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Monday April 19, 2021

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Airline chief’s verdict: ‘There is no future for the A380!’

Encouraging news that Qantas expects to have all 12 of its popular Airbus A380s back in service within four years has been counterbalanced by a short, yet startling, interview with Qatar Airways chief Akbar Al Baker, in which he says bluntly: “There is no future for the A380” – and proceeds to explain why.

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They’re off! Thousands fly Tasman and PM sees borders reopening

Over 10,000 people are set to fly across the Tasman between Australia and New Zealand today on Air New Zealand, Qantas and Jetstar as a new era of quarantine-free travel between the two countries begins.

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  While Australian cruising wallows in the dark series: MSC Cruises announces massive Europe restart programme – 10 ships to sail this summer

Welcome to my new series called “While Australian cruising wallows in the dark series” which I have created and will be providing articles demonstrating cruising getting going elsewhere, through frustration and lack of action by the Australian Government and the failed return of mainstream cruising in Australia, domestic or otherwise!

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Upfront bonus commission from Oceania Cruises

Oceania Cruises has announced a special incentive allowing its travel partners in Australia and New Zealand to earn an upfront bonus commission, for a limited time only.

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How the Pandemic will Forever Change the Airport Experience

As we are now rolling into the vaccination phase 1b which will have approximately 6 million Australians vaccinated, people, will have more confidence in travel, even though domestically for the time being, until the international borders will open again hopefully has the government has already indicated, by October 2021.

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