|Turkish Airlines Presents Traveling Chief Cook Service For Business Class Travellers|
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Dubai is the first location in the Middle East for the 'Flying Chef' idea which was released in 2010 in a joint partnership with Turkish DO&CO, the airline’s world-renowned fabulous in-flight catering service and champion of ‘World’s Best Economy Class On-board Catering.’
Business class travellers on Dubai tracks can experience cooking pleasures as Flying Chefs work beside cabin team to serve an every week selection of the finest international and Turkish motivated delicacies. Recipes are prepared using fresh substances and chefs are qualified specifically to work in the restricted collection space. Travellers can also demand unique creativities on the menus.
The general manager for Turkish Airlines in Dubai said: Our business and comfort class seats are very popular with travellers from Dubai, which shows the high requirements expected from citizens in a city renowned for providing the best kindness. The addition of the Flying Chief cook Assistance is our way of fulfilling current and potential fliers and guaranteeing the best on board experience.
Friday, May 3, 2013
Australian airline Qantas has always been fast to accept new technology. Back in October 2010, it became one of the first airlines to provide iPads as in-flight enjoyment techniques, and one of the first to accept Passbook last November.
Now day the company released a new iPhone app that allows customers to search and book flights, find somewhere to live and store digital boarding passes in Passbook.
The app's known as Qantas Airways, and it's a free download from the App Store. It functions a ton of features that regular brochures will love, such as the capability to search for the best fares and book flights, and make customized alerts that will inform you whenever there are sales or provides, or when fare pries fall below your "preferred cost."
Once you've reserved your journey, the app offers you with a digital boarding pass that you can store within Passbook. You can also use the app to book over 100,000 hotels worldwide, access up-to-the-minute flight status, and view your regular leaflet factors stability from the home screen.
If you are a Qantas customer, the app is sure to improve your traveling experience.
Apple released Passbook last September together with iOS 6, and although variety big companies have reinforced it, adoption has still been pretty slow - particularly outside of the United States. Qantas is one of the few worldwide organizations to have accepted it.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Virgin Australia takes a step nearer to related Qantas' 'full service' standard nowadays with the first appearance of free meals and beverages for economy class travellers on selected flights.
The deal comprised even the most affordable, most heavily-discounted economy tickets - but the arrangement is limited to flights of more than 2 hours 45 minutes.
Virgin Australia's flights to Denpasar and Phuket are the first tracks on the ‘free food’ schedule, with the airline planning to “progressively roll out the service on all flights over 2h 45m by the second half of this year”, a Virgin Australia orator verified to Australian Business Traveller.
“All visitors will be offered the choice from two hot foods at breakfast, lunch and dinner, which are complemented by some side dishes such as a dessert, healthy salad or bread roll” Virgin Australia says, while the buy-on-board assistance on these flights will move to being “snack based”.
Virgin Australia already offers 100 % free meals and beverages to all travelers on transcontinental services between Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to Perth.
However, the large of Virgin's domestic flights - which, like Qantas, take place on the 'golden triangle' corridor of Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne - take less than 2 hours 45 minutes, so economy travelers will still need to buy foods and beverages on board.
Requested how now was resolved upon as the cut-off for 100% free foods, the Virgin Australia speaker said “the 2h 45m mark has been determined as a key flight time when our visitors would like a meal as aspect of their flight service.”
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Etihad Airways the nationwide air travel of the UAE, will start every day non-stop flights between its home platform of Abu Dhabi and Serbian capital Belgrade from June 15.
Serbia's nationwide service provider JatAirways will position its JU code on the new service, as well as to 21 destinations on the Etihad Airways network.
Etihad Airways will position its EY code on 23 of JatAirways' European flights.
Etihad Airways will functions a two-cabin Airbus A319 aircraft on the service between Abu Dhabi and Belgrade, designed to carry 106 travelers, with 16 seats in business class and 90 in economy class.
The statement was created in Belgrade by James Hogan, Etihad Airways' president and chief executive officer.
Belgrade will become the 3rd of six new locations to be provided by Etihad Airways in 2013, following the release in March of flights to Washington, D.C., and to Amsterdam that will start in May.
Services will start later this year to Sao Paulo in Brazil, Sana'a in Yemen and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Emirates Airlines newly announced that it plans to release a latest trans-Atlantic flight service this drop. Beginning October 1, the service provider will feature a direct service that joins Milan, Italy, with New York City.
"Operating a trans-Atlantic path has been on our plan for some time," said Emirates president Tim Clark. "Having properly supervised visitors moves we have determined a powerful need for both an immediate relationship and, significantly, for the Emirates product ... The route is presently under served, particularly with a powerful premium offering, and this is where we see an obvious starting for Emirates."
When the first flight takes off, Emirates will become the only airline on that path to offer a first-class cabin, Business passenger’s reports. Only eight passengers will be able to catch a popular seat in that area, but another 42 can buy business class tickets and more than 300 can fly in economy.
All flights are scheduled to originate and end in Dubai, connecting the increasing city to New York with three flights per day. For people allowing for travel to Dubai or travel to Italy, the new path should add some welcome variety.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
As part of its comfort effort, Airberlin has started out a Unique Patiently Waiting Area for regular flyers and Business Class travellers in Hamburg, following similar goes in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Munich. The airline which functions on an international range is regularly investing in offering an even better service for its visitors. In terms of traveler volume, Hamburg is the fourth-largest airport for Airberlin in Germany.
"In 2012, we had over 3.1 million flight visitors, making us the second-largest carrier in Hamburg. By offering this Unique Patiently Waiting Area we hope to now make the trip even more enjoyable for our visitors in Hamburg," said airberlin CCO Paul Gregorowitsch on the occasion of the inauguration of the Unique Patiently Waiting Area.
Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport, pressured the airline's importance for the airport: "airberlin is one of our biggest and most important clients. We welcome the fact that airberlin is making an investment in Hamburg and displaying a clear dedication to the airport".
Members of the top bonus regular flyer program who hold a position card, or airberlin flight visitors with a ticket booked in the FlyFlex fare category or with a Business Class ticket for their linking flight, can use the Concern table at the airport to save time when verifying in. They can also use the Protection Fast Lane to get through the protection checks more speedily and then take enough time waiting for their departure in the Unique Patiently Waiting Area in the Skywalk above Gate 08. Here, flight visitors are offered publications and magazines, as well as hot and cold drinks, and can watch the latest news programmes, all free of charge; 49 comfortable leather armchairs produced by Walter Knoll provide an invites to rest while they are waiting. There are power sockets available to cost and connect electronic devices. The Exclusive Waiting Area has a departure information board to allow visitors to check their departure times whenever they wish. Further Unique Patiently Waiting Areas will progressively be made available at other airports, the next being planned for Vienna Airport.
Airberlin is one of Europe’s foremost airlines and flies to 150 destinations in 40 countries. The second biggest airline in Germany carried more than 33 million passengers in 2012. Airberlin offers a international path network through its ideal collaboration with Etihad Airways, which has a 29.21% share in airberlin, and through membership of the one world airline alliance. The airline with the award-winning service operates Codeshare flights worldwide with 14 airlines. The navy has a standard age of five years and is among the most modern and eco-efficient in Europe.