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.

Etihad Airways will start flying nonstop daily from Perth to Abu Dhabi, from July 15 this year.

Etihad Airways, national airline of the United Arabs Emirates (UAE), has been named the world’s leading airline in the latest World Travel Awards.

In this article we consider the importance for SMEs to identify the inventors of a patent application correctly and steps that can be taken to prevent inventorship disputes.

In this latest blog from IP experts Spruson and Ferguson, they ask is having a patent important to protect your product.

In the fourth article in our series on the use of Intellectual Property (IP) by small and medium businesses (SMEs), we discuss some further thoughts shared with us by inventors who have gone through the process of conceiving an invention and developing the invention to a market-ready product.

David Thomas shares his thoughts on working with BRIC nations in his latest blog post.