• That's a nice looking product. It's a shame Oman Air's international network is not yet that extensive.

  • Hats off to Mr. Branson, he is an adroit marketer. It takes some real wizardry to turn some croissants and other baked goods into a full-scale press event!

  • Regular posters on here will know I am a big advocate of CX and what they're preaching. Generally, they are doing great things. However, one area that has been a veritable disaster in their offering is the J class food. It's about time they fix it up!

  • This David Hawksworth chap sounds like a real “Neil Perry” type. Does he sport a similarly emblematic ponytail?Jokes aside, we seem to be witnessing the beginning of a step change in the way carriers position their J class product. Generally, lounges have steadily been losing their ...

  • I actually thought some of the shots looked reminiscent of CX’s latest lounge motif.

  • I've been using my mobile phone on planes as and when I please ever since I've had one. It's completely fine.

  • Who knows. While it is very unusual for you to get bumped in those circumstances, all airlines are clear you can never be guaranteed a specific seat for any reason. Most likely a mix-up or screw-up by a VA staffer is my view.

  • Qantas US operations

    Apr 17, 2018, 03:10 PM

    The premise of this analysis is flawed.It is not always the ex-BNE QF15 that turns into QF11, it is often QF11 (ex-SYD).

  • Autism travel

    Apr 14, 2018, 02:03 PM

    These days, a good percentage of the general populous is on the spectrum in any event. Cabin crew of premium carriers are very good at handling a range of pax with different conditions. While, yes, full-blown autism is very much at the “pointy end” of the spectrum, you have nothing to...

  • None. Zero. Zilch. Nada.