Friday, March 29, 2013

Australian Wildlife Offers beyond Imagination!

With a breathtaking range of mammals, birds and reptiles, Australia is perhaps a nation where you take the flights of fancy to a newfound world of unimaginable and ineffable creatures. From lilliputian to humungous and furious to gentle, it is more than capable of overwhelming your senses with out of the blue sights and breathtaking experiences. This is the reason why cheap air travel tickets for Australia bound flights seem to have a short shelf life; they are sold as soon as they are announced!

Turtle Hatchlings
Sighting of a turtle hatchling can be rare, but the country offers fair share of opportunities. During November and February, marine turtles nest along the south Queensland coast and lay over 100 eggs per clutch. You can also check out the nearby islands and catch sight of sea turtles breeding. Nesting sites such as Heron Island, Lady Elliot Island, and Mon Repos Conservation Park are the great bets for those seeking a sure-fire way to make the most of their money spent on flights and holiday deals.

Swim with whale sharks
Air travel tickets for Australia bound flights are like tickets to unlock the once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity of swimming with whale sharks!  Ningaloo Marine Park in Western Australia is a remarkable destination where these colossal creatures appear for mass coral breeding in March and April. Keen tourists can reserve tickets and take delights in the tour. Alternatively, Exmouth and Coral Bay are brimming with operators that provide such adventures from mid-March to mid-July.

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Sydney’s First Ever On-Site Airport Hotel to Open In May

Transit passengers and luxury seekers planning to book tickets on flights arriving in Sydney, Australia in the near future have yet another reason to rejoice as they can now savour top class holiday stays right at the international airport! Sydney’s first and only on-site airport hotel, Rydges Sydney Airport is all set to open in May 2013.

Set to come up at the international terminal of the gateway, the newest 4½ star property features 318 thoughtfully designed guestrooms with breathtaking views of the international runway and city skyline to match the requirement and comfort of luxury seekers booking tickets aboard flights landing in Australia.

Set over 11 floors, the property also features a restaurant, sports bar, gym and 11 different spaces for functions and events, including rooftop spaces to please both leisure and corporate flyers booking tickets on flights to the country and opting to stay here.

The property’s dining extravaganza - The Blackwattle Grill - will serve the best of Australia. The eclectic dining options at the estate are sure to make famished passengers booking tickets aboard Australia flights a happy lot.   

The estate will also feature casual Champs Sports Bar that will boast huge plasma screens, showing all latest sport programs from all over the world, as well as important flight information. The abundance of delicious food and lip-smacking wines and beers right at the gateway of Sydney is sure to please sundowners booking tickets on flights landing in the Australia.

Monday, March 25, 2013

Two Sydney Restaurants with Million-Dollar Views!

The scintillating city of Australia, Sydney knows exactly how to feast the senses with awe-inspiring views and utterly sapid food. It can be best experienced at its mesmerizing eateries that are more than capable of regaling the taste bud and soul in the same breath. Here is a glance at top two enticing restaurants that are attractions in their own right and truly deserve a visit from all those epicureans who reserve tickets for flights landing in this mesmerizing city of Australia. 

ARIA has everything what it takes to be called ‘incredible’! Located on the edge of Sydney Harbour, the marvellous eatery offers a dining experience blending the laidback charm of metropolis and its fervour for food. The wonderful bill of fare comprising the award-winning wine list and scrumptious cuisines has the potential of satiating the senses of even the most discerning epicurean spending on tickets for flights to the destination. The breathtaking vistas of harbour add cherry on the top and make your experience all the more remarkable. The delectable venison with cabbage and poached quince is a signature dish and perhaps the greatest reward of visiting this eatery after getting hold of tickets on flights for an air travel to Australia.  

