Rex shows off new aircraft livery, as Sydney-Melbourne flights go on sale
The airline’s capital city assault is gathering steam, with some fresh aircraft decals and cheap fares set to send a shiver down the spines of Qantas and Virgin execs.
Joyce meets with Victorian Premier over Qantas’ potential HQ move, as thousands more jobs get the chop
Qantas’ chief has taken a spin around Melbourne’s Airport prescient to see if it fits the bill as the airline’s new headquarters, just before another big job cut announcement.
Regional Victorians wake to eased travel restrictions
by Christian Fleetwood
Finally, Victoria’s tourism industry has something to cheer about. Let’s hope the Andrews government continues this positive momentum.
Travel agency finds the sweetest way to diversify during the COVID slowdown
Agents throughout Australia are sharing the new and exciting ways they are diversifying their business, but this one may be the sweetest of them all.
New rule in place at Sydney Airport after passengers disembark Melbourne flight without COVID-19 screening
by Christian Fleetwood
A screening bungle at Sydney Airport has prompted a shift in the way NSW arrivals are screened going forward. Click here to read what you can expect.
NSW Premier calls for state’s tourism operators to bar travellers from Melbourne
However, despite Gladys’ stern warning, Victorians are still continuing their plans to travel across the state.
Melbourne couple recreate cancelled cruise in their living room
As millions of travellers around the world lament the spate of cancellations and restrictions taking place in this time of uncertainty, one couple has found the silver lining.
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.
Two of Australia’s burgeoning tourist destinations finally have direct flights from Melbourne
by Sponsored by Tourism Western Australia
One of the world’s last true wilderness areas and Lonely Planet’s top destination in the Asia Pacific finally have direct flights from the eastern seaboard.
More than 80 jobs to go as Emirates confirms call centre closure
by Huntley Mitchell
Emirates has confirmed it will close its only Australian call centre next month, leaving more than 80 employees out of a job.
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