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Latest news: Aviation industry

‘Shocked’ Qatar bosses lash Australian government flights call

Australians could benefit from cheaper airfares before Christmas if the government rethinks its decision to reject Qatar Airways' bid for extra flights.

Bonza takes to the sky with first Australian flight

It's wheels up for Australia's newest airline as Bonza hopes to fill an aviation niche by offering low-cost flights on under-serviced routes.

Qantas, Airbus to accelerate Australia’s aviation biofuel industry

Qantas and Airbus will invest close to $300 million to accelerate Australia's sustainable aviation fuel industry.

Bonza: Australia to get new domestic airline in 2022

Australia will get a new domestic airline from early next year when Bonza expects to take to the skies, taking advantage of an expected boom in air travel in a post-pandemic world.

Bringing life to a higher plane: Air travel to resume by end of year?

The nine-week ACT lockdown has grounded many travel plans – but Canberra Airport says life will be on the up again by the end of the year.

Plea for aviation plan to avoid airport shutdown

The Canberra Airport is looking at a potential nine-month shutdown if a risk managed domestic aviation plan for is not in place by 1 October this year.

Ballina-Byron to Canberra flights extended

In rare positive news for the local aviation industry, the Canberra Airport has announced an extension of the flight service between Ballina-Byron Bay and Canberra for a further eight weeks.

Domestic aviation in ‘state of disaster’ says Canberra Airport

The Canberra Airport is urging National Cabinet to implement a contingency plan within the domestic aviation industry, to address its current “state of disaster”.

Canberra Airport pleads ‘open the state borders’

Canberra Airport is pleading with state governments to open their borders, following Qantas today, 25 June, detailing further cuts to the aviation industry.