Feb 142011
 

New figures from airport operator BAA have revealed that London Heathrow remains popular for long-haul flights. New figures from airport operator BAA have revealed that London Heathrow remains popular for long-haul flights. The airport recorded its strongest January results on record, with an increase in flights to India and China helping to boost traffic. During the first month of the year, « Continue Reading »

Feb 142011
 

Holidaymakers taking flights to Australia or other long-haul destinations should consider using prepaid credit cards during their trip. Holidaymakers taking flights to Australia or other long-haul destinations should consider using prepaid credit cards during their trip. According to Kevin Harrington, managing director at Global Prepaid Exchange, the use of a prepaid credit card could help to improve security and can be « Continue Reading »

Feb 112011
 

New figures reveal that many UK travellers opt to take flights to Australia for short-term trips. New figures reveal that many UK travellers opt to take flights to Australia for short-term trips. According to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 5.9 million short-term trips were made by overseas people in 2010 – a rise of 0.3 million compared to the « Continue Reading »

Feb 102011
 

Holidaymakers taking flights to New Zealand and Australia could benefit from a new codeshare agreement between Etihad Airways and Air New Zealand. Holidaymakers taking flights to New Zealand and Australia could benefit from a new codeshare agreement between Etihad Airways and Air New Zealand. The new partnership means that Etihad will be able to codeshare on Air New Zealand flights to « Continue Reading »

Feb 102011
 

Flights to Australia could increase following the recent Oprah Winfrey tour of Australia. Flights to Australia could increase following the recent Oprah Winfrey tour of Australia. According to Northern Territory tourism minister Malarndirri McCarthy, the chat-show host has played a crucial part in promoting the attractions of the region, with the tourism board’s website seeing a substantial increase in traffic. « Continue Reading »

Feb 082011
 

A joint alliance between Etihad and Virgin Blue means an increase in flights to Australia from the Middle East. A joint alliance between Etihad and Virgin Blue means an increase in flights to Australia from the Middle East. Australian Authorities have backed the new deal that will allow the two carriers to code-share from this month and will allow non-stop flights « Continue Reading »

Feb 082011
 

Those taking a trip to Australia’s Whitsunday Islands are being assured that the region remains fully accessible, despite the recent flooding in Queensland. Those taking a trip to Australia’s Whitsunday Islands are being assured that the region remains fully accessible, despite the recent flooding in Queensland. According to Tourism Whitsundays, the recent cyclones Anthony and Yasi caused limited damage to « Continue Reading »

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