• https://www.executivetraveller.com/w-hotel-sydney-to-open-2019 

  • Completely agree with your sentiments, I also believe this also must tie in with much greater scrutiny of staff, luggage, cargo and security personnel at airports. In my opinion, Australians are too relaxed about the threat. We should be vigilant, the threat is only growing and wil...

  • It's 2017, surely we should be thinking of moving towards electronic identification that includes the persons biometrics, this would allow the use of biometric scanning to confirm identity. Advantages of this would also be having all travel documentation connected with yo...

  • Flown this route from SYD many times via LAN, Aerolineas (when they used to fly to SYD, I still have nightmares about their aircraft) and Qantas. My personal preference is Qantas on the 747 as it's a straight hop to SCL then connect to anything headed to AEP or EZE (AEP makes for e...

  • As someone who regularly has to make contact with Qantas via their call centre, I've never had the luck of waiting less than 5 minutes but generally wait anywhere from 20 minutes to 1 hour with the later being more common than not. It is completely unacceptable for any mo...

  • Security Portal Screening

    Jul 31, 2017, 12:20 PM

    Interesting that the guard gave you that type of information, I would've thought that they would check for that also. My personal opinion is that security in and around airports has always been too lax in Australia. Given the evolving nature of terrorism and their capabilities to evade ...

  • I recently flew Asiana HKG-ICN and ICN-TAS return in J. OK service, old planes/interior, food/drink offering and entertainment lacking. I also note the heavy use of the seatbelt sign to the point that people just ignore it which was concerning. Whilst I appreciate there are not many opt...