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  • Australian Business Traveller - News Nov 21, 2017 | 05:00 am

    Driving the new Rolls-Royce Phantom is six-star luxury on wheels After more than a decade, the historic brand is relaunching its flagship sedan. The result is a US$450,000 hunk of power and opulence.Reaching 7,976 feet above sea level, Switzerland’s spindle-thin Furka Pass is one of the highest mountain roads in the world. Its sheer edges are so abrupt they make professional drivers sweat.The climb is suited for something small and[…]

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Nov 21, 2017 | 04:00 am

    Sydney Airport to get a 1960s-themed airport hotel A penthouse bar, 'first class' and 'business class' guest rooms, a rooftop view of arriving and departing flights at nearby Sydney Airport, and even meeting rooms named Airbus and Boeing – Sydney's new Felix Hotel might just become the new hot spot for business travellers.Located at 121 Baxter Road Mascot, the Felix Hotel is a few minutes' drive from Sydney Airport's domestic[…]

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Nov 20, 2017 | 17:11 pm

    Save time, save money and be rewarded for your business travel  Are you looking for ways to save time, money and effort on your business travel? Australia’s leading business travel management company, Corporate Travel Management (CTM), has a limited time offer that will do just that, plus provide you with exclusive rewards and benefits.  This article is sponsored by Corporate Travel ManagementNew CTM customers who take advantage of the ...

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Nov 20, 2017 | 03:05 am

    Visiting Emirates' Moët & Chandon Champagne bar in Dubai Nestled in Emirates’ business class lounge at Dubai Airport’s Concourse B is the Moët & Chandon Champagne bar, where passengers can sample a range of fizz from the well-known winery before their Emirates or Qantas flight.That’s where you’ll find not just the ‘regular’ Moët Impérial Champagne as poured in Emirates business class and else...

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Nov 20, 2017 | 03:03 am

    Sullivans Cove's new Double Cask single malt whisky - DC095 If you’re looking for a new drop to try over the holidays, award-winning Tasmanian distillery Sullivans Cove will be releasing its first special edition Double Cask single malt whisky in late November.The new whisky is made with a combination of individually selected French oak ex-tawny and American oak ex-bourbon barrels. Normally bottled at 40% ABV, the special edition Double Cask[…]

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Nov 20, 2017 | 03:00 am

    Eye in the sky: how airlines harvest and use your personal data Airlines are really good at some things – like people movement, aircraft maintenance, and keeping passengers safe.They’re also experts at collecting vast mountains of customer data, including what sorts of credit cards and computers you use, how often you fly, and where and how much you spend on all the extras.If you’re stressing over a tight connection, flight attendants ...

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Nov 19, 2017 | 14:00 pm

    Apple delays HomePod smart speaker launch to "early 2018" Apple will delay the launch of its HomePod 'smart speaker' until 2018, pushing back the timeline from a promised December delivery.The HomePod – which streams tunes from Apple Music, takes voice commands via Siri, and controls smart home appliances – was originally announced in June at the company’s annual developer conference and will now go on sale in early 2018.“W...

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Nov 17, 2017 | 11:46 am

    Singapore Airlines brings Book the Cook meals to Adelaide Seared Tasmanian king salmon, lobster thermidor, braised beef short rib and lamb shank rendang – those are some of the inflight delights available to Singapore Airlines' business class travellers from Adelaide from the airline's popular Book the Cook menu.Book the Cook lets you order your meal before your flight, choosing from a far more extensive and tempting selection than t...

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Nov 17, 2017 | 05:50 am

    Qantas pushes forward on domestic WiFi as Virgin eyes LA routes Qantas is ramping up the rollout of inflight Internet across its domestic fleet while rival Virgin Australia extends its WiFi reach to US routes.Qantas has now kitted out 15 of its 80 Boeing 737-800 jets in the seven months since the launch of the Qantas WiFi service, with the airline stepping up to a second-generation or 'Gen2' technology platform which[…]

  • Australian Business Traveller - News Nov 16, 2017 | 21:40 pm

    Best credit cards for earning Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles Compared to Virgin Australia Velocity points, Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles aren't as widely collected by Aussie travellers – but for those jetting off from Hong Kong or Shanghai to London with Virgin Atlantic, or regularly zipping between the USA and the UK, they're a handy thing to have.For instance, a one-way Virgin Atlantic 'Upper Class' (business class) ticket from[…]


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