Video shows snake on a plane, diverting AirAsia flight
A snake spotted on a plane would have us all wondering… where’s Samuel L. Jackson when you need him?
AirAsia transforms into ‘digital lifestyle platform’ with new ‘super app’
What is a ‘super app’, you may ask? We’ll let you know once we’re finished Googling ‘digital lifestyle platform’. Or, you can just read the article.
AirAsia’s record label just released its first hit single
While airlines around the world continue to feel the effects of COVID-19, AirAsia is celebrating the success of a surprising pivot.
Aviation Wrap: Rex expands across WA, Delta extends middle-seat blocks + MORE
Proving we don’t just favour news from Australian carriers, this week’s Aviation Wrap has plenty of updates from airlines all over the globe.
Aviation Wrap: Virgin Australia changes mask advice, Alliance expands fleet + MORE
Travel Weekly’s reporter attempted to match his espresso intake with the number of stories in this wrap. He’ll be opting for decaf next time around.
Aviation Wrap: Air NZ shrinks exec team, Etihad’s new Sydney-London route + MORE
This week’s Aviation Wrap is a bit like that Two-Face character from Batman comics and movies, in that it’s got both good and bad sides to it.
Designer shows off AirAsia’s new hazmat-style uniform for cabin crew
One of the airline’s most senior executives described the new uniform as “chic and sporty”, and believes its “fusion of fashion and safety” will define new standards of flying.
AirAsia bosses step down amid Airbus bribery scandal
Looking for a juicy read involving airline execs, Airbus and bribery allegations? Well, consider yourself well and truly juiced with this.
Aviation Wrap: Air Canada’s new seasonal services, Singapore Airlines gets new route, Air New Zealand Nelson lounge opens + MORE!
Please stow your tray table and be sure your seat is in an upright position as we prepare to bombard you with all the latest updates, sales and general tat from direct from the aviation industry.
Airline launches record label as it eyes entry to events industry
You’ve gotta hand it to the team at AirAsia. They sure know how to diversify their product line-up.
This airline just launched its very own restaurant (serving inflight meals)
Yes, you read right. One airline has decided to play the restaurant game with its inflight cuisine, thankfully sans any surly cabin crew.
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