This post is an abridged version of an article on Australian Business Traveller published on 21 April 2014.
Arriving in a city halfway around the world means you’ll be drowsy and unfocused when you arrive. Jetlag can mean buffering your visit to another country with days spent recovering to ensure you’re sharp for a business meeting.
But now a new
This post is an abridged version of an article on Australian Business Traveller published on 11 April 2014.
Adorning luggage tags and flight tickets, airport codes often seem rather straightforward. SYD clearly stands for Sydney, while MEL similarly indicates Melbourne.
But this isn’t always the case. Brisbane’s airport code isn’t BRI – it’s BNE – because the former code had
This post is an abridged version of an article on Flight Global published on 31 March 2014.
Airlines are increasingly demanding lighter cabin components, including seats. Now a new seat manufacturer looks set to shake things up with an innovative aircraft seat made mostly from titanium.
French company Expliseat are manufacturing the new seat which will launch with Air Méditerranée
A diverse city with Old World charm and vibrant culture.
Montreal, once the commercial centre of Canada, now stands as its cultural hub. The largest city in the province of Quebec is home to more than 250 theatre and dance companies, top-notch museums, a world-famous jazz festival and an events calendar bursting with more than 100 other festivals annually. Past