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?
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.)
A380 First Class Reviews – High-End Facilities 16 Oct 2019
When it comes to first-class travel, the Airbus A380 aircraft is the darling of the skies. Its twin deck layout puts it leagues ahead of its competitors on space and configuration options, upping the ante on luxury travel with showers and private cabins. Just in case that wasn’t enough for a 12-hour flight, there’s the […]
Our Best First Class Airline Picks 2019 25 Sep 2019
We’ve rounded up the best first class airline experiences for 2019; from on-board showers to spacious privacy, dining to entertainment. Your inflight experience just went to cloud nine.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do 16 Sep 2019
From impromptu live music to opera al fresco, the one thing Romans do effortlessly is embrace life with gusto. So on our return month-long trip to the Italian capital, we skipped queueing to the grand museums and instead took in the city Roman style.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do 1 old 12 Sep 2019
From impromptu live music to opera al fresco, the one thing Romans do effortlessly is embrace life with gusto. So on our return month-long trip to the Italian capital, we skipped queueing to the grand museums and instead took in the city Roman style. There’s an ambiance in Rome that doesn’t equate to most capitals. […]
UPDATE: Changes to Tanzanian Visa Process. 22 Aug 2019
There has been a change to the process of acquiring a Visa on arrival in Tanzania. This will take effect immediately. On arrival it is necessary for all guest requiring a visa to queue for the following: A Government Control Number Visa Payment Immigration, to confirm and issue the Visa. To Avoid Lengthy delays we […]
India Fees Revised 22 Aug 2019
The Indian government has announced that a new reduction on visa fees have been introduced. This is a great step in encouraging more tourists to India and will help the image of India as a tourism friendly nation. One month e-visa fee US$25 (from July-March) or US$10 (from April-June) A new five-year e-tourist visa to […]
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InterContinental Hayman Island Resort reopens 1 July 14 May 2019
InterContinental Hayman Island will reopen on July 1 after a $100 million upgrade. This hotel is owned by Malaysian conglomerate Mulpha and it was closed in the wake of damage from Cyclone Debbie in 2017. Exclusive to Qantas Hotels they are offering 3 nights for two adults from $1,575 (valued at $2,927) in a retreat […]