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  • Australian Business Traveller - News Mar 19, 2018 | 09:45 am

    Game of thrones: the best business class seat for the solo traveller? TALKING POINT | They're the favoured seat of many frequent flyers – a prize pick at the best of time, especially if you want to turn your business class seat into an office above the clouds.They're the 'throne' seats available on a handful of airlines due to a unique seating layout, where instead of two adjacent seats there's just one seat[…]

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Mar 19, 2018 | 03:00 am

    Top tips for spending your American Express credit card travel credit Many American Express cards include ‘travel credits’ every year – essentially a travel voucher that you can spend on bookings made through American Express – and while you can typically cash these in these on flights, hotels or car hire, some of these bookings can prove more rewarding than others.Here’s how you can make the most of your travel credits,[…]

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Mar 19, 2018 | 02:55 am

    McLaren: we won't follow Ferrari, Corvette into the electric future It’s not often that the head of a major car company will admit to not being up to speed on the latest, hot industry-wide trend.McLaren, however, has no such qualms.Last week, in Geneva, McLaren Automotive’s director of global sales Jolyon Nash said he knew “very little” about the Formula E electric-car racing series that many other automotive brands (Audi, BMW, ...

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Mar 18, 2018 | 14:00 pm

    How to get a Hilton Honors status match to Diamond, Gold status Free breakfasts, room upgrades, club lounge access, late checkouts: those are the top perks of Hilton Honors Diamond and Gold status, and they're yours for anywhere from 90 days to a full year under the latest 'status match' promotion offered by the Hilton loyalty program.In order to qualify for the status match you'll need to already have an equivalent Gold- or[…]

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Mar 17, 2018 | 14:00 pm

    Reader survey: win a business class trip to Singapore, and much more! Please note that the Australian Business Traveller 2018 reader survey competition has now closed, however the survey itself remains open for your particpation using our secure online form.PREVIOUS | It's time for the annual Australian Business Traveller reader survey, when we get to know our readers and their travel habits even better, so that we can create more of th...

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Mar 16, 2018 | 09:15 am

    Singapore Airlines considers a bid for struggling Air India Singapore Airlines has an open mind about making an initial bid for a stake in state-run Air India, the head of the Singaporean carrier’s India business told Reuters on Thursday.India said last week it would invite initial bids this month for a stake in the flag carrier. The cabinet approved the sale last year after successive governments poured billions of[…]

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Mar 16, 2018 | 09:10 am

    United, American move ahead with Chicago's US$8.5bn overhaul A US$8.5 billion expansion plan for Chicago's O'Hare International Airport got a lift on Thursday after the airport's two major carriers, American and United, settled a dispute that had clouded the project.United Airlines and American Airlines said in a joint statement they had reached an agreement on the number of gates to be assigned to each carrier, putting to bed[…]

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Mar 16, 2018 | 07:40 am

    Lufthansa axes Berlin-New York route Lufthansa is ending services between Berlin and New York after failing to bag optimal landing times needed to fill planes and turn a profit, Chief Executive Officer Carsten Spohr said Thursday.Lufthansa introduced the JFK service following the collapse of local rival AirBerlin last year, serving the route five times weekly with an Airbus SE A330 wide-body jet.However, the flight departs[…]

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Mar 16, 2018 | 00:00 am

    Japanese watch companies take on the Swiss in a bid for wealthy wrists In a factory surrounded by snow-covered peaks, technicians in lab coats use tweezers to assemble tiny metal parts into self-winding watches.Once they’ve been checked through microscopes for precision and packed in satin-lined boxes, the timepieces are shipped off to Rodeo Drive or Knightsbridge boutiques, where they’ll sell for thousands of dollars.But this is Japan, not Switzer...

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Mar 15, 2018 | 18:50 pm

    Competitors circle in the great Alitalia carve-up After a 71-year run, Italy’s bankrupt Alitalia may soon slide into the history books. Several international players are now looking to carve up the air travel market in Europe’s fourth-largest economy, with two Persian Gulf carriers leading the way.Italian taxpayers have been pouring money into Alitalia for decades, but the bottom seemed to fall out when minority owner Etihad Airw...


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