Virgin Australia Business Class Sydney to Melbourne
The plane is not even half full. Service is good, food is not exiting, it’s a short flight Sydney to Melbourne
Qantas Airways Business Class Sydney to Dallas
The booking process is painful. It takes easily over 2hrs to call customer service each time. Ever since Covid, almost every airline feels ok to provi...
Hawaiian Airlines Business Class Sydney to Honolulu
They are using the House Lounge at Sydney Airport
Qantas Airways Business Class Los Angeles to Brisbane
get the best in-flight service . every detail is flawless.
Virgin Australia Business Class Brisbane to Christchurch
Great staff, old plane. The food was very basic and not Business Class standard. No complimentary wine on boarding the flight
Swiss International Business Class Bangkok to Zurich
Round the World 5 sectors BC and these seats were the tightest and frustratingly tight if at window as 2 x 2 config adjacent meant had to climb over ad...
Qantas Airways Business Class London to Perth
The Qantas service has lifted several notches in the past year. Their entertainment offering remains well behind Singapore and Cathay and even further...
Is the Difference Between First Class and Business Class Worth the Extra? 03 Jan 2020
As more airlines are doing away with first class and moving towards luxurious business class seats, is flying in the top dollar cabin really worth it? Over recent years, we’ve seen the demise of first class cabins. Airlines such as KLM, Asiana and Korean Air have stopped first class altogether, while other carriers have reduced them to certain long-haul routes. As business class cabins undergo ultra-plush makeovers, the demand for first class has dropped, and so has the number of seats available. So, does the difference between first class and business class still warrant the extra price tag?
Qantas Airways Business Class Brisbane to San Juan
This review is for the Qantas sectors only. The partner American let down the overall experience DFW-SJU-DFW - poor in fact
ANA All Nippon Airways Business Class Tokyo to Perth
It was ok, seat was comfortable but nowhere to put any of your stuff on the seat. Staff were around but never offered you anything unless asked. Entert...
Cathay Pacific Business Class Hong Kong to Sydney
The newly refreshed Cathay business class provides new slippers, duvet, mattress topper. The amenity included Jurliqure products (to be replaced with B...
Cathay Dragon Business Class Shanghai to Hong Kong
Old aircraft with recliners, no flatbed, no amenities. Food was good, three course with icecream, services OK. Its a short haul flight, no slippers or ...
Etihad Airways Business Class Abu Dhabi to Shanghai
Newer aircraft and better interior compared to the flight from Amman to Abu Dhabi. Beds are flat, food is tasty!
Etihad Airways Business Class Amman to Abu Dhabi
It's a 2.5 hour flight, on an older aircraft. Food was good. Services were ok.
Emirates Business Class Paris to Brisbane
Good flight overall.......very smooth flight...Arrived on time even though we were late leaving. Flight Staff were very pleasant and attentive
Etihad Airways Business Class Abu Dhabi to Brisbane
The dedicated area for business check in was great. The Abu Dhabi lounge was spacious with good food and drink options. The lounge was very close to ...
Etihad Airways Business Class Abu Dhabi to Cairo
It is a proper business class with fully flatbed. Food was great, loved the arabic appetiser and sea bream. Services were average.
Singapore Airlines First Class Reviews 23 Oct 2019
Singapore Airlines first class really is up there when it comes to luxury travel. It operates two different aircraft offering first class, the A380 which has deluxe suites, and the Boeing 777-300ER which offers comfortable first class seats/beds, both of which are progressively getting an overhaul. (You’ll need to check which Singapore Airlines first class suites or seats (new or ‘old’) are available on your flight.)
Virgin Australia Business Class Sydney Australia to Chicago United States
Service was excellent. I enjoyed the flat bed and in flight entertainment. Food was tasty and there was limited but adequate choice.
Japan Airlines Business Class Osaka to Melbourne
Japan Airlines is domestically I had flown before but never internationally-this was a pure piece of bliss starting with the seating arrangement/person...