Airline Reviews Page 2
Step aboard as we fly the namesake route of QANTAS – Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services – from QLD to NT.
With 36 seats at most, Rex's Saab 340s are tiny turboprops that bring welcome competition to QantasLink.
Even with just 35 minutes from take-off to touchdown, QantasLink still makes time for refreshments, plus beer and wine from 5pm.
With free snacks and 'happy hour' drinks axed, the Virgin Australia inflight experience edges closer to Jetstar territory.
Stretch out and give your legroom a bit of the business class treatment, but without the hefty price tag.
Virgin's rebooted business class provides lounge access, inflight dining, and savings of $500+ over Qantas per return trip.
Depending on your fare, the AirNZ experience could rival that of full-service Qantas, or mirror low-cost Jetstar...
With sharp fares from just $55 – including checked baggage plus a drink and snack – Rex brings competition to the east coast.
Travel the bubble in style aboard AirNZ's Dreamliners, now flying from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth to Auckland.
Rextra Legroom is your ticket to greater comfort: and for just $15 extra on Rex's jet routes, it's terrific value.
Regional Express takes on Qantas and Virgin Australia for premium travellers: but how does the experience stack up?
Alliance Airlines offers comfortable (and quick) regional flights on behalf of Virgin Australia, using its Fokker aircraft fleet.
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.