Ben Sandilands September 15, 2017 1 Comment
What will we learn about Saturn from Cassini's doomed mission?
Ben Sandilands August 17, 2017 3 Comments
Will the need for a resumed MH370 search receive attention from an Australian government in crisis, even with long awaited new information on satellite imagery and drift analyses?
Ben Sandilands August 8, 2017 8 Comments
The Osprey would never meet any of the civilian safety and certification standards of an aircraft anywhere in the world. That doesn't mean we should ban it from flying over Australia.
Ben Sandilands July 14, 2017 22 Comments
Politicians like to huff and puff about Russian involvement in the downing of MH17, but it is Malaysia Airlines that should be held responsible.
Ben Sandilands June 30, 2017 1 Comment
The original bans, enacted late in March, claimed there was an imminent risk of micro amounts of explosive material being carried on board flights in the likes of iPhones and popular tablets.
Ben Sandilands June 26, 2017 11 Comments
Did the AirAsia X plane really land as quickly as it could once it discovered it had engine trouble?
Ben Sandilands May 24, 2017
Press gallery journalists will be singing Airbus' praises if the company pulls this off.
Ben Sandilands May 19, 2017
Reports suggest Trump's anti-terrorism stance on passenger personal devices to US-bound flights may change.
Ben Sandilands May 10, 2017 2 Comments
The man behind the Wellcamp Airport says Badgerys Creek could be open after three years of hard but determined work, and for a fraction of the money.
Ben Sandilands April 10, 2017 2 Comments
"Joe", a might-be cosmic killer, is going to visit Earth's neighborhood next week.