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Record Melbourne Airport passenger performance in December 2017

Melbourne Airport has hit a record for passengers. Meanwhile, we’ve hit a record in how many gummy lollies we can eat in an hour.

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Hotels

InterContinental Sydney wins big at World Travel Awards

InterCon has come out swinging at the World Travel Awards. Though we’re not saying anyone got dizzy.

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Conferences

Gold Coast Business Events host Japanese ITOs in Sydney

The Gold Coast Business Events are bringing Japanese ITOs to Sydney. We’d like to offer our couch if anyone needs it.

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Exhibitions

Norwest Productions named audio provider for 2018 Commonwealth Games

Norwest has been tapped from the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Although sadly for us, dog petting is not considered a sport.

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Conferences

Brisbane Marketing appoints new Convention Bureau GM

Bring out the paper plates and get ready to cut the cake, there’s new employees in the industry!

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Aviation

“We use larger aircraft”: Qantas responds to poorly ranked fuel efficiency

by Daisy Doctor

Qantas is rivalling the Kardashians with their media attention this week. We’ll also take some media attention if there’s extra going around?

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Aviation

The real reason to call crew if your phone falls between plane seats

We were shocked when we learnt the real reason we’re not supposed to pick up dropped phones on planes. Although we had just stuck our finger in a powerpoint.

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Aviation

Big Fat Airline Wrap

If you read one thing today, Travel Weekly recommends you make it this. Or, if you prefer celebs in bikinis, then the Daily Mail.

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Aviation

Qantas flight departs without passenger’s luggage

Qantas is in the naughty corner after a “mechanical fault” saw 100 bags left off a plane. We’re also in the naughty corner for throwing coins at our boss.

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Destinations

Busiest month ever at Christchurch Airport

Christchurch is fast becoming an epicentre of international travel. Meanwhile, we have become an epicentre of pizza crumbs.

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Conferences

World-class Saxton Speakers at AIME

Things are really heating up for AIME which takes place in February. The speakers list that is, not the temperature of the event.

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Destinations

How well do you know these 2018 travel trends?

Test your knowledge on all the big travel trends for 2018, although if you guess right, we can only offer stale popcorn as a prize.

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