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Qantas A380: What you need to know

10/20/2014

News »  Published: 19/10/2014 - Filed under: News » Qantas was the third airline to receive the Airbus A380 and has 12 of the superjumbos in its fleet with a further eight on deferred order. The carrier took delivery of its first A380 - which it named Nancy-Bird Walton, after the Australian aviation pioneer - in September 2008. It deployed the superjumbo on its daily Melbourne to Los Angeles route the following month. Qantas now also flies the A380 between Sydney and Hong Kong (on selected flights); between Melbourne and London via Dubai; between Melbourne and Los Angeles; between Sydney and Los Angeles; and between Sydney and London via Dubai. On September 29, it launched the world's longest superjumbo service, a 15-hour and 30-minute journey between Sydney and Dallas/Fort Worth.… Read More


Win a Suite Dreams stay at St Ermin’s

10/20/2014

A new member of the Marriott Autograph Collection, the distinctively stylish St Ermin's Hotel is offering an additional 5,000 Marriott Reward points on all stays taken during November and December this year. Tucked away behind its own lush courtyard garden in the heart of London, the hotel is a tempting proposition for a relaxed post-business stay in the capital. St Ermin's is rapidly becoming a culinary, as well as a style, hot spot and late September sees the opening of its new signature restaurant, Adam Handling at Caxton. Led by Masterchef finalist and newly-crowned chef of the year Adam Handling, who wowed Michel Roux Jnr on TV with his "clever cooking", the restaurant serves creative, seasonal á la carte dishes bursting with intense flavours as well as inspirational tasting menus paired with… Read More


Lufthansa A380: What you need to know

10/20/2014

News »  Published: 18/10/2014 - Filed under: News » Lufthansa received its first Airbus A380 in May 2010 and launched its maiden scheduled flight from Frankfurt to Tokyo the following month. The German carrier now has 12 superjumbos in its fleet with a further two on order. Following Lufthansa tradition, its first two A380s were named Frankfurt am Main and Munchen. Subsequent superjumbos were named after Star Alliance hub cities like Brussels, Tokyo and Beijing. Lufthansa currently deploys its A380s between Frankfurt and eight destinations - Houston, Miami, San Francisco, New York, Johannesburg, Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore. From October 26, it will fly the superjumbo from Frankfurt to Mumbai and Delhi. Eight of the airline's 12 A380s are in a three-class configuration accommodating 526 passengers; the remaining four have been fitted with… Read More


Win a pair of ANA business class tickets

10/20/2014

Business Traveller has teamed up with ANA to offer one lucky reader a pair of business class return tickets to Tokyo Haneda. ANA is now operating out of London Heathrow's new T2: The Queen's Terminal. With all Star Alliance airlines based, or soon-to-be-based, at this state-of-the-art terminal, passengers can expect a seamless hub service with a smoother transfer and a standardised minimum connection time of just 60 minutes. Business class ANA passengers will now find travelling from London to Tokyo that much quicker and easier. The airline's daily service departs Heathrow, but instead of arriving at Tokyo's Narita International Airport, it now flies directly to Tokyo Haneda International, making any onward journey into central Tokyo by train, monorail, bus or car more straightforward and faster. Through Haneda, ANA can connect you… Read More


Qatar Airways gives likely date for A350 delivery

10/20/2014

News »  Published: 17/10/2014 - Filed under: News » Qatar Airways has said it plans to take delivery of the world’s first Airbus A350 between December 8 and 10, but given no hint of which route it will enter service on. The first A350 to be ordered by the airline has just completed its maiden flight at the Airbus factory in Toulouse, prompting the carrier to confirm its delivery date. The Extra Wide Body twin jet, which competes against Boeing’s 787, had been pencilled in for the Doha – New York service. This has not been confirmed, but may still be likely as Qatar Airways chose to debut its Airbus A380 on the London run. A spokesman for the airline in London said the delivery was “expected on schedule”. It… Read More


Vienna: Gulf airlines move in

10/20/2014

News »  Published: 17/10/2014 - Filed under: News » Two leading Gulf airlines, namely Emirates and Qatar Airways, already serve Vienna. But two more will appear on the scene in the weeks ahead, perfectly timed for the busy travel season to Asia and Australasia. First on the scene will be Etihad which will code-share with a new daily service to be operated by Niki (a subsidiary of Air Berlin which in turn partners with Etihad) starting on November 24. Flights with Niki will be operated by a narrow-body A320 with 12 seats in business and 132 seats in economy class. Etihad’s new service is aimed both at passengers on business and leisure. Timings are geared towards making convenient connections in Abu Dhabi for onward points both in the Gulf itself,… Read More


Crystal-themed hotel set to light up Fifth Avenue

10/18/2014

News »  Published: 17/10/2014 - Filed under: News » A New York hotel boasting 12,000 Baccarat crystal items is set to open on December 22 this year. The property, on Fifth Avenue and 53rd Street, is the first of the Baccarat Hotel & Residences planned by Starwood Capital Group. The hotel is located opposite the Museum of Modern Art and will have 114 rooms and 60 residences featuring items by the 250-year-old French brand. Although a new build with a contemporary exterior design, rooms will be styled to suit the Baccarat look, with oak wood flooring, velvet sofas, silk wall coverings and marble tables. The development includes an 85-seat restaurant by chef Shea Gallante, a 60-foot bar and outdoor terrace. Further openings under the Baccarat brand are planned for the… Read More


Feasting fliers not at fault for weight gain, research concludes

10/18/2014

News »  Published: 17/10/2014 - Filed under: News » Feasting on first class food may not be why some frequent fliers end up as fatties, new research claims. According to scientists in Israel, the problem is not to do with lavish meals in first and business class or the temporary swelling associated with just sitting on a flight, known as "Boeing Bloat".  The real cause, according to the new research, is that organisms that live in our guts have a strong circadian rhythm that becomes disrupted when we change time zones. When mice were put into different time zones, scientists found they ate more erratically, put on weight and developed metabolic problems associated with diabetes. Dr Eran Elinav of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, said: "Our discovery could… Read More


Germany backtracks over Etihad/Air Berlin codeshare

10/17/2014

News »  Published: 17/10/2014 - Filed under: News » Germany has backtracked on a decision blocking Etihad from selling tickets on its partner airline Air Berlin, according to reports in the German media. Earlier this week, Germany's federal aviation authority Luftfahrt-Bundesamt blocked the sale of 34 codeshare flights by Etihad operated by Air Berlin. They included 20 destinations in Europe and North America from Berlin Tegel and flights from Tegel and Stuttgart to Abu Dhabi (see news, October 13). Etihad owns 29 per cent of Air Berlin and authorities said they were concerned about the amount of control that the Abu Dhabi-based airline was exercising as it contravened the country's Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) with the UAE. Air Berlin told Reuters that the codeshare had been approved for the… Read More


Heathrow nets £1 billion sale windfall

10/17/2014

News »  Published: 17/10/2014 - Filed under: News » Heathrow airport is remaining tight-lipped about how it will spend a £1 billion windfall following the sale of Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports. Heathrow Airport Holdings will net £1.048 million in cash if the sale, to a consortium of airport operators Ferrovial and Macquarie, is approved. HAH will net an additional fee if approval is delayed. The deal leaves HAH managing only one airport, but a spokeswoman would not elaborate on a statement that said the sale would enable it to continue to focus “on improving Heathrow”. The sale is subject to EU merger clearance, but should be approved by January 2015, although a possible objection will be that Ferrovial owns 25 per cent of HAH. However, the sale is not… Read More


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