The veteran journalist's career spanned more than half a century.
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.
A new runway in Antarctica, and a go-ahead for a second Sydney airport. Qantas will sort itself out, but air travel will get more costly and unpleasant this year. Ben Sandilands gets out the crystal ball ...
Qantas lurches from one apparent crisis to another. But investors aren't particularly concerned. Is Alan Joyce just the CEO who keeps crying wolf? Our business editor examines the case.
Virgin Australia's Sabre booking system was only down for two hours yesterday, but it ground the entire network to a halt. Ben Sandilands explains why the system should be junked.
It's not flashy or revolutionary, but a light rail link is the best way to connect the Avalon Airport to Melbourne, writes Ben Sandilands.
Air Austral looks set to abandon plans for large-capacity planes flying between France and Noumea. The airline's idea was ahead of its time, writes Ben Sandilands.
A French industrial clothing company is working on wi-fi and bluetooth-enabled uniforms for Airbus staff. Ben Sandilands asks if these hyper-connected outfits could find new uses among civilians.
The ACCC has raised concerns about Virgin's possible move to buy up Tiger. Ben Sandilands looks at who is competing against whom in Australian aviation.