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What are the technology trends to look forward to in 2020? Chief Experience Officer John Morhous has the insight into what is coming our way.
From highflying mining CEOs to Government ministers, Salvo has looked after the global travel needs of them all. Meet our VIP Travel Manager, Salvo La Mantina.
Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) has partnered with Baidam Solutions, a 100% Australian owned and operated First Nations information technology business, to help foster the growth of Indigenous young Australians pursuing careers in cyber security.
This week’s historic flight marks only the second time in history that a commercial airline has flown direct from London to Sydney.
The Qantas Group will reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 in a major expansion of the airline’s commitment to a more sustainable aviation industry.
From December to February airports and hotels are bustling with holidaymakers and families, but for corporate travellers it’s business as usual. We have the ultimate survival guide to get you through the holiday season!
Business travel means different things to different people. While some travellers thrive on it and adapt easily to changes in their weekly routine, others find it stressful and unsettling.
Virgin Australia will make several changes to its domestic and international network, including the suspension of Melbourne-Hong Kong from 11 February 2020.
Starting from 29 March next year, Virgin Australia will be operating daily flights between Brisbane and Haneda – allowing an additional 100,000 Australians to access the access the closest and most convenient airport to downtown Tokyo each year.
American Airlines is the latest airline to announce new non-stop routes to the USA
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Air New Zealand has announced a "new era" for its international route network, with the planned October 2020 debut of direct flights between Auckland and New York. New York will be Air NZ's sixth US non-stop destination, joining Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Chicago and Honolulu.