A guaranteed empty seat next to you for extra elbow room
Choice of lounges at Zurich Airport
You're still travelling in an economy seat
No charging ports
You're flying from Switzerland, so save room for the Swiss chocolate (with Champagne, of course)
As the go-to lounge for SWISS and Star Alliance business class passengers taking long international flights from Zurich Airport, the SWISS Business Lounge E is a refreshing place to await your flight. Offering an outdoor terrace with views towards the Swiss Alps, a live cooking station with dish...
Designed as a better-than-business-class lounge by an airline that doesn't actually have first class, EVA Air's The Garden lounge at Taipei's Taoyuan Airport caters solely to the airline's top Diamond-tier frequent flyers. With cooked-to-order meals, a full cocktail bar and high ceilings providi...
With three dedicated first class lounges at its Dubai hub, the Emirates first class lounge in Terminal 3's Concourse C is the least-visited of them all, given its location down the far end of the airport. That tends to make it the quietest place in the terminal to relax and unwind, but while the...
Passengers travelling across the Atlantic have a plethora of airlines to choose from, but for many business travellers – particularly those working in time-sensitive industries like finance – having access to inflight WiFi is a big attraction, and could be a reason to choose one airli...
Emirates first started flying the Airbus A380 in 2008, being one of the earlier airlines to pair a fully-flat bed in business class with direct aisle access from every seat, and now flies the superjumbo to over 40 destinations worldwide. Australian Business Traveller last reviewed Emirates' A380...
The Lufthansa Senator Lounge A50 at Frankfurt Airport could best be described as "better than business class but not quite first class", given business class passengers have no access here unless also holding the right frequent flyer card, yet the airline's own first class flyers have access to a...
Inflight Internet is rapidly becoming expected and second-nature on international flights, and it's now at the stage where I notice when WiFi is not available, rather than when it is – so it was no surprise to find connectivity on tap on a recent EVA Air flight from London to Taipei via Ban...
Although the United Club at London Heathrow Terminal 2 was designed with US-bound travellers in mind, T2 is home to no less than 25 Star Alliance airlines, and if you're flying business class with any one of them, or have a shiny Star Alliance Gold card, you can choose to visit this lounge instea...×
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