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Aviation

Airport officials sight second person wearing a jetpack ­– this time at 6,500 feet

One can only suspect this person is either fed up with the lack of available flights or just prefers to travel solo.

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WATCH: The ‘new normal’ of flying between the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaiian Airlines has shared a video to show the ‘new normal’ of flying between the Hawaiian Islands.

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Three things to expect when people are flying again, according to Alan Joyce

Qantas’ CEO has been lying low amid the kerfuffle over rival Virgin Australia’s future. However, he’s re-emerged here with a crystal ball in hand.

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Malaysia Airlines regional manager Giles Gilbert’s five top tips for flying healthy

Giles Gilbert also happens to be speaking at Travel DAZE in August, so consider this article a bit of a shameless plug.

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Flight or fright: More than half of young Aussies fear flying (and their fears are growing)

It turns out that flying sits alongside credit card debt and The Boogeyman as some of the fears among young Aussies.

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Thai Airways to ban overweight flyers

by Daisy Doctor

Gone are the days of chowing down three happy meals before boarding. Actually, stuff that. Can’t stop, won’t stop, we’re happy to miss our flight.

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What are the most annoying plane habits for Aussies?

by Laine Fullerton

If you’re told to kick back and relax on flights, do everyone a favour and don’t take it literally.

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What’s the go with child-free flights?

A toddler chucking a tantrum has reignited the child-free flights debate. Meanwhile, we got called a toddler after our tantrum over an office cupcake shortage.

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The one thing to never do before flying

We warn you, the contents of this article might scare you a little. But it’s only to balance out the lovey stories from Valentine’s Day.

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Tourism

Revealed: The hidden codes of passports

There are already so many confusing symbols we have to deal with on a daily basis. So why not let us break it down for you. Passports that is, not dancing.

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Aviation

Revealed: The one product to always bring on a flight

Surprisingly, the item is not earbuds. Though we make sure to bring a pair every flight to cancel out the sound of our snores.

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How are Aussie airlines dealing with social media?

by Daisy Doctor

Airlines have had the spotlight more than ever before thanks to social media. Though that’s not to say they’re on a stage or anything.

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