Aviation Wrap: Western Sydney Airport names new CEO, Qatar Executive’s new private jet program + MORE
Travel Weekly’s reporter added exec-level accoutrements to his usual get-up of Spendless slippers and polyester PJs in order to channel his inner high flyer while writing this week’s Aviation Wrap.
Aviation Wrap: AirHelp’s COVID-19 info page, major work begins on Western Sydney Airport + MORE!
Unsure which airlines are ensuring flexible travel? Get up to date with Travel Weekly’s Aviation Wrap.
Aviation Wrap: Air New Zealand signs new fleet deal, Western Sydney Airport’s curfew-free promise, Emirates’ World Cup-inspired ad + MORE!
Kick-off this week’s round-up of aviation news with Emirates’ hilarious take on mid-air “fouls” as the airline teams up with famous ref Nigel Owens. All this and MUCH more awaits here.
Aviation wrap: Virgin’s Aussie-first, Win a year of free travel with Jetstar, Hawaiian Airlines’ new Maui-Las Vegas flights + MORE
Gearing up for your next airfare? Well, you’re in luck, as Travel Weekly brings you its Tuesday special for all things aviation.
Aviation wrap: Qantas’ fresh plane order, Air Vanuatu’s new non-stop service, Western Sydney Airport update + MORE!
Felt a little in the dark lately about what’s been happening in the world of commercial aviation? This wrap should provide all the illumination you need.
Aviation wrap: Qantas and Virgin sign MOUs with new NSW airport, Emirates goes sustainable in South Africa + more!
Welcome back, travel folk. Let’s get your heads back into gear with the latest news in the aviation industry.
Western Sydney Airport to be named after aviation pioneer
The airport’s CEO, Graham Millett said Nancy-Bird Walton’s pioneering spirit made her the perfect namesake for the innovative new project.
“We’re aiming for it to be selfie central” new Sydney Airport to recruit student designers
Western Sydney Airport is on the hunt for student architects while Travel Weekly tries to hunt down the cheapest coffee in Surry Hills that doesn’t taste like gravel.
Sydney Airport declines offer to build Badgerys Creek
Just like an only child rejects the second born sibling, Sydney Airport has rejected the rights to develop the Western Sydney Airport.
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