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 Australia sale update, United makes COVID-19 tests available to customers + MORE
It’s been a landmark week for carriers near and far. Lucky for you, our Aviation Wrap continues to keep you abreast of the latest in this space.
Aviation Wrap: Singapore Airlines to cut thousands of jobs, Rex authorised for Qantas/Virgin collab + MORE
It’s been a heavy week in aviation news, but we’ve lightened the load for you here by compiling yet another comprehensive wrap.
Thai Airways serves inflight meals at new plane-inspired restaurant
Craving inflight meals after months without international flights? Well, it appears you aren’t alone, judging by the success of Thai Airways’ new restaurant.
“Utterly humiliated”: Kiwis denied business class seats by Thai Airways because of their size
The family had purchased business class seats worth more than $2,400 but were forced into economy class.
Flavour of the Week: Jo Boundy’s Qantas promo, Thai Airways’ chairman to resign + MORE!
There’s been a slew of promotions and announcements across the industry lately. Here’s a dose of the standouts, Flavour-of-the-Week-style.
“So far from the truth”: Thai Airways slams reports that it is at risk of shutting down
by Huntley Mitchell
Work at Thai Airways? Concerned about the president’s recent comments to staff? Feel slightly more at ease by reading this.
Thousands of flights disrupted by Pakistani airspace closure
by Ali Coulton
If you thought your week was going badly, spare a thought for the airline that was forced to cancel all its flights to Europe yesterday.
Airline charges passenger extra for having excessively long name
This is almost as unfair as charging a lactose intolerant person extra for soy milk. It’s not our fault if dairy makes us gassy.
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