Ben SandilandsJan 11, 2016
It's one of the oldest conspiracy theories surrounding the disappearance of MH370 -- and one of the most persistent.
Ben SandilandsDec 8, 20151 Comment
The lunar exploration is a real space epic that is quite possibly beyond the comprehension of those who see the world through small hand-held devices obsessed with gastro-narcissism and a fairy floss diet of manipulative social media feeds.
Ben SandilandsDec 7, 20151 Comment
Do you go full-service or low-cost carrier? Both have drawbacks. But there might yet be a way to score a reasonable fare for summer travel.
Ben SandilandsNov 26, 2015
How Qantas is trying to carve itself a piece of the health insurance pie.
Ben SandilandsNov 18, 2015
Crikey's aviation reporter recalls a schoolyard in 1959 when the first Qantas 707 appeared in the sky -- such a sight it was that it ended a fight, mid-punch.
Ben SandilandsNov 10, 20153 Comments
You just have to be the right kind of person ...
Ben SandilandsNov 5, 2015
If it was a bomb that brought down the Russian Metrojet flight over the Sinai Peninsula, hwat does that mean for our own airport security?
Ben SandilandsNov 4, 2015
Was the Russian Metrojet plane brought down by a missile? And if so, should its operator have known better than to fly that route?
Ben SandilandsNov 2, 2015
Last November, airlines were issued with a warning about the possibility of missile attacks over the Sinai peninsula, the site of the fatal crash of Metrojet flight 9268 at the weekend.
Ben SandilandsOct 30, 2015
The suggestion that Australia and New Zealand should trial passport less travel using cloud stored biometrics (once we actually master the pathetic state of the current technology) is incredibly dumb.