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We’re ready to embrace eVTOLs, says CASA CEO

Pip Spence, the CEO of CASA, talks to the sector after the Rotortech conference on why she wants the organisation to keep up with,...

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Mastering The Go Around

In the last issue of Australian Aviation, Aero Circus examined some of the failings of flight training. This time they continue on that theme,...


Two new glider models, a radial engine Kitfox and a classic 1965 Australian designed ag aircraft are all included in this issue’s New Allocations THE...

Profile: P-8A Poseidon

The Boeing-built P-8A Poseidon is the multi-mission maritime patrol aircraft, excelling at anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, and search and rescue....

Profile: E-7A Wedgetail

Like the Poseidon, the RAAF’s E-7A Wedgetail is a heavily modified military derivative of Boeing’s 737 aircraft, which boasts Northrop Grumman’s Multi-Role Electronically Scanned...

Audio: Meeting the RAAF’s balloon pilot

Squadron Leader Samuel Wright is the RAAF’s only permanent Air Force balloon pilot. In this special podcast episode, Wright answers all the questions you were too scared...

Audio: Aerobatic pilot Paul Bennet talks to Australian Aviation

Aerobatic display pilot Paul Bennet has become something of an Australian aviation institution and now performs at around 20 shows a year. He flies his...
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THORChain Is Hammering the Rest of the Market

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The EU Rejects a ‘Bitcoin Ban’

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The Crew 2 Is Getting 60fps Support on PS5, Five Years After Release

Keep rollin', rollin'.

Love it or loathe it, Ubisoft does right by its games. The French publisher almost always offers unprecedented support for its software, and The Crew 2 is no exception. Now nearing its fifth (!!!) anniversary, the open world racer is getting an entire year of additional support, which will span three unique seasons of content, including both free and premium content.

But that’s not all: developer Ivory Tower is finally in the “testing phase” of 60 frames-per-second support on the PlayStation 5. This means, if you’re playing on Sony’s new-gen console via backwards compatibility, you’ll benefit from much more responsive gameplay and performance. The patch is expected to reach the finishing line in July.

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Do You Have What It Takes?

Tag Template - News Hub PROTo get that first flying job? PILOT SHORTAGE? In pre-pandemic times, it has been said that there is a pilot shortage and that if one was to believe the adverts from some flight schools – then all you need is a commercial pilot’s licence, a pulse and you will be snapped up and very soon

Before Learning To Fly

Tag Template - News Hub PRODo your homework OK, you have decided that you want to fly airplanes for a living. What should you do now? Is it even worth bothering now that so many experienced pilots are out of work?  After the COVID-19 crisis has subsided, some things may return to normal, and some may not. While most currently

The DC-4 Story Part 2

Tag Template - News Hub PRO‘During the 1960s, with increasing demand for freighters, the DC-4 fleet expanded with the purchase of five aircraft’ Entering domestic service Released from the trans-Pacific flights, ANA introduced DC‑4s onto additional longer-distance services across Australia, Adelaide-Perth on 7 January 1949, Sydney-Hobart on 15 February 1952 and Melbourne-Brisbane on 1 May 1954. In concert with TAA
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