cebu pacific

Aviation

Aviation wrap: Cebu’s 48-hour sale, American Airlines’ Premium Economy boost + MORE

This aviation wrap is full of sales, new products and even a couple of big milestones. Call it a fruit salad, if you will.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Big Fat Airline Wrap

by Kate Webster

New rules for children travelling into Botswana, additional services across the ditch, new Malaysia Airlines head and more.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Big Fat Airline Wrap

by Kate Webster

New routes, duty free partnerships, added planes and more in the airline wrap this week.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Baby on board … mid-flight birth on Cebu Pacific

by Kate Webster

The airline awarded Baby Haven one million GetGo points, which she can use to fly with for free.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Big Fat Airline Wrap

by Kate Webster

Become an Emirates pilot, jet off to the Philippines and more in the airline wrap.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Big Fat Airline Wrap

by Kate Webster

In a galaxy far far away emerges some pretty awesome looking planes.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Big Fat Airline Wrap

by Kate Webster

Which airline has nabbed a hunky sportsman as their ambassador? We give you a hint… it rhymes with plane!

Share

CommentComments

Big Fat Airline Wrap

by Kate Webster

Cebu Pacific celebrates with a sale, South African Airways has an amazing business class deal and Solomon Airlines welcomes back the Megapode.

Share

CommentComments

Big Fat Airline Wrap

by Kate Webster

From sale fares to new planes, this week’s airline wrap really has it all.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

BIG FAT AIRLINE WRAP

by Kate Webster

Virgin resumes flights, a massive Tigerair sale and lie-flat seating for Hawaiian Airlines.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Value Alliance world’s first pan-regional LCC alliance

by Kate Webster

Low Cost Carriers announced the formation of the world’s largest LCC alliance – the Value Alliance.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Melbourne next for Cebu as Sydney route thrives

The low cost carrier has Australia on its mind – what’s next?

Share

CommentComments