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The world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft could enter service by 2035, Airbus says.
The double-decker jet will help Airbus chart a course into zero-emission flying.
Taiwan’s flag-carrier will also celebrate 20 years flying to Brisbane in 2023.
Changes are afoot at Singapore’s popular and dare we say iconic airport hotel.
With no sign of Virgin Australia launching those promised Brisbane-Tokyo flights, Qantas is set to soar…
The Fijian carrier is expanding its international reach, with a possible A350 upgrade also waiting in the wings.
We wonder what Richard Branson had in mind when he laid claim to the catchy phrase?
The former SkyTeam member China’s largest airline could join Oneworld, with British Airways and American Airlines in support.
The carrier is once again pulling the plug on the route, less than five years after resurrecting it.
After a lengthy absence, the Singaporean superjumbo will finally make a welcome return to Melbourne.
It’ll be hard to return to cramped airplane bathrooms after a peek inside these spacious well-appointed first class washrooms.
But can you summon a glass of bubbles by saying “Accio, Champagne” ?
Luxurious and indulgent; Singapore Airlines' first class is an experience to be savoured.
Both the Gulf airlines are bringing back their A380s, and there’s arguably no better way to fly from Perth to Europe or the UK.
Flagship Suites will feature on long-range flights, offering privacy doors and a chaise lounge-style seating option.
Facial recognition is becoming the new ‘express ticket’ for boarding or entering the frequent flyer lounge.
Artificial intelligence algorithms are processing reams of data to fine-tune airfares in ways that may surprise you.
It’s one of the signature experiences of a business or first class flight on the Emirates superjumbo.