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Is this the end of First Class flying?

by Hannah Edensor

We were mortified at the thought that First Class could die out. Ok, mortified is exaggerating, given we’ve never sat there. Downcast, perhaps?

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New website captures vibrant business event destination

Business Events Tasmania has a new website and it’s ready to show off. But not in a smug sort of way, more like a proud parent.

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Langham offers ‘no strings attached’

Langham calls its latest event planning program ‘No Strings Attached’ so of course we’re using a photo of the movie by the same name. No, there’s no connection.

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Airbnb brings ‘Trips’ to Sydney

Airbnb is pushing hard with its ‘Trips’ offering down under. Although we’re not suggesting there’s any psychedelic drug activity going on.

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Passengers to board planes just using face recognition tech

by Daisy Melwani

All you need is a face to be able to board a plane these days. Wait a minute, we’re pretty sure that was a requirement before new measures were implemented.

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Melbourne ups style with funky new hotel

If it’s possible, Melbourne is set to get even more fashionable as TFE reveals its latest venture. Yes, we’re sucking up to Melbourne before we head there on a holiday.

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Qantas Wi-Fi fails to launch

by Hannah Edensor

Just like the movie ‘Failure to Launch’, Qantas has experienced some difficulties in its Wi-Fi launch. On second thoughts, it’s got nothing to do with the movie.

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Will travel insurance cover checked-in electronics?

by Hannah Edensor

The question of the day is, ‘Will travel insurance be there when your checked-in laptop breaks?’ That and ‘What will we have for lunch today?’

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Conferences

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Major Rotary conference coming to Port Stephens

We thought this said ‘Rotisserie conference’ and were about to pack our spit skewers until someone pointed out our mistake.

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How US electronics ban will affect business travellers

by Hannah Edensor

We heard Emirates’ boss threw his laptop at the wall in a rage following this news. Yes, that’s a totally fabricated lie.

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Last chance to apply for MEETINGS buyer programme

It was the last chance to sign up for our old high school’s cheerleading team yesterday too, although at 25 we think the ship might have sailed.

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Melbourne gears up for Public Health congress

One of the world’s most important conversations on public health is heading to Melbourne, and to celebrate we decided to use a photo of kids with fruit.

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