The British Airways Business Class Lounge at Manchester Airport is located in terminal 3, where the BA flights operate from. The lounge is located upstairs from the shopping area after passing through airport security.
This is my Iberia Business Class review of a long haul flight on an A340-600 Iberia is the Spanish partner of BA in the IAG group. Having previous experience of British Airways it was an interesting change to have my first experiences of Iberia Business Class long haul on a journey from Europe to South […]
When you think of flying what do you imagine? Long journeys cooped up in economy class or luxurious business class. Yet how much have you thought about short haul instead of long haul? What about some of the shortest flights in the world.
Surely this is the magical question that every flier wants to know, which is the best airline for free upgrades? We all desire that magical moment when the airline staff take pleasure in giving us the great news, “You’ve been upgraded”.
The relatively new terminal at London’s most famous airport, Heathrow Terminal 5 is a real joy for any duty free shopper. Modern facilities and a range of big name stores gives it great shopping appeal. As one of the newest terminals in Europe the place still gleams in its modern structure. Serving as the main […]
I’ve flown China Southern before and have written a review of my economy class experience. However this year I had an opportunity to experience China Southern Airlines Business Class on a couple of domestic flights. It was a chance to find out if there was a decent step up from the rather poor showing in […]
After experiencing a range of classes of travel on various airlines it is now time for my Lufthansa Premium Economy review. I’ve already experienced the Air France version of this travel class but this was going to be a little bit special since it would be the Lufthansa Premium Economy A380 style!
If you’ve ever taken a KLM plane you might well have noticed that they have names of planes on the nose of the aircraft. Typically the name is written in Dutch on the starboard side and in English on the port side. Yet why do KLM plane names exist and how are they decided?