• Singapore Airlines: new first class, business class for Boeing 777-9

    Singapore Airlines will launch all-new first class suites and business class seats for its Boeing 777-9 jets, with airline CEO Mr Goh Choon Phong predicting a "quantum leap" from today's Boeing 777 premium cabins. Speaking to Australian Business Traveller ahead of the delivery fli...

    POSTED 27 Mar, 2018 6 Comments

  • Qantas wants four classes, 300 passengers in ultra-long range jets

    Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has insisted that the ultra-long range jets capable of flying non-stop to London and New York must be able to carry "a full load of passengers" – but just how many passengers is that? One of the contenders is the Airbus A350-900ULR, which Singapore Airlines ...

    POSTED 12 Mar, 2018 68 Comments

  • First photos: British Airways' Club World business class refresh

    British Airways has rolled out a subtle refresh to its Club World business class ahead of a broader overhaul due to arrive in 2019 in the airline's Airbus A350 fleet. And 'subtle' is the operative word. Only the most observant of frequent flyers would spot the differences at first glance, w...

    POSTED 12 Mar, 2018 0 Comments

  • Emirates ditches middle seat with new wider Boeing 777 business class

    Emirates has finally dropped that hated middle seat from its Boeing 777 business class cabin – but only on the long-range Boeing 777-200LR jets, which this week debut with a wider business class seat. All ten of Emirates' Boeing 777-200LR jets will shift to a 2-2-2 layout in business class...

    POSTED 5 Mar, 2018 33 Comments

  • Is Qatar's Qsuite business class about to get a little less private?

    Qatar will lop a few inches off the height of its Qsuite business class doors in an evolution of the design for its forthcoming Boeing 777X fleet. Speaking on the sidelines of the airline's launch of daily flights to Canberra, Qatar Airways CEO His Excellency Akbar Al Baker said the revisio...

    POSTED 22 Feb, 2018 6 Comments

  • Qatar Airways: next-gen Qsuites for Airbus A380, Boeing 787, 777X

    With Qatar Airways now rolling out its business class Qsuites across its Boeing 777 and Airbus A350 fleet, the airline is turning its attention to a new version of the Qsuite for its Airbus A380 superjumbos and Boeing 787 Dreamliner, along with the world's first Boeing 777X due in 2020. Speaking...

    POSTED 13 Feb, 2018 6 Comments

  • Qatar Airways promises Qsuites for Sydney, Canberra from June 2018

    Qatar Airways will begin flying its advanced Qsuite business class seats to Sydney and Canberra from June 2018 as the Gulf airline continued its push into the highly competitive Australian market with new and upgraded Boeing 777-300ER jets. "From June you will receive a Qsuite every day, unless ...

    POSTED 13 Feb, 2018 17 Comments

  • Qantas seeks foreign money to buy Boeing 777X or Airbus A350 jets

    Qantas looks set to renew its push to lift a government-imposed limit on foreign ownership and drawing the dots between new long-range jets from Airbus or Boeing with the need for deep-pocketed overseas investors. Qantas chairman Leigh Clifford says the Qantas Sale Act, which caps...

    POSTED 5 Jan, 2018 15 Comments

  • No first class for Lufthansa Boeing 777-9 jets

    Lufthansa is thinking big with business class for its new Boeing 777-9s, but something the new jets won't have will be first class seats. While the final layout of Lufthansa’s 34 ordered 777-9s hasn’t been decided, the carrier says they’ll accommodate 45 to 60 business passenge...

    POSTED 28 Nov, 2017 2 Comments

  • Video tour: step inside Emirates' new first class suites

    We've already presented a detailed photo tour of Emirates' new first class suites for its Boeing 777 (and eventually Airbus A380) jets – but if a picture is worth a thousand words, then video must be worth even more again. So sit back and join Australian Business Traveller&n...

    POSTED 15 Nov, 2017 1 Comment

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