• This is a real coup for Airbus with Qantas selecting the A350-1000 for Project Sunrise. I wouldn't be suprise that Airbus will announce the A350-1000ULR once Qantas firms the order next year, with Qantas being the launch customer.

  • I wouldn't be suprised that Airbus has offered good discount on future orders of A320neos/A321neo and A330neos

  • Air Vanuatu has purchased 4 A220's - 2 A220-100 delivery June 2020 and 2 A220-300 delivery 2021.The A220 is a very versatile aircraft with short landing/take off (A220-100) capabilities with an operating range up to 3,400 nmi (6,300 km) allowing it to fly across the Atlantic from Europe/UK/Irelan...

  • Not really. Virgin Atlantic already has co-share arrangements with Air NZ, so flying to Auckland would give Virgin Atlantic access to Air NZ South Pacific services.

  • I am not sure why a person can earned Velocity points using OLA and Qantas points earned with Uber when both of them are glorified taxi services. Why can't I earned Velocity and Qantas points if I use by iHail taxi app. OLA, Uber, Taxis, etc are riding sharing services.

  • Having tested all Emirates cabin products, I have found Emirates to be an over hyped and overrated. There are other airlines who have better all cabin products regardless of class flying in.

  • AirNZ Airpoints Status Match

    Apr 14, 2018, 09:14 AM

    All New Zealand issued Airpoints Platinum credits including AMEX and Westpac Airpoints Mastercard Word Card waive the Koru joining fee and give a NZ$145.00 discount on your yearly Koru membership fee.

  • AirNZ Airpoints Status Match

    Apr 13, 2018, 09:30 AM

    I would check with Air NZ about they are prepared to offer.As Kiwiwings said, get a NZ based Visa/Mastercard card that earns Airpoints Dollars and Status Points. Amex, Kiwibank, ANZ and Westpac are the 'official' issuers of Airpoints Credit/Debit cards excluding Air NZs own Onesmart Debit travel ...

  • AirNZ Chicago

    Mar 28, 2018, 08:43 AM

    UA will be co-sharing on Air NZ 's Auckland - Chicago O’Hare service using a B787-9V2 configuration.

  • Airbus A350 vs Boeing 787 Dreamliner

    Feb 20, 2018, 08:55 AM

    Originally Posted by Ian_from_HKG Originally Posted by pointyendmark For me the 787 beats the others because of the fresh cabin air it takes directly from outside, rather than through the engines. This fresh air has higher humidity, which, along with the higher oxygen levels in a cabin at 6,000...