• Photos: new Qantas first class pyjamas, amenity kit

    Qantas' first class pyjamas are going 'fashion forward' with a new design from Melbourne-born, Paris-based couturier Martin Grant. These prêt-à-porter PJs borrow subtle cues from the Qantas uniforms such as a dusky French navy, while the matching slippers incorporate a flash of ...

    POSTED 28 Sep, 2016 38 Comments

  • Qantas eyes direct Sydney-Paris, Melbourne-Rome flights

    Non-stop flights from Sydney and Melbourne to Europe's major cities could become the secret weapon in Qantas' international network. Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has pencilled Sydney-Paris and Melbourne-Rome onto the “here’s where we could fly” route map, in a move which would see the...

    POSTED 23 Sep, 2016 6 Comments

  • New Qantas business class lounge for Brisbane

    Qantas has begun the heavy work on its all-new business lounge at Brisbane Airport's domestic terminal, and if all goes according to plan, inside of six months – or "early 2017", according to the airline's timetable – Brisbane's business class travellers and Platinum frequent flyers w...

    POSTED 22 Sep, 2016 0 Comments

  • September's sweetest Qantas frequent flyer credit card sign-up deals

    You could be swimming in Qantas frequent flyer points this September by applying for a new credit card from American Express, ANZ, Citibank or HSBC, with a mighty 285,000 Qantas Points on the table between them. But more reasonably, just a single card application could return as many as 80,000 Q...

    POSTED 19 Sep, 2016 0 Comments

  • How to get a Qantas, Virgin Australia frequent flyer status match

    Most frequent flyers achieve their prized Gold or Platinum status the hard way – clocking up endless hours of bum-numbing miles in business class (or, worse, economy). However, Qantas and Virgin Australia offer selected travellers a shortcut to that shiny card using little-known ...

    POSTED 19 Sep, 2016 0 Comments

  • Qantas will begin direct Melbourne-Tokyo flights in December

    Qantas will launch daily direct flights between Melbourne and Tokyo in December, resurrecting a route axed in 2008 due to rising fuel costs. The flights will run on an Airbus A330 fitted out with Qantas' latest Business Suite business class (below) to and from Tokyo's Narita Airport. Narita A...

    POSTED 16 Sep, 2016 25 Comments

  • Check out the Spring 2016 menu at the Qantas first class lounge

    Spring is here, and with it the new seasonal Spring menu at the Qantas First Lounges at Sydney and Melbourne international airports. If you're reading this article before lunch, we apologise in advance. Breakfast: served from 5am to noon As always, the breakfast menu sees few new dishes. Every...

    POSTED 13 Sep, 2016 0 Comments

  • The best business class seats flying between Sydney and Auckland

    Travellers are spoiled for choice when flying from Sydney to Auckland and back again with no fewer than six airlines offering business class seats and service at the pointy end. That list includes Qantas, Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand, along with more far-flung carriers in Emirates, LATAM...

    POSTED 13 Sep, 2016 0 Comments

  • Can I use Cathay Pacific lounges if I'm on a Qantas flight?

    Can I use Cathay Pacific airport lounges if I'm travelling on a Qantas flight? Yes. Cathay Pacific and Qantas are both members of the Oneworld airline alliance, and eligible travellers on any Oneworld member can use the lounges of any other Oneworld airline. This means that if you're flying wit...

    POSTED 6 Sep, 2016 0 Comments

  • Qantas CEO would like to order 45 more Boeing 787s if the first ones prove their worth

    While Qantas remains bullish on the prospects of the Boeing 787, it won't be rushing to order more until the first red-tailed Dreamliners have taken wing – and proved they can turn a clear profit for the airline. That could mean a second tranche of the next-gen jets won't be inked until at...

    POSTED 1 Sep, 2016 34 Comments

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