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Qantas passenger accuses airline of “fat-shaming” after being booted from exit row seat

A Qantas passenger has accused the airline of “fat-shaming” and bullying him after being removed from an exit row seat for being too large.

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Airline crowned Australia’s most attractive employer

Travel Weekly wrongly assumed this accolade was based on looks, proving just how shallow we really are.

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Michael Slater removed from Qantas flight after heated argument onboard

Ex-Australian cricketer and current Seven Network presenter Michael Slater has been dismissed by a Qantas umpire after a heated argument onboard.

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REVEALED: The world’s best airlines and airports

by Christian Fleetwood

If there’s one thing Travel Weekly knows, it’s that this kind of story is right up the alley of you travel industry folk. You’re welcome.

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Flight attendant takes Qantas to court after slipping on wet stairs

A flight attendant is suing Qantas for more than $300,000 after slipping on wet stairs while exiting a plane.

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Qantas announces next Dreamliner route

We’ve tried to keep you guessing about Qantas’ new Dreamliner route with a slightly vague headline, which won’t work if you’ve already seen this news elsewhere.

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REVEALED: The best airline rewards program

Travel Weekly is a bit of an expert when it comes to rewards programs: that is, the ones with free sign-up and first-time subscriber discounts.

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EasyJet bans peanuts on flights, with plans to ban all nuts in the future

Travel Weekly understands that the budget carrier’s plan to ban all nuts in the future doesn’t affect male passengers.

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Qantas announces major executive team changes

There’s been a big shake-up of Qantas’ executive ranks, and here Travel Weekly has stirred and served it up to you, minus the colourful cocktail umbrella.

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Swarm of flying insects grounds flight in Tasmania

by Christian Fleetwood

Passengers leaving Hobart on board a Qantas plane had their travel plans temporarily delayed after an “insect infestation” grounded their flight.

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Qantas International CEO to exit after less than 18 months

by Huntley Mitchell

Staff at Qantas have started stocking up the office drinks fridge in preparation for Alison Webster’s leaving party, after she announced her resignation.

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Flight attendant sacked for drinking a quarter of a bottle of vodka loses Fair Work appeal

by Ali Coulton

Yet another reason why Travel Weekly staff would not make it as flight attendants, besides being too short and afraid of heights.

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