Virgin Blue co-founder and former execs back bondholders’ bid for Virgin Australia
Yes, there’s been yet another juicy development in the race to own Virgin Australia. All is revealed here.
Hydrogen power in aviation could significantly reduce emissions, show benefits by 2025
by Christian Fleetwood
Looking to impress colleagues with your aviation knowledge during the next Zoom catch-up? Reading this sciency story should do the trick.
Travelport launches new tool for airline health and safety
Travelport has launched a nifty new feature to make airline health and safety measures more accessible for agents.
Tigerair scratched, thousands of jobs cut and a simplified fleet: Virgin Australia’s six-point blueprint for success
Have you been wondering what the hell Virgin and its future owner have been up to as the administration process nears the finish line? All is revealed here.
OPINION: Why the government must step in and save Australia’s aviation industry
by Michael Kaine
The TWU’s Michael Kaine has penned an urgent message to the government asking them to stop the collapse of Australia’s aviation industry.
Global air travel won’t return to pre-coronavirus levels until 2024, says IATA
This revised forecast by IATA makes for grim reading, so we recommend skipping this story if you’re over all the doom and gloom.
ACCC and AFTA welcome Etihad’s refund offer for cancelled Aussie flights
ACCC tsar Rod Sims has been breathing down Etihad’s neck, and it appears it was too much to bear for the carrier.
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.
Emirates will cover medical expenses if passengers catch COVID-19 while travelling
The UAE’s flag carrier is claiming its new offer to be a world first. However, that’s not to say Guinness World Records will take any notice.
Qantas to farewell ‘Queen of the Skies’ with final flight
The last of Qantas 747s will be retired today, six months ahead of schedule, in a final voyage to the Mojave Desert.
Virgin’s administrators issue all-important update to creditors
by Huntley Mitchell
Vaughan Strawbridge and his team at Deloitte have updated Virgin’s creditors with some key info ahead of next month’s meeting. Read all the juicy bits from the circular right here.
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