Qantas has opened the doors to a new 300-seat lounge at Hong Kong International Airport, offering travellers a new standard of luxury.
Qatar Airways has unveiled a new Business Class cabin for their fleet of Airbus A330-200 and A320 planes.
Singapore’s Changi Airport has been voted the world’s best airport by travellers for the second year in a row.
Emirates’ Airbus A380 service to Los Angeles from its Dubai hub has become the world’s longest A380 flight in operation.
Korean Air will allow the use of portable electronic devices uninterrupted throughout the duration of all flights.
As the “Bring Your Own Device” phenomenon continues to grow in companies throughout the US, new concerns arise as these companies implement BYOD policies into their global operations.
KLM has unveiled its refreshed Business Class cabin, which the airline has renamed its World Business Class, featuring new interiors, full-flat seats, and updated amenities.
Air travellers might be surprised to learn that topping the list of the world’s busiest airports isn’t ever-expanding London Heathrow, major Middle East hub, Dubai, or even Beijing, serving the capital of the largest country in the world.
You’ve got a two-day meeting in London, then a conference in Munich. You return to Australia with a stop off in Hong Kong.
It all sounds glamorous, but how will you cope with the jet lag?
Regional Hong Kong carrier Dragonair will begin rolling out its new First Class seating aboard select Airbus A330-300 airplanes in the first quarter of 2014.