Top News on Adelaide

  • Australia to buy MQ-4C Triton

    The Australian government has announced its intention to acquire the Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton unmanned surveillance system, becoming the first foreign customer for the maritime variant of the Global Hawk.

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  • Australian government to review business jet curfew exemptions

    Australia’s government will start consultations to review the list of business jets that are allowed to operate during...

  • IN FOCUS: Surging growth propels Australian rotorcraft sector

    Australia's helicopter sector is growing faster than any other in the country's aviation industry, states its Civil...

  • Flight Training Adelaide orders Diamond DA40CS

    Australian flight school Flight Training Adelaide could purchase up to 26 Diamond DA40 CS light aircraft, with four...

  • News Listings for Adelaide

  • QantasLink faces Q300 surplus after network rejig

    News | 25 Nov 2014 08:29 | Ellis Taylor

    QantasLink could withdraw four aircraft from its fleet following a review of its network, which will see changes to its turboprop bases in 2015.
  • Virgin Australia to launch new Alice Springs route

    News | 19 Nov 2014 03:04

    ​Virgin Australia has announced that it will launch flights between Adelaide and Alice Springs next year.
  • Adelaide airport earnings up 9%

    News | 18 Nov 2014 01:55 | Ellis Taylor

    Adelaide airport’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) for the 2013/14 financial year rose by 9.1% to A$112 million on the back of strong passenger growth.
  • ​Workload, mode confusion caused Qantas 737 altitude incident

    News | 29 Oct 2014 02:32 | Greg Waldron

    Qantas Airways changed its approach procedures after a 2012 incident in which one of its Boeing 737-800s dipped below the 7,000ft clearance altitude on approach to Canberra airport.
  • ​Cobham wins A$640 million Australian SAR deal

    News | 24 Oct 2014 02:29 | Greg Waldron

    Cobham has won a A$640 million ($559 million) contract to provide search and rescue (SAR) services to the Australian government between 2016 and 2028.
  • ANALYSIS: Capacity glut leaves carriers with Bali belly

    News | 08 Oct 2014 06:37 | Ellis Taylor

    Excess capacity on routes between Australia and the Indonesian holiday island of Bali has left some carriers a feeling a little ill, especially as the market slows.