This post is an abridged version of an article on Australian Business Traveller published on the 22nd July 2014.
At Australia’s eight major international airports, Singapore passports can now be used at the automated SmartGate scanners. Singapore is the first Asian country approved for the SmartGate system.
Following the success of a trial program launched in February, Singaporeans with
This post is an abridged version of an article on Australian Business Traveller published on the 21st July 2014.
In the wake of the MH17 disaster, Malaysia Airlines is offering a full refund on all bookings – even those sold as non-fundable tickets.
Malaysia Airlines will adapt the below policy effective immediately until Thursday, 24 Jul 2014 for:Passengers who
A growing number of governments worldwide are requiring air carriers to comply with a new security measure for mobile devices. Originally imposed July 2 by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the measure has been extended by other governments where authorities assess risk.
Under the new requirement, travellers may be asked to boot up their phone, tablet, ebook
This post is an abridged version of an article on Australian Business Traveller published on the 14th July 2014.
Collect your stash of Skywards miles for you can swap them for a much more comfortable flight in business class if you were ever stuck in economy to Dubai and beyond with Emirates.
Upgrades can be requested on all Emirates