• The best business class seats on Cathay Pacific's Airbus A350-1000

    There are 46 business class seats on Cathay Pacific’s Airbus A350-1000 jets, but which of those are the best business class seats – and more importantly, which ones should you avoid? The seats themselves are identical to those on Cathay Pacific’s Airbus A350-900 fleet (the smal...

    POSTED 19 Jun, 2018 0 Comments

  • Fare Deal: Fly Air NZ business to LA or San Francisco from $4291

    If you’re heading stateside, save hundreds with this exclusive fare deal with Air New Zealand to the West Coast of the United States. This special offer is valid for travel from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane to either Los Angeles or San Francisco. You’ll be flying in Air New Zealand...

    POSTED 19 Jun, 2018 0 Comments

  • Cathay Pacific's new 'restaurant-style' business class meal service

    Cathay Pacific will roll out its new business class dining service on Boeing 777 flights to Chicago in July, with the 'restaurant-style' program coming to Sydney in February 2019 and the rest of Australia in May 2019. The revamped service – which will extend to some 34 destinations by June...

    POSTED 18 Jun, 2018 29 Comments

  • United's Houston Polaris lounge opens June 29

    United Airlines will open its latest Polaris business class lounge at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport on Friday June 29. It's the fourth of the new-look lounges, following Chicago, San Francisco and Newark, ahead of a November 2018 opening for a Polaris Los Angeles ...

    POSTED 15 Jun, 2018 2 Comments

  • Fare Offer: business class return to Europe via Malaysia from $5,399

    The hop to Europe can be an arduous journey - so why not arrive relaxed and refreshed with this fare offer that will see you jetting off on the Kangaroo Route with Malaysia Airlines' recently renewed business class product. Key offer highlights Fly from Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Ade...

    POSTED 15 Jun, 2018 0 Comments

  • Qatar Airways brings its Qsuites to Sydney, Canberra from July 2018

    Qatar Airways will begin flying its highly-regarded Qsuite business class to Sydney and Canberra from next month. The airline has confirmed that its flights QR906/QR907 will be upgraded to the business class suites "up to four times a week" as of July 1, with Qsuites every day from August 1...

    POSTED 12 Jun, 2018 22 Comments

  • What's next for Cathay Pacific first class, business class?

    With 79 new aircraft headed for Cathay Pacific’s hangars by the end of 2024, the fresh fleet will see an overhaul of first class and business class for the Hong Kong flag carrier. Australian Business Traveller sat down with Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg for an update on what’s to co...

    POSTED 8 Jun, 2018 9 Comments

  • Bombardier's next-gen business class seat for the private jet-set

    There's plenty to be said for flying on a private jet, but Bombardier reckons that the seats themselves have plenty of room for improvement – so here is how the Canadian company plans to bring those business class seats up to spec. Christened the Nuage – the French word for 'c...

    POSTED 7 Jun, 2018 4 Comments

  • Jetstar could add business class to its domestic Airbus A321neo fleet

    Jetstar could begin offering business class within Australia in its forthcoming Airbus A321neo jets, in a move which would be at odds with the airline's low-cost mantra but also boosts its appeal to domestic business travellers on a budget. 18 of the long-range A321neo LR series will arrive in J...

    POSTED 6 Jun, 2018 36 Comments

  • No more 2-3-2 business class, promises Emirates CEO

    The era of 2-3-2 business class is over – at least for Emirates – proclaims CEO Tim Clark, describing the Boeing 777 seating layout with a despised middle seat as "history". "What you see on the upper deck of the A380 is what's going to be in all our cabins from now on," Clark told...

    POSTED 5 Jun, 2018 4 Comments


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