Fly Business class from Seoul to Prague for just $951 by buying and redeeming miles... After some inspiration on ways to redeem your frequent flyer points? In our weekly Points Inspiration segment, we highlight an excellent frequent flyer redemption opportunity so you can convert those hard-earned points into a memorable travel experience. The Opportunity How much would you … [Read more...]
Etihad Airways is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. As a partner of Virgin Australia, you can use Velocity frequent flyer points to travel on Etihad.
When travelling with Etihad Airways, you may be able to upgrade to business or first class. If upgrading, try grab a trip on their reward-winning First Class Apartments to experience some real indulgence! Read our guide how to get a flight upgrade with frequent flyer points for more information.
Fly Business Class on Virgin Australia for surprisingly few points... Earning Etihad Guest miles in Australia is not especially difficult. You can transfer points from Flybuys, as well as many Australian credit cards, to Etihad Guest miles. Plus, you can now buy Etihad Guest miles directly from the airline. Of course, you can also earn points for flying with Etihad or its … [Read more...]
Etihad Airways will no longer offer lounge access at most airports for Silver tier members of the Etihad Guest program. The changes, to be implemented from 15 January 2017, come as Etihad aligns the benefits available to members of its partner airlines' frequent flyer programs. These include Airberlin Topbonus and Alitalia's MilleMiglia loyalty program. The Etihad Guest … [Read more...]
Etihad Airways will begin flying its flagship Airbus A380 to Melbourne from June next year. The A380s, which already fly daily to Sydney, offer a more comfortable journey in all classes of travel. But First Class passengers can expect to be especially pampered. The A380 is equipped with “apartments” in First, as well as on-board showers! The new A380 service will supplement … [Read more...]
Over the last few years, there has been something of a competition going on between the Middle Eastern carriers. With their respective states or countries slowly moving away from a dependence on oil for income, tourism and transport has become the focus for the economy as they move forward. This means new airports, facilities and of course lots of new aircraft. And those … [Read more...]