Delta reinvents the international Main Cabin dining experience

Today Delta Air Lines have unveiled a brand new inflight dining experience which will feature in the Main (Economy) Cabin on international flights. The series of investments to enhance the passenger experience are set to debut on board select flights with the U.S. carrier from November and will continue into next year. At a time […]

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Traveller Trends by the Numbers with Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand have recently begun their new financial year, so the airline decided to release some key customer metrics from the past twelve months; which made for some interesting reading into travellers’ preferences and habits. So, here are some traveller trends from passengers flying with Air New Zealand. #AirNZTravellerTrends Between the 1st of July […]

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Hotel Review: Viceroy Santa Monica

Combining classic sophistication with contemporary chic, the Viceroy Santa Monica is a boutique hotel nestled in a prominent location in the heart of Santa Monica – which is one of the most walkable cities in the world. The interior has been styled by Kelly Wearstler, an American designer and it’s ultra cool inside. In mid-November, I had the […]

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A luxury stay at the Viceroy Santa Monica

Combining classic sophistication with contemporary chic, the Viceroy Santa Monica is a boutique hotel nestled in a prominent location in the heart of Santa Monica – which is one of the most walkable cities in the world. The interior has been styled by Kelly Wearstler, an American designer and its ultra cool inside. Last month I had […]

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Delta Premium to debut in 2017

From Autumn 2017, Delta Air Lines will introduce Delta Premium, a brand new cabin experience on selected international flights. This is very exciting news from the Atlanta-based carrier. Featuring additional space, premium amenities and enhanced service; it looks as though Delta’s Premium Economy experience could enter the market as one of the best around.     […]

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Air New Zealand to refurbish 777-300ER aircraft

Air New Zealand have recently announced a rather exciting refurbishment programme for their seven Boeing 777-300ER aircraft; which will begin early next year and amount to more than $100 million New Zealand Dollars of investment into enhancing the customer experience. Beginning in February 2017, each Boeing 777-300ER aircraft will be progressively taken out of service to receive […]

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British Airways completes 747 refresh

British Airways has finally completed a major refresh of 18 of their iconic Boeing 747s; marking the end of an expansive 11-month refurbishment programme. Devised as a way to enhance the customer experience; each jumbo jet now features a refreshed interior to match that of the Airbus A380 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner, a state-of-the-art in-flight entertainment system, […]

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Travel Etiquette: Is there a dress-code when flying?

Is there a dress-code when flying? Some may say there isn’t, where actually there very well could be. Specifically the policy does vary by individual airline; but all usually follow the same conventions of modest clothing which is family friendly etc; but there are a few other points that I’d like to bring to your attention. […]

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BA’s newest catering enhancements: Or should I say cuts!

If you’re an avid reader on FlyerTalk; I am sure you may have stumbled across the July’s Enhancements thread which references to the monthly catering updates at British Airways. From what it would seem, these enhancements, actually seem to be cuts – but just another way of putting it. Of course, this has enraged the flying […]

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