Federal budget “fails the pub test” as financial support nixed for marketing spend leaves aviation and hospo behind
We assume the accompanying image encapsulates treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s response after reading what the travel industry had to say about his grand plan.
Flight Centre Group releases first half results and things are looking up!
It’s looking up, up and away for both corporate and leisure travel according to Flight Centre!
Ukraine pumps millions into aviation to keep planes in the air amid fears of Russian invasion
A possible Russian invasion has many worried about flying through Ukrainian airspace. Here’s what that means for the travel industry.
Qatar celebrates 25 years with massive global sale
Fingers crossed that no one tells the Qatari carrier it’s supposed to RECIEVE gifts on its birthday, not the other way around.
Say namaste: Qantas’ first India flights in almost a decade take to the skies
Meanwhile, the Flying Kangaroo’s Points Auction continues apace with a private jet experience set to go under the hammer.
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!
Air New Zealand cancels more than 1,000 trans-Tasman flights due to “continued border uncertainty”
In devastating news for thousands of holidaymakers across the trans-Tasman, Air NZ has pulled the pin on a large number of flights that were due to take off this year.
Virgin Australia recruiting for nearly 600 new roles as it prepares to welcome seven new aircraft
Have you always wanted to work at Virgin? Well, we reckon the odds of you getting a gig at the airline are heavily in your favour.
Rex to complete ‘Golden Triangle’ of flights next month
Just to clarify, the ‘Golden Triangle’ in this instance is Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, and not the prime agricultural land in north-western NSW.
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.
Sydney Airport set to change hands after board agrees to $23.6bn takeover bid
After months of toing and froing, the board of Sydney Airport has finally settled on its suitor. Now they just need shareholders and regulators to approve it.
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