• Rolex has certainly taken a different approach for 2020 in introducing so many new models at the one time. No doubt demand for the Sub will continue to outstrip supply. For those in Australia, potential buyers will have to pay over retail price from secondary dealers to get their hands on one. 

  • Mar 19, 2020, 12:43 PM

    SQ are playing a dangerous game giving credit and not returning funds for cancelled flights. I now have $10,000 worth of credit now for flights that I have no idea when will be available or to what destinations. I cannot even log on to manage my booking for cancelled flights with an error message...

  • Mar 03, 2020, 07:31 PM

    SQ has stepped up the cancellations. Perth now only has 2 flights a day effective next week. Just got bumped onto a later flight.

  • I always wear my Rolex GMT BLNR when travelling. The GMT function is great and easy to use (why else have it?). It looks good in the office. I can wear it at the pool or catching a few waves on the beach. It is tough enough to handle knocks - a plane is a scratch magnet with the confined spaces a...

  • The only three watches you need

    Feb 05, 2020, 03:24 PM

    There is one more I would add to the list (especially on a website like Executive Traveller) - a travel watch. Something with either a dual time or GMT function and which works in an office setting or at the beach/pool. Rolex pretty much nailed it with their GMT.

  • VA's new website

    Jun 28, 2018, 01:28 PM

    On the SQ website I can no longer book flights to Australian cities where SQ do not fly. For example, I used to be able to book Singapore to Hobart with the Melbourne/Hobart leg with Virgin. No longer. Spoke to SQ and they just said make two separate bookings.

  • International from Hobart?

    Feb 27, 2018, 06:23 PM

    I'd like to see a direct flight from Perth let alone an overseas port. Personally, a direct flight from Singapore would be great.

  • BA Fees for advanced seat allocation

    Apr 07, 2017, 08:37 AM

    Originally Posted by TheRealBabushka :You won't be split up. If you read the BA website, it says families will be seated together. I wouldn't worry too much. Not necessarily true. I just flew from Singapore to Sydney in business with my wife and two children (5 and 3) and my wife was seated in a...

  • I'm flying to Melbourne from Singapore in a couple of weeks and its on the 777-200ER with the proper business class seats i.e. 1/2/1 layout.