Qantas Airlines has turned its new Business class amenity kits into veritable works of art, featuring works from 16 Australian artists.
The consultancy recognises airlines which ”have shown the greatest prowess in ancillary revenue, a la carte pricing, and loyalty marketing” during 2016.
As Qantas gets set for the arrival of its new Boeing 787 Dreamliner to Sydney next year, the airline has revealed an update to its …
Passengers obsess over the little things.
Inflight amenity kits are popular. (People also want the dish on inflight meals too, but we’ll leave food for another time.)
Take the flying experience comments of Julie Zeveloff of Business Insider who recently compared her long-haul business class flying experiences between Delta and Emirates.
While Zeveloff had a lot of good things to say about both airlines, one slight disappointment really seemed to tip the scales: slippers, or the absence thereof.
As part of its 95 years celebrations, Qantas has launched a four-week pop-up exhibition at its Sydney Qantas Club of Barbie and Ken dolls donning …