
Virgin Australia today suspended flights to Vanuatu's capital, Port Vila because of the degraded condition of the runway.
The aviation sector churns out a flurry of information that fills the inbox daily, but every now and then some information crosses the desk that has such thought provoking statistics it just has to be shared.
Air New Zealand is the first carrier to take advantage of night flights into Queenstown this winter, subject to regulatory approval, but at this point the service will only be a domestic one out of Auckland.
IATA is warning of a softening of the travel market this year, with the latest figures from last year still showing growth but in smaller numbers.
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