Six people are killed after a small plane crashed on top of a home shortly after take off in the southern Chilean city of Puerto Montt.
Boeing and the US Federal Aviation Administration say the company needs more time to complete changes to a flight-control system suspected of playing a role in recent crashes.
Crops grown near the runway at Adelaide Airport provide multiple benefits: cooling the air, helping aircraft take off, and providing extra income.
The safety regulator finds that charter company Air Frontier's efforts did not adequately mitigate the "weather-related" risks involved in a flight that crashed outside Darwin in 2017, killing its two young pilots.
The Hobart International Airport will double its annual passenger numbers within a decade under a new multi-million-dollar expansion plan, but passengers will still have to brave the Tasmanian elements to get from the plane to the terminal.
Boeing cuts production of its troubled 737 MAX airliner, underscoring the growing financial risk it faces the longer its best-selling plane remains grounded after two deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.
The anti-stall system at the centre of a probe into the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX jetliner in Indonesia five months ago was also at play when the same aircraft model crashed in Ethiopia earlier this month, according to people close to the matter.
The family of a passenger who died in the Ethiopian Airlines crash has filed a lawsuit against Boeing, raising the chances that other victims' families will be able to sue in US courts, where payouts are much larger than in other countries.
Thousands of passengers on both sides of the Atlantic are left stranded after Iceland's WOW airline suddenly declares bankruptcy, the latest of several budget carriers to recently collapse.
Boeing takes its most aggressive moves yet to defend its core 737 airliner franchise, developing software fixes to prevent failures of an automated flight control system scrutinised after two deadly crashes in the past five months.