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Bonza promises to be the independent low-cost airline that many Australian consumers have wished for. Still, some are sceptical that the market can support another operator.
Virgin Australia has launched three new flights between Cairns, Launceston and Hobart, and the Gold Coast as travel confidence improves.
Unruly passenger behaviour has become all too common in the United States, to the point where lawmakers are taking notice and considering making it a criminal offence.
Episode No 7, is a cracker to complete this present series, two stalwarts of the African travel industry tell us where to go.
The reopening of Australia's borders and the implementation of the home quarantine programme might be fast-tracked to November 1.
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce announced a multi-billion-dollar order for over 100 new aircraft to replace its ageing domestic fleet and new long-haul aircraft to fly nonstop to London and New York.
In partnership with Tellmewhere2go.com, TD presents your travel and hospitality industries daily news podcast for Wednesday 13th October 2021
Due to stringent COVID restrictions in Auckland, Air New Zealand is operating at less than one-third of its typical domestic capacity.
Qantas' relentless, even ruthless approach has enabled it not just to survive the airline industry's greatest crises but become unstoppable in its own market.
"Bonza" will be Australia's sole independent low-cost airline specialising in regional leisure destinations, with a fleet of Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets equipped with all-economy seats.
Foreign tourists seeking to visit Australia for a holiday will have to wait until 2022.
After moving through with plans to begin foreign flights in December, Qantas is set to fly to numerous new international destinations next year.
After becoming the latest airline to remove the term "ladies and gentlemen" from all onboard announcements, British Airways has been accused of trying to appease the woke brigade.
Global airlines concluded their first meeting since COVID-19 brought their business to its knees on Tuesday, expressing confidence about pent-up demand but pleading with governments to…
It took the Qantas plane about 18 hours to get from Buenos Aires to Darwin through the Antarctic coast, and it was the airline's longest commercial journey ever.