Qantas Reveals Dreamliner Premium Economy Seats

Australian carrier Qantas has unveiled its next-generation premium economy seat, which will debut later this year on its fleet of Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.   Utilizing a base design from Thompson Aero Seating, the new product has been heavily customised by Australian industrial designer David Caon. Sporting a charcoal palette with hints of brown, the smart-looking … Continue reading

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Offers New 137-Night World Cruise

Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced today plans for a new 137-night world cruise onboard the intimate Seven Seas Navigator, which recently emerged from a multi-million dollar refurbishment. Following the popular demand of its upcoming 2017 circumnavigation of the globe, the luxury line will offer an innovative itinerary for 2018 exploring sensational destinations across the Southern Hemisphere. … Continue reading

Air New Zealand Flies Dreamliner To Honolulu, Plans Buenos Aires Upgrade

Air New Zealand’s has completed the first transpacific flight of its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, with the arrival of the advanced composite jet in Honolulu from Auckland for the first time yesterday. The Star Alliance carrier also took the opportunity to reveal Buenos Aires as its newest destination to be served by its flagship aircraft. Dreamliner … Continue reading

Singapore Airlines Confirms Canberra, Wellington Flights

Singapore Airlines has confirmed it will begin direct flights between Singapore and Canberra, becoming the first international airline to operate in the Australian capital. Beginning 20 September 2016, the Star Alliance member will fly its “Capital Express” route 4 times a week, with a trans-Tasman onward tag to Wellington.   Flight SQ 291 will depart Singapore … Continue reading

Qantas Celebrates 95th Anniversary With New Special-Liveried Jet

Australian carrier Qantas celebrated 95 years of flying this week with the unveiling of a new vintage-liveried jet in Sydney.   Adorning one of the airline’s narrow-bodied Boeing 737-800 jets (registered VH-VXQ), the Retro Roo II design recalls Qantas’ Boeing 707 aircraft from 1959 to 1961. Presented before a group of over 300 employees, Chief … Continue reading