With Korean Air no longer selling first class aboard its Airbus A330 jets from June 2019, passengers travelling to Seoul from both Sydney and Brisbane now have the opportunity to fly in that former first class zone, when holding a business class ticket. In the section we're calling 'business cla...
Planning a business class journey with Cathay Pacific? There's a good chance you'll find yourself aboard the airline's Airbus A330 aircraft during your travels, which appear regularly on flights to Australia and to destinations across Asia for connecting passengers. While not as large as Cathay ...
Hong Kong Airlines' Airbus A330 business class service tempts travellers not just with fully-flat beds and direct aisle access, but also with affordable fares much closer to premium economy than a typical business class ticket. In fact, a return booking on the airline's sole Australian route &nd...
Malaysia Airlines is on the come-back track, with the troubled airline replacing its slanted business class seats with fully-flat beds on all A330 flights to Australia by late September. The first of the airline’s reinvigorated Airbus A330s is now in service with the rest of the fleet...
With three daily flights from Brisbane to Singapore including morning, mid-afternoon and late evening departures, Singapore Airlines provides business travellers with the most robust schedule of any airline serving the route. Aboard SQ's Airbus A330s, business class passengers can stretch out in...
With fully-flat beds in Etihad business class, direct aisle access for every passenger on every long haul flight and an inflight menu that lets you dine on what you like, when you like, Etihad and codeshare partner Virgin Australia give the Qantas/Emirates alliance a real run for its money. Join...
Travelling to Seoul recently, I picked Qantas partner Asiana, a Star Alliance member and the second largest South Korean airline. It runs flights from Sydney to Seoul daily on the A330-300 with business and economy class. While Qantas adds its QF code to this flight as a codeshare, Asiana w...
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