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Airlines pivot from business travelers to infrequent flyers seeking sunshine

1 hour ago   |   Travel Weekly

Carriers have made a major strategic shift away from corporate travelers and instead are adjusting route networks to place more focus on leisure flyers.
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News: Blue Islands releases summer 2021 tickets

5 hours ago   |   Breaking Travel News

Channel Islands-based airline Blue Islands has now extended its on-sale schedule for next summer to cover the whole of the summer school holiday period for next year.
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Tickets for Qantas flight to nowhere sell out in minutes

1 day ago   |   CNN

Australian airline Qantas has announced plans for a seven-hour scenic flight that will perform a giant loop taking in Queensland and the Gold Coast, New South Wales and the...
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Qantas hints at more job cuts

2 days ago   |   Travel News

Qantas appears to be hinting there will be more job cuts at the airline on top of the thousands already announced, flagging “more difficult decisions” to come in the 2019-20...
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Pilots face layoffs and an uncertain future as coronavirus hammers the airline industry

2 days ago   |   NBC

“Pilots will do what they need to do to support their families. They'll be Uber drivers if they have to," said one aviation career consultant.
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Air Canada Introduces Infinite Canada Flight Pass

2 days ago   |   Global Traveler

Air Canada announced an all-newInfinite Canada Flight Pass , offering customers greater flexibility when booking travel within Canada. The country's largest domestic and...
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Climate campaigners condemn 'joy flights' for travellers who miss flying

3 days ago   |   The Guardian

Rise in scenic round-trips by air in Australia and Asia is ‘insanity,' say environmentalists Environmental campaigners have condemned the rise of scenic “joy flights” aimed at...
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Fears 30,000 Aussies won't be home by Xmas

3 days ago   |   Travel News

A body representing the world's airlines says they can't be expected to “operate as charity services” as it warns Australia's tight caps on international arrivals means...
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News: Ryanair cuts further capacity for October

3 days ago   |   Breaking Travel News

Ryanair will reduce October capacity by a further 20 per cent, in addition to cuts already announced in August. The airline said the move as due to “continuous changes” in...
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Airline CEOs converge on White House to ask for aid

3 days ago   |   Travel Weekly

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows planned to meet with airline industry CEOs Thursday.
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