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The Star Alliance member is reintroducing its ‘spare’ twin-aisle aircraft on the daily connection.
All travellers can now complete their New Zealand Traveller Declaration online.
The Oneworld member’s schedule is soaring once more, and the A350 is also winging its way back.
The airline is shifting from morning to late-afternoon departures for some superjumbo flights.
Oneworld frequent flyers could soon enjoy status benefits on Mongolia’s national carrier.
As you move up the Velocity ladder, Gold status unlocks really useful benefits to make your next trip more comfortable.
The challenger is pushing for an Australia-wide network with more Boeing 737 aircraft.
Revamped menus, expanded entertainment and free WiFi in business are also taking wing in the near future.
The Indian flag carrier is charting a fresh course with a sleek logo, revamped livery and wide-reaching refurbishment.
The ultra-long range jets will connect Manila to the United States, Canada and potentially even Europe.
Sample the flagship international jet, and the international Qantas First Lounge, without leaving the country…
Business class tickets now impose tighter restrictions on checked bags.
You might not have to pay that $220 ‘express processing fee’ if you follow these three tips for a faster turnaround.
Flying economy is easier when there’s enough legroom to stretch out and even cross your knees for comfort.
An extensive overhaul of the Cathay Pacific website will bring cash and Asia Miles bookings onto a single screen.
The superjumbo comes soaring back in early 2024.
Coming soon: a Netflix-style interface and greater personalisation.
From upstairs lofts to below-decks bunks, here is where pilots and cabin crew relax and sleep.