IATA issues stern warning to non-mask-wearing plane passengers
The commercial aviation industry’s peak body is fed up with plane passengers refusing to wear masks, judging by its latest statement.
Aviation Wrap: Air NZ ramps up domestic schedule, Singapore Airlines raises millions + MORE
If this week’s Aviation Wrap was a type of aircraft, it’d be a Fokker 100, meaning that it’s not too big but very reliable.
Aviation Wrap: Qantas to reopen lounges, Lufthansa shareholders approve $15bn rescue package + MORE
It’s a monster Aviation Wrap this week, folks. Meaning that there’s lots of news – not that it’s scary or anything.
Aviation Wrap: Qantas Frequent Flyer’s new points offer, Gold Coast Airport’s runway concert + MORE
Reading Travel Weekly’s Aviation Wrap has been compared to taking a long-haul flight, in that you’ll likely fall asleep at some point.
ACCC continues to investigate Qantas over stake in regional competitor
by Huntley Mitchell
As you’ll discover here, the unprecedented uncertainty in the aviation industry has led to ACCC tsar Rod Sims tightening his grip on the competition watchdog’s microscope.
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.
Aviation Wrap: New bosses for IAG and United, Emirates’ Aussie return + MORE
If this week’s Aviation Wrap was a type of aircraft, it would be an Antonov An-225 Mriya. Meaning it’s got a buttload of news.
Aviation Wrap: Etihad to resume Melbourne-London service, Rex enters trading halt + MORE
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“Paying nothing is no longer an option”: Perth Airport serves Qantas lease termination notices
Things are getting heated between Perth Airport and Qantas, while the WA Premier is fed up with the “completely unacceptable” behaviour of both companies.
Aviation Wrap: Brisbane Airport’s runway completion, Air NZ marks 80 years of flying + MORE
Much unlike passenger planes around the globe right now, this week’s Aviation Wrap is running at full capacity.
Three things to expect when people are flying again, according to Alan Joyce
Qantas’ CEO has been lying low amid the kerfuffle over rival Virgin Australia’s future. However, he’s re-emerged here with a crystal ball in hand.
Qantas, Flight Centre mooted as acquisition targets for Wesfarmers
While the uncertain future of Virgin Australia has stolen most of the spotlight amid the COVID-19 crisis, speculation surrounding its fierce rival is now heating up.
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