• Jet Airways takes Australia-India business class trips fully-flat

    Business class passengers jetting to India with Qantas and Jet Airways will soon enjoy fully-flat beds on the journey via Singapore with Jet upgrading its aircraft on the Singapore-Mumbai leg from a Boeing 737 to an Airbus A330. Outgoing are the Boeing 737’s reclining business class seats ...

    POSTED 17 May, 2016 7 Comments

  • Emirates begins daily Airbus A380 flights to Mumbai

    Emirates says ‘Namaste’ to Mumbai with the launch of daily Airbus A380 flights from the airline’s Dubai mega hub. It’s also Emirates’ first scheduled Airbus A380 route to India, with the superjumbo found on the EK500 and EK501 flights. Mumbai was one of Emirates&rs...

    POSTED 23 Jul, 2014 0 Comments

  • Qantas axes some routes, boosts others

    Qantas will make a number of changes to both domestic and international routes over May-June. Here's a run-down of what you need to know. Routes cut Qantas' Singapore-Mumbai and Auckland-Los Angeles flights will cease as of 6 May. If your travels took you from Singapore to Mumbai...

    POSTED 16 Feb, 2012 3 Comments

  • Singapore Airlines adds flights to China, Japan, India

    In brief: Singapore Airlines is increasing its flights from Changi airport, with additional connections available for Australian passengers to Ahmedabad, Bangkok, Cape Town, Guangzhou, Istanbul, Mumbai, Osaka and Tokyo Haneda. The new schedule comes into effect on 30 October this year, and will ...

    POSTED 18 Jul, 2011 0 Comments

  • Mumbai to get second international airport

    India’s financial capital is to get its much-needed and long-delayed second airport by 2015. The airport at Navi Mumbai – a planned city northeast of the Mumbai – has been held up by environmental concerns. However, India's Minister of Environment and Forests has now given it t...

    POSTED 29 Nov, 2010 0 Comments

  • Frequent Flyer: Intel Australia's Philip Cronin

    This week: Philip Cronin, General Manager of Intel Australia & New Zealand, talks about Hainanese chicken in Hong Kong, running in the city and why a copy of Rolling Stone magazine is one of his must-have items for any flight. Which city do you live in?Sydney. How many days would you spend ...

    POSTED 17 Nov, 2010 0 Comments

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