Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has joined European, Chinese and other international regulators by temporarily suspending the operation of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to or from Australia.
"No one knows fatigue like pilots - they live and work it every single day of their lives and we're best placed to inform the regulator on the actual effects oflong-range flying," Mr Sedgwick said. Read more from The Australian's Robyn Ironside.
22 February 2019 | Author: Robyn Ironside, Aviation Writer
Qantas Airways says higher fuel costs helped to drive down its half-year net profit by 16 per cent, but it would return $500 million to shareholders via an increased dividend and new share buyback program.
21 February 2019 | Author: David Winning @ The Australian Business Review