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Virgin Aus to land inflight Wi-Fi in 2018

Does the thought of posting a ‘mid-flight photo’ on Instagram when you’ve already landed give you anxiety? Well let this article soothe your woes.

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Channel Seven launches OTA

Channel Seven is dipping its hand into the world of travel. Although that’s not to say there was any hanky panky.

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Has Airbnb reached tipping point?

Airbnb’s popularity is waning, as is our office popularity after leaving our soy milk in the fridge for two months. We said we were trying to make tofu.

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TripAdvisor to name abusive hotels

TripAdvisor has decided to name and shame businesses accused of sexual assault via a new badge system on the website.

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Webjet execs’ bonuses more than triple

Webjet execs will definitely be bringing home the bacon from 2018 onward, or the wagyu steak by the looks of their earnings.

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TripAdvisor deletes assault warnings

by Amy Bryant

TripAdvisor is getting called out for removing traveller reviews that allege assault during hotel stays.

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Tramada add Gender X option for travellers

by Amy Bryant

Here at TW we’re all for being inclusive, that’s why we asked everyone in the office if they’d like some of our three-day old donut. They all said no.

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What does the future of travel behold?

We tried to ask it what our future holds, it came back with an error message. We’re definitely not letting ourselves read into it.

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The hottest way to add $$ to your bottom line

We tell you how to add more dollars to your bank account, without having to steal from your Nan’s purse.

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Aussie travellers aren’t using mobile tech

The lack of mobile use by Aussie travellers surprises us, considering every one the TW team are currently scrolling Instagram.

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Aussies spend $16.4bn each year on online travel purchases

by Hannah Edensor

Aussies spend over $16 billion on online travel products. Meanwhile, Travel Weekly is scrounging for change in the couch cushions.

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“There’s enough room for all players”: Expedia

by Hannah Edensor

Expedia has extended an olive branch to traditional travel agents, although it only stretched about a metre out of their office window.

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