Yeah, you read right. You can grab a return flight from Sydney or Melbourne to London via the very cool Hanoi for less that $1,300. But you better be quick because these airfares will fly out the door.
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Want to do a trip around the globe without spending too much but also want to do it yourself rather than have to use a travel agent? Try the Qantas multi-stop option on the website – you may be able to go further than you think.
Ever wanted to fly in business class but couldn’t afford to? Now may be your chance with Virgin Australia and Qantas both releasing business class special offers for domestic flights.
The Christmas holiday season is coming up in a couple of months, so what better way to celebrate than to go on an adventure. And why not start that adventure at the airport, on an airline you have never heard of, going somewhere you never thought you would? Sounds like a pretty damn good idea [...]
While it may sound like something out of a really bad ’50s Hollywood sci-fi movie, the headline reads true. An Air Canada pilot has violently manoeuvred his plane after he thought the planet Venus was attacking it on a flight between Toronto and Zurich.
Malaysia Airlines has announced that it will not allow children in the economy section on the top deck of its new A380 aircraft.
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution has taken stunning fresh shots of the Titanic for the April issue of National Geographic magazine. Forget what you’ve seen before, these new shots will blow your mind.
We’re sharing this a bit early today so you have a chance of getting in there. New airline Scoot, owned by airline giant Singapore Airlines, is having a ridiculous sale, with a one-way fare to Singapore from just $88. Insanity!
On April 6, 2012, Singapore Airlines will officially retire its fleet of Boeing 747-400 planes. Qantas is also cutting the amount of 747-400s it runs. But they are using A380s and Boeing 777s instead. So who is getting the new Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental jumbo?
If you’ve ever travelled for business, you’ll understand the frustrations of travelling with business shirts. Despite your best efforts, even the most meticulously ironed shirt will end up creased like a piece of unfolded origami. Unless you use the Shirt Shuttle, that is…