Longer beds, larger TVs than in 'regular' business class
Window seats (1A, 1H) are like private suites
Solid Champagne, plus four whisk(e)y options
Full breakfast served very early – 2.5 hours before landing – making the 'continental' option the choice to maximise sleep
These former first class seats are now sold as business class
On short flights across Europe and from other nearby destinations, SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) doesn't offer business class – instead, premium economy, sold under the brand of SAS Plus. Packing in many typical business class perks like priority check-in and boarding, and in some airports, ...
Air New Zealand's home hub lounge at Auckland international airport caters for business class passengers and elite frequent flyers taking not only the relatively short hops to Australia and other surrounding countries, but also those jetting further afield to places like the United States and Sou...
Bendigo Bank's Qantas Platinum Mastercard keeps things simple with a flat frequent flyer earning rate of 0.6 Qantas Points per $1 spent up to 20,000 points per month – that is, unless you reach that ceiling, which means you'll stop being rewarded entirely until the next statement period beg...
As Qantas' Oneworld alliance partner in Russia, S7 Airlines will be the go-to choice of many Australian travellers venturing to the world's largest country, with business class offered on most – but not all – of the airline's jets. Here's what the S7 Airlines business class experienc...
While noise-cancelling headphones may be popular among business travellers, the large over-ear kind aren't always practical, especially if you’re heading to the gym or wandering out and about: and that’s where the smaller Bose SoundSport wireless headphones come in. Offering signific...
With most parts of Europe a good 24 hours of flying time from Australia's east coast, it's very common for Aussie travellers to visit more than one city when they've made such a journey, which can often mean a short flight in 'EuroBusiness' business class. Found aboard SWISS' Airbus A320s and li...
Packaging everything from Qantas first class lounge access and 150,000 bonus Qantas Points at sign-up through to 20% extra status credits and 10% discounts on eligible Qantas flights, the new Qantas Premier Titanium Mastercard is surprisingly aimed not at frequent flyers, but at frequent buyers. ...
Inflight WiFi is becoming increasingly more common – and expected – on long international flights, and is progressively appearing on shorter trans-Tasman hops as well, helping business travellers prepare for their busy journey ahead, keep tabs on the office or to simply stay in touch ...×
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