APAC carrier named world’s safest airline for 2022
Winning the world’s safest airline seems like something all carriers would be proud of, much more so than the notably less coveted “world’s most turbulent airline” award.
Former Etihad boss detained for trying to skip hotel quarantine using Aussie passport
The millionaire was reported to UK authorities after he was heard bragging about switching passports to avoid a 10-day quarantine stint.
Federal government says international travel expected “to remain largely closed off” until late 2021
Here’s the latest indication of when Aussies can expect to begin travelling overseas again, courtesy of Mr Frydenberg.
Aviation Wrap: Virgin Australia drops sale fares, AirAsia Japan to cease operations + MORE
We’re sorry to say that you’ll need to take the sour with the sweet in this week’s Aviation 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: Virgin’s company secretary resigns, Myanmar Airways appoints Australian GSA + MORE
It’s mainly good news in this week’s Aviation Wrap, with a sprinkling of announcements around the industry’s favourite buzzword: sustainability.
Aviation Wrap: Rex expands across WA, Delta extends middle-seat blocks + MORE
Proving we don’t just favour news from Australian carriers, this week’s Aviation Wrap has plenty of updates from airlines all over the globe.
Aviation Wrap: Qantas’ $72m achievement, new solar farm to power all Melbourne Airport terminals + MORE
This week’s Aviation Wrap can be compared to an Airbus A380 at full capacity, meaning it’s jam-packed full of news and updates.
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.
Aviation Wrap: More rewards for Qantas Frequent Flyers, Virgin returns parked aircraft to the skies + MORE
While many planes remain on the tarmac across the globe, that hasn’t stopped Travel Weekly’s Aviation Wrap from taking off.
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.
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