Despite a record profit on domestic routes, higher fuel costs on long-haul flights dragged down profitability at Qantas.
Former Bestjet employees claim the failed online travel portal's offices were dysfunctional, saying they took their phone headsets to the toilet and that refunds owed to customers were deliberately "stalled".
Hundreds of passengers throughout Europe are stranded by the abrupt collapse of the British regional airline Flybmi, which cited higher fuel costs and Brexit uncertainty for the closure.
The international youth travel company pulls the pin on Alice Springs as several other tour operators also threaten to cut their stays in the Central Australian town.
European aviation giant Airbus says it will stop making its superjumbo A380 in 2021 for lack of customers, abandoning the world's biggest passenger jet.
A suite of safety reforms to community service flights is being announced by CASA today in response to two fatal Angel Flight crashes in 2011 and 2017.
Qantas ordered 20 A380 superjumbo jets from Airbus way back in 2006, but decides to stick with a fleet of 12, as the manufacturer mulls suspending production of the double-decker, 544-seat plane earlier than planned.
Salvage crews working on the wreckage of the light plane which went down in the English Channel with professional footballer Emilano Sala on board say they have recovered a body.
WA Police are preparing a report for the coroner after a small aircraft crashed off shore near the popular holiday spot of Busselton, about two hours south of Perth.
There are legitimate reasons why you're paying nearly $20 an hour to park at some airports, says a new report. But one former ACCC chairman has labelled the findings "superficial nonsense".