The relatively new Virgin Australia lounge in Melbourne’s T3 offers a stylish haven in the otherwise dull airport. With ample room, generous snacks and drinks, and a Premium Exit to security, it serves as a rewarding hub for premium travellers. Access Business Class guests Virgin Australia Lounge Members Velocity Gold and Platinum Members Partner airline…
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Review | British Airways ‘Galleries’ Lounge Edinburgh
Read our review of British Airways Edinburgh ‘Galleries’ Lounge
Review | Virgin Australia ‘The Lounge’, Sydney
Virgin Australia’s Sydney lounge was significantly refurbished at the same time as the airline’s re-branding a number of years ago, and boasts a contemporary, chic space for living, dining and work. Split over two levels, the lounge caters for large numbers of guests and offers all that could be desired for domestic travel. Access Business Class…
Review | Singapore Airlines SilverKris Business Class Lounge, Sydney
Sydney was one of SIA’s earliest refurbished lounges, and carries the new “Home Away From Home” concept. It features a range of different zones for different moods, including productivity (provided by the solo productivity pods), social lounging, dining and resting. Access Singapore Airlines Business Class passengers departing the same day Star Alliance Business Class passengers…
Review | Qatar Airways A380 Business Class (Doha – London Heathrow)
Another great flight with Qatar Airways. Every element of the experience was superb, apart from the atrocious service… Read more here
Immigration forms: what’s the use?
When it comes to immigration formalities, every country is different. Singapore is an absolute breeze, with a line never extending more than a few people, whilst Denpasar is one of the most horrific and enduring experiences a traveller might have to go through. In the past, all nations made passengers complete declaration forms on arrival,…
The deals continue with Singapore Airlines flights to Asia from A$356!
We posted last night about a possible fare mistake involving Singapore Airlines operated flights booked through Virgin Australia. The codeshare tickets are currently pricing incredibly low for the February – April 2017 period. At this point in time, flights from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur appear to be pricing the lowest at around A$356 return, flying…
Singapore Airlines fares from Sydney to Europe from A$760!
Whether it’s a fare mistake or not is yet to be determined, but there are some phenomenal prices on sectors between major Australian cities (Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide etc.) and major European cities (London, Paris, Zurich etc.). This requires you to book through the Virgin Australia website, and purchase a ticket on a Singapore Airlines codeshare flight….
And so it’s goodbye to the Tigerair name
In a somewhat unsurprising turn of events, Budget Aviation Holdings (the company that owns both Scoot and Tigerair) have announced the removal of the Tigerair brand in favour of consolidating both Scoot and Tigerair under one, single carrier. The Low Cost Carrier (LCC) market is a highly profitable and ever-growing sector of aviation, with many…
Qantas Announces Dreamliner Cabins and New Livery
New Business and Economy seats for the 787 have been announced as well as a beautiful new livery
Royal Brunei | Complimentary lounge access for Economy Class and more!
Royal Brunei Airlines is a very small player in the Australian market, but is taking advantage of their position by offering some incredible promotions ex Melbourne. Fares to Ho Chi Minh City, Dubai and London start at just A$675, A$885 and A$1099 return, respectively. There are also astonishing Business Class fares to London starting at A$4900….