Qantas and Airbus unite for sustainable fuel pledge
Travel Weekly’s sustainable fuel pledge just involves us walking to the sandwich shop up the hill instead of charging Ubers to the company card every time we’re feeling peckish.
Airbus signs MOU with Australia’s Fortescue Future Industries to study hydrogen for aviation
Hydrogen fuelled planes will be the Tesla’s of the sky! You’ll be helping the environment and then you can constantly brag to your friends about it!
Bailing booking platforms and Airbnb bookings: how the travel industry is supporting Ukraine
As the invasion of Ukraine continues, international sanctions against Russia heighten in every field of trade and business. Here’s the latest on how the travel industry is doing its bit.
Malaysia Airlines is selling off its jumbo jets via LinkedIn
In the market to buy a jumbo jet? Well, you’re in luck, because Malaysia’s national carrier is flogging six of them on social media.
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: Qantas’ $72m achievement, new solar farm to power all Melbourne Airport terminals + MORE
This week’s Aviation Wrap can be compared to an Airbus A380 at full capacity, meaning it’s jam-packed full of news and updates.
Aviation Wrap: Qantas to farewell final 747 jet with ‘joy flights’, Airbus to slash 15,000 jobs + MORE
Wondering if there is any aviation news you may have missed? This week’s wrap will get you up to speed in no time.
Aviation Wrap: Etihad to resume Melbourne-London service, Rex enters trading halt + MORE
Are you hungry for updates from the world’s airlines? Enjoy Travel Weekly’s aviation buffet without the risk of catching COVID-19.
Aviation Wrap: AirHelp’s COVID-19 info page, major work begins on Western Sydney Airport + MORE!
Unsure which airlines are ensuring flexible travel? Get up to date with Travel Weekly’s Aviation Wrap.
Boeing fires mid-level exec following “totally appalling” emails
by Christian Fleetwood
Adding to a grim January for the manufacturer comes the news that Boeing booked no new orders for the month for the first time in nearly 60 years.
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.
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