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Beautiful Oman

At the foot of the Arabian Peninsula, just south of the regions travel-hub Dubai, lies one of Arabia’s best kept secrets. The Sultanate of Oman. Oman, only recently on the travel map, is a coastal delight. Picturesque, pristine beaches cover the 2,000km of coastline. The crisp blue waters are cool and welcoming with a diverse […]

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Flying Tiger Airways within Australia: How to play by their rules

Tiger Airways offers great deals for travel within Australia. However, chances are you have had friends complain bitterly about the hassle and hidden costs experienced when flying with them. To avoid problems you have to play by Tiger’s rules. Here are some top tips on how to do that. 1. If you have no luggage […]

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What Qantas’s new Dallas route means for your US travel

On 16 May Qantas starts flying its new route to Dallas. So what does this mean for your US travel? A direct link to America’s South. Did you watch too much Dallas in the 80’s and can’t wait to check Texas out for yourself? Qantas’s direct link puts you in the heart of warm southern […]

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Snapshot of Vietnam

While communication has sped up things for us and made life that little bit more accessible, it still comes with its downsides. I mean, yeah it’s cool to be able to connect with any part of the world whenever you wish to, but at the same time it is only ever more reason to justify […]

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AirAsia Joins Budget Airlines

While budget flights may be old news for Australians since the welcoming of Virgin, Tiger Airways, and Quantas offshoot Jetstar, we often forget that not all countries, or continents, have the luxury of low budget air travel. (more…)

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Black Eyed Peas Break a Guinness World Record

Internationally acclaimed three time Grammy winners THE BLACK EYED PEAS have added a ‘world record’ to their long list of achievements after rocking out at 41,000 feet on a special “Mile High Karaoke’ Virgin Blue flight from Melbourne to Perth on Friday. (more…)

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Qantas helping tsunami victims

Australian flight company Qantas, through its charitable trust, the Qantas Foundation, has pledged a $25,000 cash donation and joined with Australian Rugby Union to assist the Samoan and Tongan communities devastated by the recent tsunami. (more…)

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Aviation History To Be Made As Qantas Will Do Sightseeing Flights To Antarctica

Aviation and tourism history will be made on New Year’s Eve when a Qantas Airbus A380 super jumbo operates a unique sightseeing flight to Antarctica – the first commercial flight by an A380 over the south polar region, and the only aircraft permitted to do so on New Year’s Eve. (more…)

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Bangkok Airways & Samui Airport ranked in the World’s Top Ten

Samui Airport in Bangkok was announced the world’s top ten in the “Best Airports Worldwide” category for the 4th consecutive year whilst Bangkok Airways is ranked in the top ten in the “Best Cabin Service Worldwide” category following an annual “Best Asian Travel Brand 2009” poll surveyed by one of Asia’s forefront online travel magazine, […]

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British Airways celebrating 90 years

British Airways are celebrating 90 years of travel this year. It was in fact on 25th August 1919 that the world’s first daily international air service was launched from London to Paris, operated by Air Transport & Travel Ltd – a precursor to British Airways. (more…)

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