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Monthly Archives: October 2019

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Airport lounges helping to make time fly

We spend hours hanging around airports before flights and lounges go a long way towards helping us make the most of this time. Here’s an update on some of the recent airport lounge initiatives that are bound to increase your pre-boarding pleasure. American Express new Sydney Airport lounge Located near Gates 50-63 at Sydney Airport’s […]

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Broome to Darwin flights start now

The inaugural Broome to Darwin service commences today, operated by QantasLink’s 100-seat Fokker 100 aircraft. Flights will operate three days per week, Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays. The new service provides a direct link between the two cities for the first time and caters to holidaymakers exploring WA’s North West Coast or the Northern Territory’s Top End. […]

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Air New Zealand flyer news

There’s been a lot happening at Air New Zealand recently (don’t mention the rugby!), so here’s a quick run down on what will be happening on the runway. More long-haul leg room From late 2020, Air New Zealand will introduce Economy Stretch on its Boeing 777-200, 777-300 and 787-9 aircraft long haul routes. The Economy […]

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A new dawn for beating jet lag

Jet lag is always a hot topic with travellers, but particularly after the recent ground-breaking (or air-breaking) non-stop Qantas flight from New York to Sydney. We’ve seen Alan Joyce and David ‘Kochie’ Koch doing the Macarena in their flying kangaroo pj’s and heard about the special menu that was fed to the business class guinea […]

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Get a free British Airways upgrade!

We are very exited to announce that we can help you get a free upgrade on British Airways. And it gets better – you don’t need to have two million points, book a group of twelve or buy a new Tesla to be eligible! Every time you connect from a flight in World Traveller Plus, […]

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How AI helps with travel management checks & balances

When you partner with a travel management company, the aim is to create a program that will balance company priorities and money-saving initiatives with the flexibility of tailored travel experiences. Accommodating employee travel preferences can help facilitate productive business trips and be beneficial for staff satisfaction. It can also post risks for your business, so […]

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Uncertain times cast a shadow on the travel industry

Economic and political uncertainty have traditionally impacted travel behaviours. What we are seeing today is unsettling and likely to take its toll, with the likes of Brexit in the UK and possible impeachment proceedings against the President of the United States. In the past we’ve seen situations like these cause travellers to bunker down and […]

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Airline Business: Qantas & American alliance, LATAM departs Oneworld, Emirates Suites & Top Flying Credit Cards

Private suites in the sky, frequent flyer credits, new alliances and more – this airline update brings you the latest industry news for business travellers. More for Qantas & American frequent flyers Qantas and American Airlines are rolling out significantly improved frequent flyer benefits, including higher earn rates for points and status credits on their […]

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Last call for Emirates earlybird sale

It’s the best time of the year to book flights, but hurry, earlybird sales are ending soon! Emirates has fantastic fares available to Europe. Fly to London from $1439 economy return or from $7369 Business class return. Plus you could enjoy a bonus FREE 2-night luxury stopover in Dubai. This offer is valid until 6 […]