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Window Seat 20 Nov 17

THE US navy has suspended a flight crew which shocked citizens of Washington state by drawing a gigantic penis in the sky with their fighter plane. The airborne phallus attracted plenty of attention on social media, with scores of amused users posting the obscene image (above) on Twitter and Instagram. The Navy didn’t think it was so funny, issuing a formal statement saying “we find this absolutely unacceptable, of zero training value and we are holding the crew accountable” according to USA Today. The post Window Seat 20 Nov 17 appeared first on Travel Daily. Source: Travel...

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Accor salutes local heroes

ACCORHOTELS honoured everyday heroes who serve their communities on Fri, by inviting them to visit more than 1,900 global properties, including 70 hotels in Australia. Made up of firefighters, nurses, teachers, craftspeople, small businesses and local residents, the event was an opportunity for the hotelier to thank the individuals for their service. Heroes were honoured with lunches, BBQs and cocktails at properties including Ibis Styles Hobart and Novotel Manly. Pictured is a group of local heros with Accor staff in Sydney. The post Accor salutes local heroes appeared first on Travel Daily. Source: Travel...

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QF mustard fuel

NEXT year Qantas will operate the world’s first bio-fuel flight between the US and Australia. In collaboration with World Fuel Services and Altair Fuels, the Los Angeles to Melbourne Dreamliner flight will take to the air early next year, powered by Brassica Carinata, a non-food, industrial type of mustard seed. Qantas Int’l ceo, Alison Webster said the flight would mark the first step in developing an aviation biofuel supply in Australia. “Our work with Agrisoma will enable Australian farmers to start growing today for the country’s biofuel needs of the future.” The post QF mustard fuel appeared first on Travel Daily. Source: Travel...

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World Dream debut

DREAM Cruises’ new ship World Dream arrived at its new homeport of Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore last week. More than 800 guests turned up to welcome the 150,695-tonne cruise ship with a special ceremony and a fireworks display. World Dream will sail from Singapore to a number of Southeast Asian ports of call including North Bali, Indonesia and Macleod Island in Myanmar. Dream Cruises has entered into a three-year tripartite partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board and Changi Airport Group which will see over SGD28m invested in promoting Singapore as a key tourism & fly/cruise destination. The post World Dream debut appeared first on Travel Daily. Source: Travel...

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Travel Specials 17 Nov 17

WELCOME to Travel Specials, Travel Daily’s Friday feature. If your firm has released a travel special you’d like to make the industry aware of, send the details to Trafalgar Tours has extended its $699 return flight deal to Europe. The special can be accessed when travellers book select 2018 Europe and Britain departures before 14 Dec. See Savings of up to 10% are on offer with AAT Kings’ earlybird deal on select 2018 Australian guided holidays or Inspiring Journeys booked before 27 Nov 2017. The offer is subject to availability. Visit Insight Vacations is making trips...

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