• Expert tips to help you avoid jetlag

    Jetlag is the bane of every business traveller. It saps your productivity, turns meetings into stay-awake marathons and, perversely, means you'll see a lot more of that bedside clock displaying "3:30AM" than at any other time in your life. Here are seven time-proven tips to help you get the...

    POSTED 30 Apr, 2014 3 Comments

  • Qantas extends business class 'sleep service' to Asia, Europe

    Qantas is continuing the rollout of its sleep service on international business class flights over the coming six weeks. The sleep service includes a mattress for the Skybed seat, for a more cushioned surface which also removes any noticeable bumps from the fold-down seat in sleeper mode, w...

    POSTED 5 Dec, 2012 6 Comments

  • Can this pair of $274 glasses help you beat jetlag?

    Frequent flyers and business travellers are ever on the lookout for ways to avoid jetlag, and two South Australian doctors think they have the answer: the Re-Timer, a pair of green-light goggles that they say "resets your body clock". “Our extensive research studies have shown that green l...

    POSTED 21 Nov, 2012 2 Comments

  • Qantas 'sleep service' business class takes off today

    Qantas begins a rolling upgrade to its overnight international business class flights today with the debut of the new 'sleep service' on the daily Sydney-Los Angeles flight (QF107/108). The programme, which includes duvets and a special doze-inducing tea in an effort to help travellers slee...

    POSTED 8 Nov, 2012 15 Comments

  • Napcabs: your private mini-lounge in the middle of the airport?

    Fancy your own private lounge in the middle of the airport? Try a Napcab! Developed by students at Munich's TUM university of science and technology, in cooperation with Munich Airport -- where the first Napcabs have already sprung up -- the concept is a compact self-con...

    POSTED 20 Mar, 2012 4 Comments

  • Swissotel Berlin has new sleep-enhancing, jetlag-busting ideas

    The Swissotel in Berlin is aiming a new set of sleep-enhancing services at jetlagged and stressed business travellers, with special lights, food, aromatherapy, power naps, "thin air" breathing and pillows. For €60 (A$75), a tailored programme from sleep consultant and stress expert Dr Micha...

    POSTED 16 Mar, 2012 0 Comments

  • London hotel creates snore-absorbing room

    First there was a hypo-allergenic hotel rooms for ultra-sensitive people – now Crowne Plaza The City London is looking to introduce snore-absorbing rooms. The hotel says early trials of the room have been a success, helping to "reduce the dreaded, repetitive nasal noise" (the hotel's ...

    POSTED 15 Jul, 2011 0 Comments

  • How to survive a red-eye flight in economy

    Red-eye flights leave late, arrive early, cross several time zones and don't give you enough time for a proper sleep. Whether it's Perth to Sydney, Los Angeles to Washington DC, or New York to London, these overnight flights are a one-way ticket to exhaustion -- especially when you're trave...

    POSTED 21 Feb, 2011 0 Comments

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