Malaysia Airlines’ relatively modern A330 Business Class from Kuala Lumpur features on their flights to Auckland.
You’ll find Qatar Airways Airbus A332 aircraft on a number of Qatar’s lower traffic routes. As one of the older aircraft types in their fleet, it’s not an experience to seek out but if using your points to fly with Qatar to a specific city you may find yourself one of these planes. Here’s what to expect.
This hotel offers compact but cosy rooms with friendly service, excellent food and a convenient location.
BA fly daily from Sydney to Singapore and onwards to London. Points seats do come up every so often for this flight, so it’s worth remembering it as an option.
The Qantas First Class Lounge in Sydney consistently ranked as one of the world’s top ten airport lounges. Here’s our take.
This is a highly aspirational property, costing a lot of money or points, and then more cash once you are on the island. However, if you are able to afford it, it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
This is one of the most aspirational properties in the SPG-Marriott portfolio and is great for a 2-3 night visit. Plus, how to book this property for over 40% off.
This is not a lounge you would actively plan to arrive at the airport super early to enjoy but a pleasant and quiet place to spend an hour or so before your flight.
You don’t need Gold status to be able to access Virgin Australia’s domestic Business Class lounges in Australia – having Air New Zealand Koru Club membership, or redeeming Velocity points can also have you relaxing before your next Virgin flight.