Consumer watchdog raises concerns over caravan complaints
The unsung hero of our childhood travels has landed in hot water, with the ACCC blowing the whistle on widespread complaints about caravan suppliers.
ACCC voices concerns over “monopoly airports” blocking Sydney access for Bonza
Much to the disappointment of Travel Weekly staff, this news has nothing to do with the board game Monopoly, which is probably for the best considering our penchant for flipping over the board and storming off.
Rex Brisbane-Melbourne flights take off today, completing the ‘golden triangle’
The ‘golden triangle’ is much safer than the Bermuda triangle, but it lacks the fun, mysterious element and there aren’t as many conspiracy theories about it.
Row between Virgin and Qantas intensifies, as Scurrah calls for ACCC investigation
ACCC chair Rod Sims is set to don the deerstalker hat and monocle after Virgin’s boss wrote him a very angry letter.
“Rex has a track record for throwing tantrums”: Qantas doubles down on regional expansion
by Christian Fleetwood
Qantas has returned serve to Rex over allegations the national carrier is abusing its market power by “dumping” excess capacity on regional routes.
ACCC and Virgin voice concerns over Qantas-Cathay Pacific codeshare expansion
Concerns have been raised over Qantas and Cathay Pacific’s proposed codeshare deal, while Travel Weekly’s editor has just raised $10 from fellow staff to pay for his lunch.
Flight Centre verdict spurs agency agreements review
by Daisy Melwani
A South Australian-based law firm has urged businesses to review its agency agreements following December’s court ruling against Flight Centre, saying it leaves practices “up in the air”.
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