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US votes to tighten Visa rules

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The US House of Representatives has voted overwhelmingly to tighten restrictions on travel to America by citizens of the 38 nations, including Australia, who are allowed to enter the country without obtaining a Visa. The bill, the second major piece of security legislation...

Beat Jet Lag this Holiday Season

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How to Beat Jet Lag these holidays Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, jet lag can put a dampener on your first days in a new time zone. Symptoms like headaches, an upset stomach, or general sleepiness can ruin the beginning of your trip. As frequent travellers,...

Paris Attacks cost Airlines

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Despite efforts by French tourism authorities to talk up the situation, the financial impact of the 13 November 2015 attacks in Paris is now becoming clear. Air France-KLM estimates the impact on its own revenue at 50 million euros (AUD 76.3 million) – but the airline says it...

Family Holiday Tips

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To make your next family holiday the best one yet, these simple yet effective family holiday tips will ensure everything runs as smoothly as possible. 1. Look for the T-QUAL Tick Make sure your family getaway lives up to your expectations by looking for the T-QUAL Tick when...

American Football is heading to Sydney

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American Football is coming to Sydney with University of California set to play the University of Hawaii in the opening round of the 2016 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division One College Football Championships. The match will be held at 2pm on Saturday, 27...

Qantas sets sights on NYC

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Speaking in Sydney this week, Alan Joyce said the carrier currently sends around 300 people a day to New York – but unfortunately aircraft restrictions means they’re currently flying to the destination either via Los Angeles or Dallas. However, as soon as engineers unveil an...

Reconsider your need to travel to Egypt

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Distressing news recently as officials claim that the recent crash of a Russian charter flight full of holiday makers over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula was the result of a bomb. Russian authorities have since cancelled flights to the country. As a result of the incident, the...

Crowne Plaza Sydney CBD

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InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has signed a management agreement with Beijing-based development company, Ausbao Pty Ltd, for a new 160-room Crowne Plaza hotel in Sydney’s CBD. Crowne Plaza Sydney Darling Harbour is in a key location close to the new Sydney International...

Emirates introduces new in-flight toys

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Emirates has released its newest range of toys, the Fly with Me Animals for infants and toddlers and specially designed Fly with Me Lonely Planet activity bags for those aged between six and 12 years old. The new toys are now available on board, ahead of the upcoming holiday...

Airlines warned of missiles

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Airlines have been warned of the dangers of missiles flying under flight paths when passing over Iran, Iraq and the Caspian Sea as Russia. Although it stopped short of recommending carriers avoid the airspace altogether, the European Aviation Safety Agency did say it had been...
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