economy

Aviation

How to nail loyalty in the age of low-cost carriers

by Mary English

In this op-ed, Collinson’s Mary English spills the beans on how to establish airline loyalty. Luckily, Travel Weekly was able to catch said beans with some well-placed toast.

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Aviation

Major airline reveals new downside to flying Economy

This airline is in strife over a controversial new boarding system. Meanwhile, we only fly so we can stop at the airport Maccas.

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Aviation

Jetstar squeezes extra seats into economy

Travelling is great, but ‘squeeze’, ‘seats’ and ‘economy’ aren’t exactly the type of words that conjure thoughts of comfort or relaxation.

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Aviation

Think Economy’s cramped? Tough luck, says airline President

by Hannah Edensor

One airline exec claims economy seats aren’t getting any roomier unless customers pay more, amid reports his car was keyed shortly after.

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Aviation

Aussie man sues airline for being “squashed” by obese passenger

by Hannah Edensor

We’re always asking flight attendants for a seat change due to uncomfortable conditions. Although these conditions mostly just involve being in Economy.

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Aviation

Delta brings free meals to New York, San Fran & LA flights

by Hannah Edensor

Do you think airlines serving free food in Economy is a waste of valuable resources? You’ll hate this then.

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Aviation

Air France and KLM latest carriers to release new economy fare options

The European carriers are catching on to release new economy products to better suit market demand.

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Aviation

United bans overhead bags in new economy fare

by Daisy Melwani

At TW we’re used to packing the kitchen sink, and that’s only to come to work each day. If you’re used to travelling light this new fare may be just for you.

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Hotels

Tune commits to Australia as Accor takes over its Melbourne hotel

by Anne Majumdar

Tune Hotels has insisted it is not exiting Australia despite Accor’s announcement it will take over the management of Tune Melbourne next month.

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Cruise

Aussie cruising grows as global demand soars

by Gabriella Warden

Global cruise tourism is up according to this new study by CLIA, and Aussies aren’t shy on hopping aboard this trend!

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Aviation

What people are eating in the air

by Daisy Melwani

With the rollout of Qantas’ new economy in-flight dining on international flights now complete, Travel Weekly finds out what dishes have been a hit.

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Aviation

Emirates Economy sale prices go low

To celebrate the start of autumn, Emirates is offering special Economy Class airfares.

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