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Behind the scenes of Harmony of the Seas

Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest ever cruise ship, is now 80 per cent complete. To get us excited about the ship’s debut, and let us see what a cruise ship really looks like without it’s makeup, Royal Caribbean International have...

Airline surcharge fees set to fall

There’s good news for Australian travellers. The Turnbull Government has revealed plans to ban unfair credit card surcharges. While that sounds a little dry at first glance, it’s actually a very big deal. The change means the cost of...

Tigerair unveils new look

Proving a Tiger can change it’s stripes, Australian low-cost carrier Tigerair has announced a swathe of changes to it’s fleet, uniforms, and booking system at an event in Melbourne. Tigerair CEO Rob Sharp was at Tigerair’s head office at Melbourne...

Celebrity Solstice returns to Sydney Harbour

Australia’s highest rated cruise ship, Celebrity Solstice has returned to Sydney Harbour with the glamour of a Hollywood star as she gets ready to kick off her fourth cruising season down under.  The modern ship brings a number of “firsts” to...

Qantas announce Retro Roo II

Marty McFly and the Doc aren’t the only ones who are going back to the future this year. Qantas has announced its plans to bring more Australian aviation nostalgia to the skies with a second Boeing 737-800 to be painted in a retro livery, as...

Elements of Byron Resort “on track”

Newly released images of Elements of Byron, the new $100 million resort currently under construction in Byron Bay, show the beachfront development is on track for it’s scheduled Feb 1st 2016 opening. All 94 villas have now been constructed, with...

Dawn Princess cruises over to P&O

Capitalising on Australia’s never ending lust for cruising, Carnival Australia has announced a Down Under reshuffle with Dawn Princess set to cruise over to join the P&O fleet in May 2017. Under the changes, Princess Cruises’ Australian...

Byte Size Travel News: 8th Oct 15

Everyone's favourite secret agent leads the charge in this installment of Byte Size Travel News, with a new hotel for Hobart and a big change coming to Australia's increasingly crowded waters in 2017. 

Scoot Dreamliners take to the skies

Singapore-based budget airline Scoot has made history as the first airline in the world to offer an all Dreamliner fleet, taking delivery of it’s seventh Boeing 787 Dreamliner earlier this month. Scoot CEO, Campbell Wilson says since deploying...