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Big Fat Airline Wrap

To be honest, we’re surprised we can form full sentences after last night’s incredible Women in Travel Awards. Please excuse the multitude of spelling errors in this.

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Big Fat Airline Wrap

Is the fish fiasco on Family Food Fight the talk of the office today? Manoeuvre the chat to something less dull with this.

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Should Aussie airlines be offering child-free zones on planes?

by Stephanie Yip - Travel Expert at finder.com.au

Do you tell people you love kids, only to curse at the first baby’s scream on a long-haul flight? You’ll resonate with this.

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Second plane grounded over bird strike

by Hannah Edensor

Aussie skies starting to resemble the set of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ film, as another plane makes an emergency landing.

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AirAsia flight diverted after “birdstrike”

by Hannah Edensor

Passengers were stuck in Brisbane after their flight made an emergency landing. Frankly, we feel more sorry for the birds stuck in the engine.

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‘Xcite n chill’ at thirty thousand feet!

by Sophie Harrison

Exciting debut for AirAsia X with new devices and retail options to make low cost flying a little better!

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Pho Shizzle! Jetstar breaks monopoly to offer direct flights to Vietnam

by Daisy Melwani

Aussies will soon discover what authentic Vietnamese food is actually meant to taste like, but probably not on the flights with this budget-carrier when the best they muster is 2-minute noodles.

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Trade grows in importance for AirAsia X

by Anne Majumdar

The Australian travel trade is becoming an increasingly important sales channel for Kuala Lumpur-based low cost carrier AirAsia X.

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AirAsia X looks up as Gold Coast-Auckland takes off

by Anne Majumdar

After a couple of rough years, the launch of OOL-AKL is a sign of the airline’s commitment to developing flight connectivity in the region, CEO Benyamin Ismail tells Travel Weekly.

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AirAsia X launches Gold Coast-Auckland route

by Anne Majumdar

The low cost carrier has confirmed it will operate a new service from the Gold Coast to Auckland from March 22, with tickets to go on sale tomorrow.

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The Big Fat Agent Wrap

by Hannah Edensor

TGIF! It’s time for your agent wrap up and a beer or two!

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Skroo wins X factor with new AirAsia deal

by Daisy Melwani

Flight Centre and AirAsia Group have forged a key supplier agreement, which includes creating new and unique products exclusive to the agency group.

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