QantasLink's Airbus A320 flights are a similar yet also different experience to what you'd get aboard the Roo's Boeing 737s.
Delta puts its best foot forward on flights from the US national capital to one of the world's busiest international airports.
Emirates' superjumbo first class lets you work, dine, relax, and even shower on your schedule, while cruising at 40,000ft.
Qantas' updated first class is sleek, comfortable and still gets the job done in style, but dining is its weakest link.
With many cash-conscious companies booking business class only on flights of a certain number of hours, taking short, hour-long...
Despite being more than a decade old, the original Singapore Airlines Suites are still a luxurious step up from business class.
Whether connecting onto a longer flight or travelling in comfort on a simple short hop, here's what KLM Cityhopper has to offer.
KLM's World Business Class proves a solid choice when jetting to Amsterdam and beyond, with connections available from Australia.
EVA Air's regional business class may not be the prettiest, but it's still a comfortable choice for business travellers.
Now departing daily on Delta's flights across the Pacific, here's what the airline's new premium economy service has to offer.
United's flagship Polaris business class brings the mod cons.
Fiji Airways' latest aircraft, and its latest business class, make a stunning debut.
Sit back and relax in 'Royal Laurel Class', offering a modern business class seat with all the features travellers expect.
With a new 'sleep service' and upgraded inflight dining, there's little left to want aboard Cathay Pacific's Airbus A350-1000s.
Virgin Atlantic's fresh business class offering takes the fight to British Airways' latest Club World Suite
It's now easier to doze on overnight Cathay Pacific flights with a new mattress topper, slippers, pillow and duvet.
Step inside the world's only first class cabin with walls and closing doors that stretch from the floor right up to the ceiling.
Cathay Dragon's regional business class makes for a comfortable trip: but how does the smaller Airbus A321 stack up to the A330?