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Air China to connect Beijing to Brisbane for first time

Air China to connect Beijing to Brisbane for first time

20 September 2017 Airline News Tourism News

Air China will soon begin non-stop flights between Beijing and Brisbane from December 11th. The new route will provide a convenient connection between China’s bustling capital city and the sunny climate of the southern hemisphere, where passengers can experience adventure, and appreciate local art, culture and cuisine.

The Student Hotel outlines plans for Vienna property

The Student Hotel outlines plans for Vienna property

20 September 2017 Hotel News

The Student Hotel will open its first Austrian co-living and co-working destination on the Nordbahnstrasse, at the heart of the up-and-coming second district of Vienna. Construction of the 37,878 sq m Student Hotel is expected to start in early 2018, for an opening in quarter two of 2020.

Hostelworld opens first all-sand hostel in Australia

Hostelworld opens first all-sand hostel in Australia

19 September 2017 Videos

Gold Coast residents this morning woke up to discover the world’s first beachfront hostel made entirely of sand. Hostelworld and Gold Coast Tourism commissioned world champion sand sculptor Dennis Massoud, or ‘Sandman’ as he is known, to create this impressive structure straight out of the very golden sand the area is famed for.

Emirates adds third daily service to Brisbane, Australia

Emirates adds third daily service to Brisbane, Australia

13 May 2017 Airline News

Emirates is introducing a third daily service to Brisbane, Australia from December 2017, complementing the existing two daily services. The direct service, to be operated on a B777-200LR aircraft with eight seats in First Class, 42 in Business Class and 216 in Economy Class, will increase capacity on the route by 3,724 seats a week, inbound and outbound between Brisbane and Emirates’ hub Dubai.

Routes Asia handed over to Brisbane, Australia

Routes Asia handed over to Brisbane, Australia

The annual Routes Asia air service development forum was officially handed over to the Australian city of Brisbane earlier at a ceremony in Okinawa, Japan. Routes Asia brings together airlines, airports, tourism authorities and governments to plan new flights and increase existing services.