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On the hierarchy of needs of airline passengers Wi-Fi is fast becoming a must, especially for the business traveller.
Even in this era of nearly unlimited connectivity sometimes you’ve just got to hit the road, or the air, to get the job done.
Beating the check in queues, punching through security and getting in the taxi rank first are all benefits from being a carry on traveller.
THE Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) is flying high after soaring to 13 nominations in this year's Women In Travel Awards.
Today's high flyers rely more than ever on their travel tech, from laptops to iPads to smartphones along with must-have accessories such as noise-cancelling headphones.
What would the limit of your company's resources be if you ran into trouble or had a medical emergency while on a business trip?
Frequent flyer and loyalty programs are big business for airlines to satisfy existing members and attract new ones.
Airline alliances are so commonplace now that passengers forget the concept is still relatively new.
James Gregory Wilson talks to us about how he gets the most from the close to 20 conferences yearly.
New ways of working are taking over the economy and the charge is being led at the small end of town.
Passengers using the Qantas Domestic Business Lounge and Qantas Club at Melbourne Airport are set to benefit from a major upgrade with more seating and new dining options.
There are plenty of eco-friendly initiatives being implemented airlines, hotels and car hire companies that can help you do the right thing by the planet.