Millions of Aussies plan to use ‘buy now pay later’ to fund international travel
Just when you thought Afterpay had a tight enough grip on your finances, BNPL services are beginning to infiltrate the travel industry.
Life in the time of COVID-19 with Cathay Pacific’s Richard Jones
Cathay Pacific’s regional marketing and sales boss has been keeping himself busy restoring an old seat and “attacking” his garden. He’s even contemplating a backyard decking project.
AirlineRatings.com reveals the world’s best airline for 2021
Aussie airlines fared well in this year’s awards, but the accolade of top dog (or in this instance, top bird) went to an overseas carrier.
Plane passenger proposes using inflight dessert menu
We love a good inflight engagement story, and this one from Cathay Pacific is particularly sweet. Get it? Sweet? Dessert? Okay, we’ll see ourselves out.
Cathay Pacific axes 8,500 jobs and ditches regional airline as part of major restructure
Some big changes have been announced for Hong Kong’s flag carrier, as it struggles to fly through the turbulence caused by COVID-19.
Aviation Wrap: Singapore Airlines to cut thousands of jobs, Rex authorised for Qantas/Virgin collab + MORE
It’s been a heavy week in aviation news, but we’ve lightened the load for you here by compiling yet another comprehensive wrap.
Aviation Wrap: Virgin staff celebrate Bain Capital sale, Hawaiian Airlines removes change fees + MORE
Outside of making a fourth double-shot espresso (as our reporter did), this week’s Aviation Wrap is the best way to kill five minutes.
Aviation Wrap: Qantas’ New Cal and Philippines slots renewed, Air Vanuatu CEO departs + MORE
Looking for the latest and greatest in aviation news? Have a squiz at today’s loaded Aviation Wrap.
Aviation Wrap: Jetstar’s back in NZ, Etihad to connect Australia with expanded network + MORE
There’s good news aplenty in this week’s Aviation Wrap, best enjoyed while listening to Ozzy Osbourne’s “Flying High Again”.
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.
Cathay Pacific joins ‘Rainbow Trail’ in show of hope and solidarity
Fridays are always better with a bit of colour, and brighter with a bit of hope. Case in point, Cathay Pacific has brought the beautiful ‘Rainbow Trail’ trend to one of its runways.
Aviation Wrap: Cathay Pacific’s special visitor, Sydney Airport runway becomes parking lot + MORE
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