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Double-decker seat concept grabs the attention of major airlines

by Christian Fleetwood

A new lie-flat airline seat is being proposed as a solution for a good night’s sleep for economy-class travellers, and as a possible social distancing solution for aircraft of all ages.

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New airline set to take off in June

Yes, you read correctly. A new airline is set to launch its first flight next month amid the most hostile commercial aviation environment in the industry’s history.

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JAL celebrates two years of Melbourne-Tokyo route by issuing snowboards as boarding passes

Aussie snowboarders looking to shred the slopes of Japan this snow season now have another reason to book their trip.

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Airline offers passengers the option to avoid sitting near infants

Want to avoid a six-hour screamfest on your next long-haul flight? This airline has introduced a new policy that is sure to tickle your fancy.

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Airline forced to breathalyse staff after co-pilot caught almost 10 times over limit

We have enough trouble operating a computer when we’re drunk let alone a plane. That’s why our articles have so many typos on Fridays.

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Big Fat Airline Wrap

If you didn’t get to fly away on the long weekend, feast your eyes on this airline wrap. It’s basically the same thing, right?

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Big Fat Airline Wrap

If you read one thing today, Travel Weekly recommends you make it this. Or, if you prefer celebs in bikinis, then the Daily Mail.

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World’s best and worst airlines and airports revealed

by Daisy Melwani

Which are the world’s most on-time airlines and airports, and which fail to hit the mark? Those that top the list may surprise.

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JAL in talks over Brisbane return

Japan Airlines is continuing to ponder a return to Brisbane as airport officials insisted demand remains for the reintroduction of […]

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