Ben Sandilands August 20, 2013 2 Comments
Sick of airports, carrier computer collapses, lousy legroom, and all that? Take a ship instead.
Ben Sandilands May 11, 2013 3 Comments
Somewhere on the lower slopes of the Blue Mountains tonight a party of 21 are resting up after day one of a re-enactment of the first documented European crossing of the ranges 200 years ago.
Ben Sandilands April 7, 2013 14 Comments
There were 816 unread emails waiting for Plane Talking this morning, most of them bulk deleted thanks to a wickedly good yet imperfect filtering system. Among them, from the Larry Pickering hate crazed loonies and liars factions, was one about a ‘muslim girl, a parrot, a pet shop and Christmas Island.’
Ben Sandilands February 20, 2013 9 Comments
Qantas may have handed consumers a way to beat some bank charges or reconsider how they currently use bank issued credit cards with its new chip enabled frequent flyer cards
Ben Sandilands October 30, 2012 10 Comments
Proposals to levy Australian passport holders making overseas trips carry risks that merit careful consideration. At the outset, the question must be asked how many cents per dollar, after bureaucratic costs, would actually be realised for the purpose of bailing out fools who don’t take out travel insurance? Would it be 10 cents in the […]
Ben Sandilands October 4, 2012 4 Comments
The next big thing in air travel may be hands free 'robot' suit cases. But will they go up in flames?