Aviation Wrap: Qantas Frequent Flyer’s new points offer, Gold Coast Airport’s runway concert + MORE
Reading Travel Weekly’s Aviation Wrap has been compared to taking a long-haul flight, in that you’ll likely fall asleep at some point.
Aviation Wrap: Etihad to resume Melbourne-London service, Rex enters trading halt + MORE
Are you hungry for updates from the world’s airlines? Enjoy Travel Weekly’s aviation buffet without the risk of catching COVID-19.
Flight attendant accuses pilots of placing hidden camera in plane toilet
The world’s largest low-cost carrier is in hot water after two of its pilots allegedly live-streamed a plane’s toilet via a hidden camera.
“Is this a dream?”: Flight attendant hilariously greets passengers from overhead luggage bin
by Christian Fleetwood
Some have argued the flight attendant was hilariously demonstrating what ultra-basic economy would look like. In Travel Weekly’s opinion, it certainly beats the stand-up seat for ingenuity.
REVEALED: The world’s (and the South Pacific’s) best airlines
by Christian Fleetwood
If you think we’re not telling you which airlines topped the lists because we’re hoping you’ll click on the article, then you’d be right.
Passengers stranded as multiple airlines suffer system-wide outage
Meanwhile, a brain outage suffered by Travel Weekly’s reporter had him eating cottage cheese instead of ice cream for last night’s dessert.
Passengers delayed as two Southwest Airlines planes collide
by Ali Coulton
Similarly, a Travel Weekly journo collided with a postbox on her way to the office today, covering herself and several passersby with coffee and curse words.
Cabin pressure issue, bleeding ears cause flight to make emergency landing
In other news, the knees of Travel Weekly’s editor are bleeding after he tripped over during an emergency dash to Woolies to replenish the office chocolate stash.
Airline forced to apologise for making fun of 5-year-old’s name
An airline employee allegedly posted pictures of the little girl’s boarding pass on social media and showed it to fellow employees. Here’s why.
Southwest pilot wasn’t supposed to be flying on day of tragedy
Tammy Jo Shults has discussed the circumstances around the terrible accident that led to the death of a woman who was partially sucked out of a plane last month.
Southwest flight forced to land after another window breaks
The incident occurred just two weeks after a Southwest passenger was killed from being partially sucked out the window of another flight.
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