Aviation Wrap: Air NZ ramps up domestic schedule, Singapore Airlines raises millions + MORE
If this week’s Aviation Wrap was a type of aircraft, it’d be a Fokker 100, meaning that it’s not too big but very reliable.
Aviation Wrap: Qantas to reopen lounges, Lufthansa shareholders approve $15bn rescue package + MORE
It’s a monster Aviation Wrap this week, folks. Meaning that there’s lots of news – not that it’s scary or anything.
Australian adult entertainer removed from flight over comments about George Floyd protests
This story has a bit of everything – an airline, an adult entertainer and even the ongoing George Floyd protests in the US.
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: New bosses for IAG and United, Emirates’ Aussie return + MORE
If this week’s Aviation Wrap was a type of aircraft, it would be an Antonov An-225 Mriya. Meaning it’s got a buttload of news.
Aviation Wrap: Star Alliance’s COVID-19 database, United’s San Fran-Syd repatriation flights + MORE!
Through thick and thin, we’re committed to bringing you the news you need. But we suggest swapping a salad for three courses to match the time it will take to devour this Aviation Wrap.
COOKIEGATE: United freaks out flying community by temporarily axing cult cookie
As avid cookie fans, we can totally empathise with the passengers’ concerns and would have written a strongly-worded letter had the airline not amended its mistake.
Airline forced to train employees on dealing with inflight porn viewers
Apparently, lots of passengers are choosing to watch x-rated content on their devices while flying. Well, enough people for one airline to introduce new staff measures.
“I will kill you”: Unruly passenger attacks flight attendant, causes flight diversion
by Ali Coulton
The passenger allegedly became unruly when he was refused service of alcohol. Let’s be honest: we’ve all been there, but we just haven’t slapped a flight attendant in the process.
Agent Wrap: TravelManagers partnership, India and LA famil opportunities, Flight Centre captain’s special appearance + MORE!
The pictured gondola is looking pretty good to Travel Weekly staff right now, as we try to come up with ways to get to the pub across the road in this torrential Sydney rain.
ATSB launches investigation after loss of separation between Virgin and United jets
Australia’s Transport Safety Bureau is currently gathering evidence on yet another serious loss of separation incident.
Coronavirus: Aussies urged not to travel to China as travel bans take hold
The government has updated its travel advice as the death toll for the deadly virus jumps to 305, with 12 confirmed cases in Australia.
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