Aviation Wrap: Emirates pledges bushfire support, Qantas returns to Byron Bay + MORE!
This week’s Aviation Wrap is brought to you by Travel Weekly’s roving reporter, who has decided to wear compression socks with thongs to the office today. It’s not a good look.
Aviation Wrap: Virgin’s biggest-ever kids sale, Air Vanuatu’s Airbus A220 arrives + MORE!
To enhance your reading experience of this Aviation Wrap, we highly recommend wearing aviator sunnies and a scarf around your neck.
“There is no bright spot in the future”: Intrepid co-founder’s bleak aviation outlook
by Huntley Mitchell
Intrepid co-founder and climate crusader Darrell Wade believes the aviation sector has a “major problem” on its hands in terms of carving out a sustainable future.
Aviation wrap: Alliance unveils pink plane for good cause, airport’s plastic bottle ban + MORE!
This week’s aviation wrap features a couple of cause-fighting stories. However, that’s not to say there’s any mention of angry protesters or vigilantes.
Aviation wrap: Cebu’s 48-hour sale, American Airlines’ Premium Economy boost + MORE
This aviation wrap is full of sales, new products and even a couple of big milestones. Call it a fruit salad, if you will.
Passenger and flight attendant speak Spanish to silence racist man
Need a good news story to brighten your Thursday afternoon? We’d like to refer you to this shining beacon of hope.
Airline apologises after Tweeting which seats are least likely to survive a crash
It’s something we’ve all thought about while mid-air, but do we really want to know which seats are most likely to survive a plane crash? Well, thanks to this airline, we now have an answer.
Aviation wrap: Emirates’ global sale, Royal Brunei Airlines’ new Brisbane flights + more
We do hope that you’re so wrapped about this week’s aviation wrap that you write a rap about it.
Airline wrap: Hawaiian Airlines launches new route, Air Asia celebrates partnership + more!
Soar above your competition and impress your friends with all the latest airline news. Or at least kill a good 20 minutes by reading the whole thing.
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