We're lucky in Australia to have two airlines with very good domestic Business Class products. Both Qantas and Virgin Australia offer dedicated Business class cabins on domestic flights with comfortable, wide seats and plenty of legroom. On domestic flights operated by Airbus A330s, lie-flat beds are even available in Business Class. When flying Business class within Europe, … [Read more...]
Business Class is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. Travelling with a bit of luxury can make all the difference to your enjoyment of the trip. And it can be less expensive thank you think!
To find out how you can enjoy Business Class travel for less, you should definitely read our guide on how to fly around the world using the Qantas Oneworld Award which shows how you can travel around the world in business class for just 280,000 Qantas points!
Qantas began flying non-stop between Perth and London earlier this year. Back in March, AFF moderator JessicaTam wrote a scathing review of Economy class on QF10 from London to Perth. The conclusion was that the Economy seats were too narrow for a comfortable flight. But what's it like at the front of the plane, flying QF10 from London to Perth in Qantas 787 Business … [Read more...]
It's now possible to redeem Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles for Finnair flights! This new redemption option makes it possible to book some Finnair Business Class flights at significant discounts. Although Finnair does not fly to Australia, you can fly Finnair from destinations across Asia to Helsinki… or onward to destinations across Europe and North America. Plus, you … [Read more...]
Earlier this week we covered Economy meals on domestic flights within Australia. Now, we turn our attention to Business Class. What can you expect to eat in Business on Qantas and Virgin Australia? Qantas and Virgin Australia Business Class meals vary depending on the time of day and length of the flight. Here's what you need to know… Qantas Business Class Meals The … [Read more...]
Regular Australian Frequent Flyer readers will know that the best premium airfare deals are found outside of Australia. Thanks to an invisible "Australia tax", return Business class tickets from Australia to Europe generally start from around $6,000. But by purchasing a round-trip ticket from Europe to Australia, you can fly Business Class on top-tier airlines for almost half … [Read more...]