Bungalow 8
Bungalow 8 on King Street Wharf is a star attraction for all those who hunt for a perfect place to savour the enchanting cocktails and cuisines of Australia. It boasts large tables, open-plan floor design and a great cantina that offer vast opportunities to feast eyes on splendid views of passing fleets and relishing the exotic dishes. Spending some time at this place is well worth the money spent on visiting Sydney and reserving air travel tickets on flights to the city.

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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Philippine Airlines Increases Services to Australia

In a bid to offer more options to those seeking tickets to travel on the Manila-Australia route, Philippine Airlines is enhancing its network in Australia with introduction of new services to three major cities-Brisbane, Darwin and Perth from June 1 2013.

A good number of flights will be offered from Manila to these three destinations in Australia. It is expected that the expansion will cater to the growing demands of leisure and business travellers who seek tickets aboard flights operating on the sector.

The carrier already provides tickets for its current operations to Melbourne and Sydney. With introduction of new connections to Australia, flyers can take advantage of flexibility and wide connectivity when it comes to booking tickets to the country from Manila. Scrumptious onboard food, first-rate in-flight amenities and top-notch entertainment system are some other benefits waiting for fliers booking flights with the airline.

Manila-Brisbane flights (via Darwin) will depart every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 10:05 PM and arrive in Brisbane at 9:20AM (next day); Manila-Darwin follows the same departure schedule but the flights will arrive at 4:00AM (next day). On the other hand, Manila-Perth flights (via Darwin) will leave every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 10:25 PM and arrive in Perth at 7:50AM (next day).

Tickets for the new Australian routes are up for sale. In good news to budget travellers who are looking for cheap travel deals, the airline has announced special promo rates for early birds.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Emirates Increases Flights Services to Perth, Australia

Travellers looking for flights tickets to travel to Australia from the UAE will now have more options available to them. Emirates, the Dubai-based carrier, has launched third daily flight from Dubai to Perth, highlighting the increasing demand for flights tickets on the route.

The airline has also announced the decision to add to the seating capacity of one of its other flights service to Perth - EK424 and EK425 from 1 June, using a Boeing 777-300ER. The added number of seating opportunities will mean more tickets options for fliers seeking travel tickets on the route with the carrier. For economy class travellers looking for comparatively cheap flights tickets, there will be increased tickets options as seats will rise from 216 to 304.

As far as the schedule of newly launched flights is concerned, Flight EK422 will take off from Dubai airport at 2145hrs and land in Perth at 1225hrs next day. For the return flight, tickets seekers will find that Flight EK423 takes off from Australia at 1510hrs and lands in Dubai at 2210hrs.

Tourism Western Australia CEO Stephanie Buckland was hopeful that with the introduction of Emirates’ third daily service to Perth, state’s tourism industry would surely get a boost.

Emirates is on an expansion spree to Australia. Apart from Perth, the carrier has recently added flights services to Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide in Australia.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Hawaiian Airlines Increases Fall Flights Operations to Australia

Tickets seekers contemplating a travel between Hawaii and Australia for fall holidays will soon have added option as Hawaiian Airlines has announced the addition of 27 extra flights between Honolulu and Sydney and Brisbane in Australia from September to October.

These new services will give rise to about 7,700 new air seats on the routes, offering plenty of tickets choices for vacationers who are contemplating a travel to Australia during this beautiful time and hunting for flights tickets.   

The full-service carrier will increase its Sydney-Honolulu operations from daily to 10 flights per week from 11 September to 19 October. While from 13 September to 14 October, the services between Brisbane and Honolulu will be enhanced from three to five per week, adding 10 extra flights to the schedule.

Travellers booking tickets with the airline can take advantage of various luxuries including complimentary meals, drinks and blankets. They can also enjoy the state-of-the-art in-seat video entertainment equipped on Airbus A330 aircraft and main-screen entertainment on Boeing 767s.

The period from September to October is a peak time when the airline experiences high demand for tickets on flights arriving in Australia. It is believed that these additional services will directly benefit the leisure travellers who look for tickets options during this time and may or may not do any good to budget vacationers seeking cheap deals.