When love’s too hard to find on the ground, look up! Image: Wego
For most flying is a monotonous occasion where there is little more to do than sleep, read or half watch a movie, however some were lucky enough to witness everything from proposals to serenades to pure coincidences that only cupid could concoct for a 12 hour flight. Continue reading →
How efficient are major airports today? Image: tracygallagher.com
Heathrow has been a gateway to Europe for as long as anyone can remember, but should it or even London be the first stop for Europe travellers today or is a shift in the London mindset in order.According to recently released Heathrow Airport statistics, the airport welcomed just under 70million passengers in 2012, compared to 61.6million at Paris’s Charles de Gaulle and 57.5million at Germany’s Frankfurt Airport. Continue reading →
Watch out James Bond, rats have taken an interest in Aston Martins! Image: AlBargan
Apparently our local rats have improved their tastes from old cheese to Aston Martins.
An Adelaide liquidator, Ian Lock, is alleging that his two week old, $300k, Aston Martin sustained $9000 worth of damage to its internal electronics system after Mr Locke left the vehicle with the Qantas valet service at Adelaide Airport on 16 August last year.
To join the Mile High Club, a little more effort is required.
Travellers are seeing more than just clouds at 35,000 feet, according to a new study, which found 15 percent of respondents from Asia Pacific claiming to have witnessed some form of sexual conduct on board an aircraft.
The rivalry between Aussies and Kiwis has always been present, so it must be a sense of impending doom (the world is going to end on 21 December, remember!) that has caused travellers to pick their choice of in flight performers from the other side of the Tasman. Continue reading →