Four Perfect Days in Sydney on Travel to Australia

July 7, 2018 1:00 pm

Going on natural beauty, Australia couldn’t ask for a much more perfect gateway than Sydney. Greeting visitors with its magnificent harbour and the gleaming white sails of Sydney Opera House, Australia’s first and largest city makes use of its natural geography like few others. Not one to rest on its...

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Facial recognition test for Sydney airport users

July 6, 2018 2:00 pm

Facial recognition test for Sydney airport users Last updated 08:28, July 6 2018 Qantas passengers at Sydney Airport are being invited to take part in a test of facial recognition technology that Australian authorities say is the most advanced biometrics trial ever conducted. “In the future, there will be no more...

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Vortex Sends Qantas A380 Into Terrifying Nosedive

June 15, 2018 11:21 am

Home » Vortex Sends Qantas A380 Into Terrifying Nosedive   Vortex Sends Qantas A380 Into Terrifying Nosedive You’re sitting in your seat, two hours into a 15-hour flight. All of a sudden, without any warning, the plane nosedives toward the ocean…for 10 seconds. That’s what happened to passengers aboard Qantas 94...

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On board the Tigerair flight from hell: Six-hour delays, people throwing rubbish and the police called in to calm down furious passengers.

June 13, 2018 10:39 am

A passenger flying Tigerair Australia between Sydney and Melbourne has blasted the airline for what they have described as the ‘flight from hell’. Police had to be called in to deal with unruly flyers and a customer urinated near the departure gate, the passenger told Daily Mail Australia, after one of the budget...

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Qantas Looking to Stretch Route Network Even Further by 2022

June 10, 2018 10:01 pm

Earlier this year, Qantas broke a boundary the pioneers of Australian aviation would have never dreamed when the airline was founded in the md-20th century. In March, the carrier’s Boeing 787-9 made history, flying non-stop from Perth—located on the west coast of the Oceanic nation—to London.

Plane crash on Melbourne street, pilot killed

June 8, 2018 11:42 pm

A 50-year-old pilot was killed when his plane crashed through powerlines on to a suburban Melbourne street, bursting into flames and sending a ‘channel’ of fuel flowing down the road in front of terrified residents. The pilot, who’s name has not been released at the request of his family, was...

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