Aviation Wrap: Emirates celebrates loyalty landmark, Tigerair re-invents digital experience + MORE!
Meanwhile, Travel Weekly’s paper plane competition is off to a bad start, after our editor used up all the spare paper to make a sailboat instead.
Aviation wrap: Emirates’ global sale, Royal Brunei Airlines’ new Brisbane flights + more
We do hope that you’re so wrapped about this week’s aviation wrap that you write a rap about it.
“Saddle class, anyone?”: are Aussie airlines considering stand-up plane seats?
by Ali Coulton
That’s right, folks. The standing plane seat is back and more terrifying than ever. We’ll be sleeping with the lights on for the next few nights, as this is the stuff of nightmares.
Domestic air travel on the rise, with one generation leading the way
The only thing on the rise in our office today is midday naps and sore heads. We may have gone too hard on the free champagne last night.
Aviation wrap: Qantas and Virgin sign MOUs with new NSW airport, Emirates goes sustainable in South Africa + more!
Welcome back, travel folk. Let’s get your heads back into gear with the latest news in the aviation industry.
Tigerair appoints new agency to lead brand strategy and creative advertising services
Tigerair is Travel Weekly’s airline of choice, mainly due to our love of the jungle animal, and partly because we’re tight.
Tigerair turns plane around mid-flight due to “written threat”
A Tigerair flight was forced to turn around mid-flight without explanation following a suspicious threat.
Get the tissues ready: Tigerair launches emotional new ad campaign
If you’re easily set off by an ad campaign featuring hugs, smiles and reunited families, proceed with caution. We’re not crying, you are!
This Aussie carrier was just named the world’s cheapest airline
Too poor for most flights? Actually, Australia is home to the world’s cheapest airline! Meaning if you can’t afford it here, you’re really screwed.
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