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Hairline cracks found in three Boeing 737 NGs, Qantas confirms

by Christian Fleetwood

More cracks have emerged on Qantas’ fleet. Find out what the airline had to say about them here.

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Rex admits reputation “will not be completely repaired” as it seeks punishment for media

by Huntley Mitchell

After having its name dragged through the tabloids, it appears the regional airline is pissed off and seeking revenge against those responsible.

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Qantas to inspect Airbus A380s for “fine” wing cracks

by Christian Fleetwood

Qantas will take a peek at the rear spars of its big-mumma jets after an international AD was issued over “fine” cracks being found in the wings.

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CASA review finds no issues with Rex’s safety practices

by Christian Fleetwood

Rex has been given the all-clear following a safety audit. The regional airline, that is – not the ex-AFL player/media personality/fisherman with the last name Hunt.

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Aviation

Aussie airline slams “baseless accusations” about its safety culture and bullying of employees

by Huntley Mitchell

A local airline has hit back at claims it committed serious safety breaches and intimidated employees into keeping quiet about major defects of its aircraft.

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Aviation

Major Aussie airports to trial drone-monitoring technology

by Huntley Mitchell

Were you hoping to test out the new drone you got for Christmas by taking it for a spin over your local airport? Well, you may want to think again after reading this.

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Aviation

The real reason to call crew if your phone falls between plane seats

We were shocked when we learnt the real reason we’re not supposed to pick up dropped phones on planes. Although we had just stuck our finger in a powerpoint.

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Aviation

Twin probes for Jetstar loading errors

by AAP

Two “serious incidents” are being investigated by Australia’s air safety watchdogs.

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Aviation

Premature ejection of “Rule of two”

by Daisy Melwani

A pilots association has questioned the effectiveness of the new “rule of two” airline policy.

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Govt falls flat on high-flying promises

The federal government has failed to deliver on more than half of its aviation commitments, according to the Australian Aviation […]

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