AirAsia’s head-turning hazmat uniforms

Face masks, protective face shields, gloves and safety glasses may well become the new norm for post-pandemic flight attendant attire.


The future of aeroplane cabins

The Crystal Cabin Awards recognise the best concepts, designs and prototypes that could spell out the future of flying. Here are our favourites this year.


Bargain flights too good to be true?

Airfares between Melbourne and Sydney could fall as low as $19, hinted Qantas chief Alan Joyce, adding that cheap flights would stimulate the domestic sector by satisfying Australians’ “pent-up demand” to travel once restrictions are lifted.


Bizarre plane sustainable flying

It may look a bit bizarre, but this new plane design could be the answer to sustainable flights


Is it the end of Virgin Australia?

Will the federal government bail out Virgin Australia or allow commercial forces to rule, as it has done in the past?


New airbus plane or whale

A new Airbus plane has entered service – and it’s designed to look exactly like a beluga whale


What travel changes mean for you

Point Hacks, one of Australia’s biggest communities of airline rewards experts, has analysed the latest pandemic-related travel changes and advises what each of them mean for you.


How airlines plan to protect points

Although not at the forefront of most people’s minds right now, Qantas and Virgin are getting on the front foot to shore up loyalty program status.


Secrets to successful point hacking

How do point hackers meet their travel goals, while still maintaining control of their spending and maintaining a good credit rating?


Virgin grounds international flights

Virgin Australia will suspend its international operations from 30 March and halve its domestic flying capacity, in the wake of the government’s level 4 travel bans and diminished travel demand locally.


Qantas knocked out of the sky

Qantas has announced a suspension of all scheduled international Qantas and Jetstar flights from Australia, as well as renewed cancellation policies.


Qantas putting passengers at risk?

Qantas has been grilled over potentially putting passengers at risk of coronavirus, after an inspection by Safework NSW found the airline was lax on cleaning processes.

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