David

David Flynn

After decades as a globe-trotting technology journalist and editor - spanning publications such as The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, PC World Australia, PC Magazine Australia and Australian Personal Computer magazine - David conceived of and co-founded the original Australian Business Traveller in 2010.

David is now Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and looks forward to driving the site's global expansion in 2020.

His core focus areas include news, design and trends, plus a bit of technology when he can find the time.

Latest from David Flynn

Air France to launch domestic business class next year

The French flag-carrier breaks out the Champagne for business class passengers on domestic and sh...

Accor ALL partners with Grab

South-East Asia's dominant ride-sharing service is the latest strategic partner for Accor ALL.

Qantas wants its smartphone app to help you beat jetlag

Qantas' Project Sunrise research flights could see jetlag-busting features added to the airline's...

Qatar Airways to roll out ‘saver’ awards for points bookings

The Oneworld member airline intends to reduce the number of frequent flyer points needed to book ...

ANA to increase Sydney-Tokyo flights in 2020

Sydney's Tokyo-bound travellers will soon be able to choose between four daily flights across thr...

New-look BA lounges for Heathrow, Chicago Edinburgh, Berlin

We unpack British Airways' lounge upgrade plans for 2020, which finally includes its home lounges...

Qantas, BP partnership: here's what we know

The new points-for-petrol partnership between Qantas and BP is set to take off.

Qantas to run both Perth-London and Project Sunrise flights

The next few years could see Qantas flying several variants of the Kangaroo Route.

British Airways to refresh London Heathrow lounges

British Airways' flagship London Heathrow lounges are finally getting some long-overdue love.

On the road with Huawei’s latest travel tech

The right technology makes the life of the business traveller not only easier, but more productiv...

Qantas adds non-stop Frankfurt flights to Project Sunrise

Europe's financial capital could see direct flights from Sydney and Melbourne by the mid-2020s.

Qantas chooses Airbus A350-1000 for Project Sunrise

Qantas will buy up to 12 Airbus A350-1000 jets as part of Project Sunrise, with flights to begin ...

Qantas puts Haneda announcement on hold until early 2020

Qantas is keeping its powder dry on how it will use the rights to fly to Tokyo's Haneda airport.

El Al to trial non-stop Israel-Melbourne flights in 2020

The Israeli flag-carrier says it will run a 'trial' of direct flights between Tel Aviv and Melbou...

Qantas not convinced on Airbus, Boeing revised Sunrise bids

"We don't have to do Project Sunrise" says Qantas CEO Alan Joyce, as Airbus and Boeing hand in a ...

Virgin Australia won’t rush into new domestic business class

The mooted transcontinental Boeing 737 business class could be set for a comeback – in the middle...

Cathay Pacific unlocks free WiFi for first class passengers

Cathay's first class flyers can now stay connected above the clouds without reaching for their cr...

Virgin cuts ties with BP as Qantas primes the (petrol) pump

The new points-for-petrol partnership between Qantas and BP is set to take off early next year.

Oneworld pushes back its new lounges to late 2020

The location of the first Oneworld-branded lounge may be revealed in early 2020, but the ribbon-c...

Qantas looks to add new Gold, Platinum frequent flyer perks

A frequent flyer survey reveals how Qantas is considering a range of status-based benefits beyond...