Tom Goward | 29/10/2020
Qantas Announces “Scenic Flight To Somewhere”
Following the success of Qantas’ recent 7-hour ‘Great Southern Land’ scenic flight to nowhere, the airline will operate a series of scenic getaway flights to some of Australia’s key holiday destinations. As more domestic borders open, the national carrier plans to offer several overnight getaways to iconic Australian destinations, with flights including spectacular low-level flybys.
Immanuel Debeer | 10/08/2020
Singapore Airlines Returns Passenger Flights To Perth
At last, some positive news for International travel! Singapore Airlines has announced it will increase its flights to Australia with three weekly flights to Perth from August 18. This will bring the total of Australian cities covered by Singapore Airlines back up to 5 with the exception of Canberra.
Tom Goward | 05/08/2020
Virgin Australia’s Six-Point Plan For Success
The Virgin Australia Group has today revealed its plans to build a stronger, more profitable and competitive Virgin Australia, as the airline prepares to leave voluntary administration under the ownership of Bain Capital. Virgin Australia Group CEO Paul Scurrah said the plan will help to re-establish Virgin Australia as an iconic Australian airline.
Tom Goward | 23/07/2020
Qantas Farewells The Boeing 747
Qantas has today marked the end of an era with the departure of the national carrier’s last Boeing 747 aircraft. To the misery of many Avgeeks, the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 crisis forced Qantas to bring forward the scheduled retirement of the type by six months, after international travel demand slumped globally.
Tom Goward | 02/07/2020
Rex To Fly Between Sydney, Melbourne And Brisbane By March 2021
Tom Goward | 30/06/2020
What To Expect From Virgin Australia 2.0
Deloitte has announced Bain Capital as the new owner of Virgin Australia, following a shock withdrawal from Cyrus Capital Partners. A statement from the administrator confirmed they have "now entered into a Sale and Implementation Deed with Bain Capital which will result in the sale and recapitalisation of the businesses of (the Virgin Australia Group)".
Immanuel Debeer | 10/06/2020
Etihad Is Offering 50% Bonus Value On Travel Vouchers
Your dream holiday could be closer than you think with an Etihad Travel Voucher. Choose an amount from $250 up to $65,000, and Etihad will add 50% to the value of your voucher for free. So, if you buy a voucher worth $1,000, you’ll have $1,500 to spend on your next trip. Simple.