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

Cathay Pacific to resume Kuala Lumpur flights

The carve-up of the Cathay Dragon network has begun, with good news for travellers to KL.

Qantas rescue flights from Frankfurt, Paris, London, India

The latest repatriation flights are part of an ongoing effort to bring home Australians who remai...

Home quarantine ruled out for Melbourne's overseas flights

Spending 14 days in home isolation, instead of paying for a mandatory hotel stay, is off the card...

Future of Etihad's Airbus A380 in limbo

Yet another airline's superjumbo squadron could be sent into early retirement...

Get one extra year of Qantas status with just one flight

The easiest way to lock in those perks for all of next year, and also get a head start on 2022.

Qantas status extension for flyers living overseas

There's a full year of gratis status for Qantas Frequent Flyer members stranded overseas.

Branson backs Virgin Australia with 5% stake

The Brit billionaire has put his money where his brand is.

Virgin, Alliance tie-up to keep regional routes flying

Some 40 regional routes across Australia could be covered under a new Virgin-Alliance partnership.

Qatar: business class reward bookings keep lounge access

Qatar Airways says business class bookings made with points or miles will still include lounge ac...

Bain reveals new 'mid-market' Virgin Australia 2.0

Here's what we now know about the shape of the rebooted Virgin Australia.

Qantas rules out introducing 'buy on board'

The airline says all passengers will continue to be served a free snack, meal or drink.

Cathay Pacific cuts flights to London, New York and more

The struggling Hong Kong carrier has culled several loss-making routes to the UK and the USA.

AirNZ's new business class to feature 'business plus' row

Row 1 of AirNZ's new business class could offer a slightly more exclusive 'first class lite' expe...

Qantas to reopen most airport lounges on December 2

It's been a long time coming, but most Qantas lounges are getting ready to roll out the welcome mat.

First look: Apple's new M1 laptops break cover

New MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops are the launchpad for Apple's own M1 chip which kicks Int...

Rex to join Virgin Australia in a race to the middle ground

The new capital city flights of Regional Express will share Virgin's mid-market approach.

Singapore Airlines to retire Airbus A380s, Boeing 777s

Over a third of Singapore Airlines' A380s are being put out to pasture as the carrier right-sizes...

Qantas to close service desks at airports, lounges

Passengers will need to be more self-reliant when things go pear-shaped, the airline says.

Thai Airways is selling all of its Boeing 747s

All ten of the Thai carrier's jumbo jets have hit the second-hand market.

When will Virgin Australia reopen its airport lounges?

As states open their borders and Virgin adds more flights, the state of the airline's lounge netw...