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Will travel insurance cover checked-in electronics?

by Hannah Edensor

The question of the day is, ‘Will travel insurance be there when your checked-in laptop breaks?’ That and ‘What will we have for lunch today?’

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Alaskan flight gets own ‘Snakes on a Plane’ incident

by Hannah Edensor

We hope the pilot of the plane swaggered into the cabin and shouted, “I have had it with these motherf**kin’ snakes on this motherf**kin’ plane!” but probably not.

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Details of US electronics ban revealed

by Hannah Edensor

We heard Emirates’ boss threw his laptop at the wall in a rage following this news. Yes, that’s a totally fabricated lie.

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Big Fat Airline Wrap

by Amy Bryant

We’ve been inundated with airline news this week, although we’re not suggesting we’re buried under paper planes or anything.

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TAA peeved at Jetstar for Airbnb deal

by Hannah Edensor

We too were peeved at Jetstar recently, but it had nothing to do with Airbnb and everything to do with a lack of salted peanuts.

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Why Richard Branson is the world’s best boss

by Hannah Edensor

Our boss tried to pull off balancing on a plane wing holding Dita Von Teese, but he didn’t quite have the same pizzazz as Branson, or the actual Ms Von Teese.

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Passengers get happy with Business upgrades

by Vanessa Bussoletti

We lied about being on our honeymoon to try and score an upgrade. We think they got suspicious when we checked in alone, however.

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Virgin unveils details of Aussie route to HKG

by Amy Bryant

If you looked at today’s newsletter and thought, ‘gee there’s a lot of aviation stories today’, you’d be right. But don’t expect a medal or anything.

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Footage emerges of France Airport attack

by Hannah Edensor

Terrifying footage has emerged of a gunman on the lose in Paris’ second largest airport, moments before he was shot dead by authorities.

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US bound flights cop electronics ban

by Amy Bryant

Airlines predict more children throwing trantrums on flights, as iPads join a list of banned electronics. No word on adult tantrums, however.

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Rex halts flights after propeller fell off mid-flight

by Amy Bryant

A Rex propeller fell off the aircraft while at an altitude of 600 feet. If you’re about to board a Rex aircraft, it’s probably best you avert your eyes.

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Is this the end of First Class flying?

by Hannah Edensor

We were mortified at the thought that First Class could die out. Ok, mortified is exaggerating, given we’ve never sat there. Downcast, perhaps?

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