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If you’re lucky enough to fly in first class, your pointy end long-haul flight is about to get even fancier. Qantas is going to be using the Samsung Gear VR, and the accompanying Galaxy Note 4, for in-flight entertainment for its first-class customers.
18 January 2015
With so many hacks out there recently, your first instinct might be to look at your credit cards and bank accounts after a breach. If you’ve racked up lots of frequent flyer points, you should check those accounts also.
15 January 2015
iOS: If you’d like to see the world, Tripnary is an awesome iPhone app that can help you fulfil your wanderlust on a budget. The app lets you save cities and attractions you want to visit as well as discover new ones with a simple swipe through travel photos.
12 January 2015
iOS/Android: Being afraid to fly is pretty common, and a lot of that fear comes from the unknown. The SOAR app on iOS and Android provides you information on flying and airliners from an experience commercial pilot to help make your flight less stressful.
1 January 2015
While in-flight internet is becoming more common, flying usually means being cut off from the internet for a few hours. If you’re overwhelmed by too many distractions, taking an “plane day” to cut off communication can help you catch up on work.
24 December 2014
Flatulence is common when you’re flying. The BBC explains the science of why we fart more on aeroplanes and offers some tips on reducing this discomfort and avoid being that person passing gas on the plane.
23 December 2014
When flying in Australia, you only have a choice of four major airlines (and often less depending on your destination). Choosing airlines in the United States is much more difficult — which is where this guide can help. We’ve ranked US airlines based on their reliability, customer experience and propensity to charge extra fees.
20 December 2014
Last week, Quartz published an article showcasing photographs pilots have taken from the cockpit of aircraft to post on Instagram. As explained in the story, by taking these photos — many of which appear to have been snapped during flight, take-off, or landing — pilots are violating the rules of the air. This is certainly the case in the United States and the European Union, for example, but what about elsewhere?
A computer system outage that means Jetstar can’t lodge any flight plans has stopped all flights by the no-frills airline across Australia this morning, leading to delays across the network and potential hassles for other passengers. Here are some steps you can take to deal with it.
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