Fly and earn Triple Factors* with Virgin Australia!
Velocity Frequent Flyers can earn Triple Factors on every one-way journey while you e-book an eligible Virgin Australia home flight between 1 April till 30 June 2023.* Should you’re not already a member, you may be a part of Velocity Frequent Flyer at no cost and luxuriate in this provide. Please word, this provide is solely for Company enterprise journey and any bookings you make for private journey received’t qualify for this bonus. Phrases and situations apply, click here to search out out extra.
Emirates growing each day flights from Melbourne and Sydney
Following widespread demand, Emirates has added a 3rd Melbourne to Dubai each day connection. The Journey, which has a short pitstop ins Singapore, will likely be flown on the airways’ Boeing 777 which options eight personal first-class suites and 42 lie-flat seats in enterprise class. Emirates will add a 3rd each day continuous Sydney to Dubai service from 1 Might, which may even function on a Boeing 777 and be a part of the prevailing double each day A830 flights.
Qantas resumes Melbourne to Tokyo connection
Following a three-year hiatus, Qantas has resumed its Melbourne-Tokyo connection, with 4 companies scheduled weekly. Flown on the Airbus A330, companies will arrive into Japan’s Haneda Airport the place eligible frequent flyers can take pleasure in visiting Japan Airways’ firstclass and Sakura enterprise class lounges.
Delta to start each day companies between Auckland and Los Angeles
From 30 October, Delta will start continuous each day companies between Auckland and Los Angeles. The companies are seasonal, and scheduled to run till 29 February 2024.
Qatar Airways Privilege Membership standing extensions to December 2023
Qatar Airways’ has prolonged the validity of Privilege Membership standing by till 31 December 2023. Privilege Membership members will take pleasure in an additional 9 months of Platinum, Gold and Silver standing and perks.
Virgin Australia’s first Boeing 737 MAX jet to take to the skies in June
Virgin Australia is ready to obtain their first Boeing 737 MAX jet June, which is able to take to the skies on 28 June upon the launch of the airline’s new Cairns-Tokyo route. The brand new jet will function a brand new enterprise class and economic system class seating, which is claimed to offer passengers with consolation and extra leg room. Virgin Australia expects to have a fleet of 4 Boeing 737 MAX jets by the tip of the 12 months.
Philippine Airways begins continuous Perth to Manila service
Philippine Airways has launched three weekly continuous companies from Perth to Manila, which reduces earlier journey instances by 4 to 6 hours. The seven hour flight will likely be travelled on the airways’ A321neo plane, which options three rows of 2-2 snug enterprise class seating.
Emirates reveals new livery for its fleet
Emirates has unveiled a brand new and modernised design for its distinctive livery. The refreshed design features a extra dynamic and flowing UAE flag with a 3D impact art work on the Emirates tailfin, red-painted wingtips, and the Emirates brand in Arabic calligraphy that seems to “pop” out in reverse white. The present Emirates fleet will regularly obtain the refreshed livery all through 2023, whereas all new plane will likely be delivered with the brand new design.
British Airways to improve their Boeing 787 Enterprise Class suites
The most recent Membership Suites enterprise class will likely be put in on British Airways’ fleet of Boeing 787s, with the primary refurbished 787 Dreamliner set to be accessible for enterprise class passengers on the finish of October 2023. The Membership Suites are recognized for providing distinctive consolation, private house, and privateness.
Sydney Airport’s Precedence Lane might reopen to top-tier frequent flyers
Following the resume of worldwide journey, Sydney Airport’s Precedence Lane was carried out solely for passengers travelling in first or enterprise class. Nevertheless, top-tier frequent flyers might quickly be additionally capable of ‘soar the queue’ and luxuriate in entry to Sydney Airport’s Precedence Lane, based mostly on the airport’s ongoing discussions with airways.