Fiji welcomes first flight of international visitors in 20 months as borders open
Sydneysiders touched down yesterday to a big bula welcome almost two years in the making!
Emirates ordered to pay $5,000 in damages after suitcase fell on passenger’s head
The man was originally seeking more than $40,000 in damages, but a Federal Court judge decided to reduce the sum after finding he had “embellished” his version of events.
Aussie aviation industry streamlines approach to guiding travellers through new restrictions
The differing reopening roadmaps of the states and territories will no doubt cause headaches for travellers, hence this from A4ANZ.
Australia’s aviation sector receives $184m package to help prepare for international travel restart
The Coalition government has loosened the purse strings once again for the aviation industry while its wings are still clipped.
APAC airlines target net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, urge governments to back sustainable fuel
The airlines are pinning their hopes on sustainable aviation fuel to help reach their ambitious, but important goal.
ACCC blocks Qantas’ proposed tie-up with Japan Airlines
ACCC tsar Rod Sims had already given this proposal a tentative thumbs down back in May, so the final decision should hardly come as a surprise.
Qantas outlines international restart strategy, as group suffers $1.7bn loss
by Huntley Mitchell
The national carrier has masked another massive full-year loss with some optimistic talk of international flights in the near future.
Virgin and Rex follow Qantas in standing down staff
The bosses of Virgin and Rex are both flipping the bird at COVID after being forced to stand down staff.
“Clearly the last thing we want to do”: Qantas and Jetstar to stand down 2,500 staff
Sadly, the ongoing impact from the Greater Sydney lockdown has forced Alan Joyce’s hand.
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