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Look up in the Sky – It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, NO it’s a Flying Taxi!

Melburnians could be able to book a ‘flying taxi’ via an Uber-style app in just five years’ time. Embraer has signed a landmark agreement to...

Rottnest Island Western Australia – Home of the amazing Quokka

Rottnest Island in Western Australia is located just 19 kilometres off the coast of Perth. Rottnest Island’s tranquil setting will make you feel worlds away...

Rottnest Island: The Most Beautiful Island You’ve Never Heard Of

Rottnest Island is a beautiful Island you’ve probably never heard of. It is a small and sparsely populated island off the coast of Western Australia....

Remote Flying in Australia – A Pilot’s Perspective

Remote flying in Australia – what is it like? What is it like to have a job that involves taking charge of groups of people...

Australia’s Remote Airstrips: Lifeline in a Vast Land

Remote Airstrips – Lifeline for a Vast Land Australia’s remote airstrips are a lifeline for small communities. Australia is a vast, sparsely populated country. With...

Learning to Fly in Australia

Learning to fly in Australia is easier and cheaper than you might think, recreational pilots say Learning to fly in Australia is cheaper than you...

AI in Aviation

AI in aviation – is that possible? In the past couple of decades, artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged from academia into the mainstream. It is...

Aircraft with no Pilot?

Aircraft with no pilot? Is the flying public ready to embrace such new technology? The general public tends to be comfortable with a certain amount...

Gender quotas are wrong, says first woman airline pilot

Gender quotas are wrong says Australia’s first woman airline pilot, Deborah Lawrie. She believes gender quotas are discriminatory and devalue the achievements of those who...

Faceplant in Tasmanian Wilderness

Faceplant in the Tasmanian Wilderness from Ariel Aviation It’s not a lot of fun standing in the middle of the Tasmanian Wilderness surrounded by pieces...