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

Major security changes coming to Melbourne, Brisbane Airport

Life’s getting a little easier for travellers as more advanced scanners come online around the co...

Air New Zealand restarts Hobart but pushes back Chicago

The Kiwi carrier says it won’t resume flights to Chicago until the back half of 2025.

Direct Melbourne-Hangzhou flights to start in June

Beijing Capital Airlines is adding a second non-stop route from Melbourne.

Cathay confirms new “flagship lounge” for Beijing

The airline has big plans for the Chinese capital…

Qantas launches Qantas Pay travel money card

The new card marks a fresh push into the increasingly popular ‘travel money’ space.

Hawaiian Airlines’ 787 business class takes to the skies

The Dreamliner’s debut also sees the arrival of an ‘island inspired’ flatbed business class.

Qantas continues trial of boarding by groups

Qantas wants passengers to board domestic flights by groups: here’s what you need to know.

Your guide to Lufthansa’s new A350 business class

The next-gen business class suites boast increased privacy, extra legroom and more...

Cairns Airport opens lounge for Singapore Airlines flights

The remodelled lounge rolls out the welcome mat ahead of international flights from Cairns.

Up close with Cathay’s new premium economy seat

The recliner combines privacy and comfort with high-tech touches.

Cathay to remove first class from 777-300ERs

The familiar ‘open suites’ will be replaced by all-new private business class berths.

Qantas launches Classic Plus points rewards

The move unlocks seats across all cabins on most flights for fewer points than the Points Plus Pa...

Qantas revamps extra legroom charges

It’ll now cost a little more to stretch out on domestic and overseas flights…

This first class airport lounge has its own ‘hotel rooms’

The swish Swiss first class lounge at Zurich includes private bedrooms with a view over the runway.

Compensation for delayed or cancelled QF2, QF10 flights

Qantas flights from London to Australia are covered by a UK ‘passenger rights’ rule for $1,000 in...

Malaysia Airlines’ new A330neo, A350 business class

Business class passengers will enjoy more space, more features and a sliding door for privacy.

Cathay Pacific brings French flair to first, business class

A new wave of inflight meals taps the menu of Michelin-starred French restaurant Louise.

Airlines to pay passengers for delayed, cancelled flights?

The proposed government laws would enforce a mandatory passenger compensation scheme similar to t...

Ten new business class seats coming your way

Airlines are seeking an edge in what’s become a hyper-competitive market.

Vietjet launches Sydney-Hanoi flights

The Vietnamese airline is expanding its Australian network and bringing more competition to the s...