Turkish and Gulf airlines are touting free Wi-Fi and better in-flight connectivity for smart phones as they scramble to mitigate the impact of a ban on laptops on board planes bound for the United States.
Virgin Australia's second-in-command has joined the competition watchdog's criticism of Australia's privatised airports.
Australian domestic airfares have hit a five-year high, government data shows, as airlines draw a line under a price and capacity war.
The incident comes less than a week after a propeller detached from a Rex plane on the Albury-Sydney route, about 18 kilometres from Sydney Airport.
The world's largest international carrier is in damage control mode after the new laptop ban on flights to the US and the UK, which analysts said could "alter global traffic flows".
Emirates has responded to the US Government's ban on laptops and other large electronics with a fun ad reassuring passengers that there are plenty entertainment options available without the need for a laptop.
The US and UK have implemented bans on electronic devices larger than phones being brought on board for travellers flying via several Middle Eastern airports.
A 100-kilogram propeller that fell off a plane over south-western Sydney has been winched out of bushland as investigators attempt to piece together what went wrong on the Rex Airlines flight.
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Virgin Australia has confirmed Melbourne will be its Australian destination for a new service to Hong Kong starting mid-year.
Canberra Airport and the federal government stuck in a tense stand-off.
A Singapore Airlines approach to Canberra Airport is the subject of an ATSB investigation.
Brisbane-based Qantas engineers have spent the best part of the past month installing sensitive atmospheric monitoring sensors on a Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 in a bid to fill a major gap in global climate research.
An influx of international competitors and softness in the domestic market has sent Qantas' profit down 7.5 per cent in the first half of the financial year.
Melbourne Airport will help accommodate air traffic unable to land at Essendon Airport, which will remain closed while an investigation into Tuesday's fatal crash takes place.
The Turnbull government is under pressure to allow foreign airlines to operate as many flights as they want to the planned new Western Sydney Airport in order to boost its commercial viability.
Virgin Australia has unveiled plans to fly direct to Hong Kong and mainland China and to codeshare with three Chinese carriers on international and domestic flights,
Australia's largest airport argues the government-imposed restrictions on flights are two decades old and detrimental to the state's tourism industry.
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A brain surgeon whose finger was jammed in a plane's fold-out tray table during a journey from Brisbane to the United Kingdom is suing over his physical and psychological injuries.
Pressure is mounting on Australian airlines to make fresh cuts to capacity after Virgin Australia's softer than expected second quarter left investors worrying about the state of the aviation market.
Budget airline Tigerair has permanently cancelled its flights between Australia and Bali, effective immediately, due to approval "issues" with Indonesian authorities, throwing the plans of hundreds of holidaymakers into disarray.
Virgin Australia posted a 37 per cent fall in second-quarter underlying earnings before taxes as tough conditions persisted in the domestic aviation market.
In two days, President Donald Trump's travel ban wiped out $US4.9 billion in market value for the United States' biggest airlines.
Qantas will scrap some code-sharing and loyalty points deal with the giant US carrier to gain attitude for a bigger plan.
Airlines will add more international routes between major and second-tier cities using smaller aircraft, as fuel efficiency continues to redefine long-haul aviation, the head of the behind Boeing's 787 Dreamliner team says
Qantas has recommenced daily flights from Sydney to Beijing, eight years after scrapping the route because of the global financial crisis, as the airline seeks to lift its share of the lucrative Chinese travel market.
Australia's most exclusive club, the Qantas Chairman's Lounge, doesn't accept applications for membership, doesn't charge a fee and its entrance doesn't have a sign. It's been around almost 30 years but many haven't even heard its name.
NBN Co believes its network build will be halfway complete by the end of this financial year, as its roll out moves into metropolitan areas.
Sydney Airport Corporation, the owner of the city's airport at Mascot, is unlikely to participate in the construction or running of the new airport at Badgerys Creek, a global ratings agency says.
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