Ben SandilandsMar 31, 2016
Richard Branson's new PR move, a supersonic airliner called Boom, is little more than pie in the sky.
Ben SandilandsMar 8, 20168 Comments
It is very likely that Malaysia Airlines and the Malaysian government knew much more than they are saying on that fateful night in 2014.
Ben SandilandsMar 2, 2016
ID checks for every single flyer will not make us safer. But it will make us less free.
Ben SandilandsFeb 18, 2016
If MH370 was flown into the ocean during a controlled glide, it could have travelled an extra 100 kilometres or more than we previously thought.
Ben SandilandsFeb 8, 20165 Comments
Should we worry about airport security in the wake of the Somalia plane bombing?
Ben SandilandsFeb 1, 2016
No news? No worries! Just republish false information from last year.
Ben SandilandsJan 20, 2016
Will people pay more than $2000 a month for unlimited flights between Melbourne and Sydney?
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.