There’s quite a surprise in store for Qantas travellers headed to Singapore and Bangkok…
Aussies seeking a Japanese escape are in luck with Qantas doubling down on its flights to Tokyo.
Here’s how you can unlock perks across 26 different airlines, simply by holding one frequent flyer card.
The superjumbos add more first class options for high flyers bound for Singapore and beyond.
Digital-first technology is becoming the new ‘express ticket’ for boarding or entering the frequent flyer lounge.
Travellers are still waiting for the long-promised debut of Oneworld lounges and alliance-wide points upgrades.
Pricing for the airline’s ‘Neighbour Free’ option begins at $30 on short-range flights.
The arrival of Hawaiian's delayed Dreamliners sees the debut of an all-new business class seat.
The ultra-long range jets will connect Manila to the USA, Canada and potentially Europe.
Those Tokyo flights will still go ahead, but they’ll launch on a decade-old Boeing 737.
On the long trek between Auckland and Doha, the airline’s cosy business class Qsuite is definitely the place to be.
The new seats, and revolutionary economy bunk beds, will debut on flights to New York and Chicago.
The New York flights will rely on Auckland as launchpad for a non-stop trek to the Big Apple.
EuroBusiness is essentially just like any other economy seat...
The sky-high three room ‘supersuite’ can be booked by first class flyers.
The Gulf carrier’s latest jet will take wing this month.
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The next wave of Dreamliners will sport an upgraded version of the A350 Business Studio suites with more space and privacy.