Could Australia return to having just one major airline? What would that look like for passengers?
Craig is one of Australia's most experienced digital editors. He is managing editor of Traveller.com.au having had responsibility for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age’s travel sites and digital products since 2007. With more than 18 years of experience in digital media, Craig is passionate about bringing a unique perspective on travelling to our digital audience, utilising the vast potential of new media.
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