Anyone who’s flown on a commercial airline in recent years (hopefully you still remember it) will very quickly tell you the process is expensive, time-consuming and, for the most part, painful. Ask most regular travellers and they would love to find a way to make the entire process easier and more like that of a… Read more »
Domino’s has announced the launch of an AI assistant that will be plugged into the brand’s site and mobile app to allow customers to order food using voice.
Training existing and new businesses with the knowledge to fly drones and apply them to their work is Perth drone training startup Global Drone Solutions.
Melbourne startup Airly taking cues from US counterpart SurfAir to launch a private airline for movers and shakers
Airly is set to launch what they call a ‘hybrid’ airline for high-flyers; your CEOs and managing directors. It will essentially work through a subscription model, with clients paying a one-off $1000 joining fee and then a minimum of $2500 a month for unlimited flights between Melbourne, Sydney, and Canberra on an 8-seater King Air 350. With the startup set to launch with three planes, it will offer 54 flights a week between the three cities, with the stability of membership fees helping ensure that each flight jets off whether it’s flying full or with just one passenger.