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Which airlines fly between the US and Australia?

There are currently seven airlines that fly between the US and Australia from Los Angeles alone. With multiple daily non-stop services, the competition has never been hotter, and for passengers, it’s never been a cheaper time to travel.

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British Airways 787 Premium Economy review – Nashville to London

In the last several years, British Airways (BA) has embarked on a North American expansion, made possible, in part, because of their fleet of economical 787 Dreamliners.

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America to Cuba Flights Announced

With no scheduled air service between the U.S.A. and Cuba for over half-a-century, the newly granted air rights are set to boost Cuba’s tourism and economy, with six airlines now cleared for take-off.

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Central Wisconsin Airport Set to Unveil New Terminal

Some good news in the regional aviation sector with the completion of the 5 year, $38 million project to renovate and expand Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA).

Serving the Wausau / Stevens Point region, the airport will host a ‘Grand Re-Opening’ and ribbon cutting ceremony on June 9, 2016 for the official unveiling of its stylish new terminal.

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American Airlines Begins Dreamliner Service Between LAX and Chicago

Qantas passengers travelling from Australia to Chicago will soon be able to fly the popular 787 Dreamliner when connecting with American Airlines at Los Angeles International Airport.

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Our big bird; the mighty Qantas Boeing 747-400 on arrival back to Adelaide.

World’s Safest And Most Unsafe Airlines

Airline safety is a big factor in a person’s decision to fly, or not to fly, to their destination. The list of the world’s safest and most unsafe airlines has just been released from Australian ratings company which marks each airline out of seven stars based on select criteria.

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American Airlines 777-300ER landing in Sydney, Australia

American Airlines Readies for Sydney Service with Promo Tour

It’s been a busy couple of years for American Airlines. In just the last twelve months, the Dallas/Ft. Worth based airline successfully worked its way through a number of prickly challenges. As part of the completed merger with US Airways, American successfully integrated the reservations systems and frequent flyer programs of the two airlines while amalgamating airport facilities and labour seniority lists.

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Top 10 World’s Best Airlines – Skytrax Awards

For the third time in five years, Qatar Airways has taken out the gong for best airline in the world. The Skytrax World Airline Awards for 2015 were determined by 18.9 million reviewers world-wide. But who rounded out the top 10 world’s best airlines? Find out here.

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Antarctica mountain ranges stretching towards the horizon.

Antarctica Flying – An Interview With Qantas 747 Captain Rob Meek

It may be the world’s largest continent, but so much is unknown about remote, mountainous Antarctica. A land of mystery, intrigue and adventure, it’s no wonder this icy destination features high on many traveller’s bucket lists. The flying kangaroo has taken us even further down under with this one day sightseeing tour from Adelaide to Antarctica.

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Our Most Viewed Blog Articles in 2014 Are…

Our 2014 goal of more travel was certainly achieved and a resolution we didn’t mind keeping! So much so that we decided to keep the same resolution in 2015.  We wrote about just some of those wonderful travel experiences here and we have loved sharing them with you. So we thought we’d take a quick look at some of our most popular blogs last year. Here is a look at the highlights of 2014.

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Destination USA!

America’s 35 Busiest Airports…Can you guess number one?

We’ve all been there – running from gate to gate trying to make a connection at a major hub airport, scrambling our way through throngs of passengers. Each year US airports seem to be getting busier and busier. But which airports rank as the busiest in America? And how are these rankings measured?

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