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Airbus employs biomimicry in latest eco-conscious concept aircraft

by Christian Fleetwood

Airbus has taken a leaf – a feather even – out of nature’s playbook by putting forward an ambitious eco-conscious concept aircraft for the future of air travel.

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Aviation

Airline apologises after Tweeting which seats are least likely to survive a crash

It’s something we’ve all thought about while mid-air, but do we really want to know which seats are most likely to survive a plane crash? Well, thanks to this airline, we now have an answer.

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Aviation

Airline encourages passengers not to fly

by Christian Fleetwood

With Travel DAZE just around the corner, tackling sustainability in all forms this year, ‘Go green or go home’ is the call coming from an international airline.

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Aviation

Big fat airline wrap

There’s only one thing we read on Tuesdays, and that’s this fab airline wrap. Well, that and scanning our bank account to double-check how much we’ve spent on coffee this week.

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Tourism

The best travel marketing campaigns ever

by Heather Mollins

You’ll be transported to an idyllic Balinese beach after reading this, all minus the dog meat and Bali belly.

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Aviation

Air France and KLM latest carriers to release new economy fare options

The European carriers are catching on to release new economy products to better suit market demand.

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Aviation

Air France-KLM ‘must expand’

by RAW

Air France-KLM is no longer at risk financially but the Franco-Dutch carrier needs to become one of the world’s airline giants again to avoid decline, says its outgoing chief executive.

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Aviation

Paris attacks cost Air France-KLM $75m

by AFP

The November 13 attacks in Paris had an impact of 50 million euros ($A74.6 million) on last month’s revenues, Air France-KLM says.

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Aviation

Alitalia plans break up

by Daisy Melwani

No tears are being shed at Alitalia after its ceo decided to plan a major break up saying some partnerships are no longer beneficial for the airline.

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Aviation

Open skies tensions boil over

by Daisy Melwani

British Airways parent, IAG, has left the European Airline Trade Group after a policy spat over how to deal with burgeoning Middle East carriers’ growth.

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Aviation

Strike hits Air France-KLM 2014 profits

by AFP

A 14-day strike by Air France pilots had a devastating effect on the airline’s annual figures.

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Etihad signs codeshare with Air France-KLM

Etihad Airways has further reinforced the importance of strategic commercial partnerships for its growth with the striking of a new […]

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