At its home hub of Manila and Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Philippine Airlines operates an international business class lounge for passengers jetting abroad. However, unless you're playing it safe and allowing plenty of time for the unpredictable Manila traffic, this is not a lounge to arr...
Being one of the largest destinations for Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon outside of Hong Kong, Shanghai's Pudong Airport is now home to the newest lounge in the Cathay Pacific network. Featuring a fresh look and feel, expected amenities like The Noodle Bar and pre-flight WiFi, here's what the ...
With business class not offered by SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) on short flights within Europe, the next-best option is 'SAS Plus' premium economy, which still provides many of the usual business class perks including airport fast-track, and even lounge access at some airports. As with the 'EuroB...
As part of Korean Air's move to Seoul Incheon Airport's Terminal 2 in 2018, the airline took the opportunity to open a swathe of new lounges, with the 400-seat Prestige Lounge West the largest of them all. Australian Business Traveller takes you through what is now Korean Air's flagship int...
Freshly-opened in early 2019, the Turkish Airlines business class lounge at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport serves not only passengers of Turkish Airlines, but those of every Star Alliance airline too, along with Priority Pass members flying with any airline. For example, if you're travelling busin...
Offering up to 0.66 Qantas Points per $1 spent plus 30,000 bonus Qantas Points for eligible new cardholders, the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Visa credit card sits in the middle of the credit card pack, positioned above the entry-level ranks but a rung below shinier Black-tier cards. Here's how NA...
In 2019, many business travellers simply expect to find inflight Internet access onboard their international flights, and in that respect, Philippine Airlines delivers: offering complimentary WiFi access on its Airbus A321neo jets darting between Brisbane, Sydney and Manila. Australian Business ...×
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