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Australian Business Traveller app

Posted by on April 9, 2014 – 05:18 am

Australian Business Traveller app

Getting in and around London’s main international airport, Heathrow, has a reasonably useful app ( | | ) that shows arrivals, departures, interactive terminal maps, the full lowdown on Heathrow’s security situation and some useful “while you’re in the queue” London travel information. Heading into town on the Heathrow Express train to Paddington? We’ve previously discussed how useful is for checking timetables and buying tickets — and it even works as a ticket, displaying a 2D barcode. ( | | ) Getting around London’s underground Tube network is…

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Australian Business Traveller best seats

Posted by on March 13, 2014 – 05:22 am

Australian Business Traveller best seats

Upcoming economy class trip on a Qantas 747? These aircraft feature on medium- to long-range sectors to LA, Dallas Fort-Worth, Narita, Singapore and Johannesburg, and we can help you when it comes to selecting the best economy seat. Qantas maintain three different configurations for their 747-400 aircraft, however there are some similarities between them that cause the same seats to generally be in the same places. Here are the three layouts available as of November 2013 (click to see larger): Config 3: 3 aircraft, 275 economy seats Whilst exit…

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Australian Business Traveller website

Posted by on May 15, 2014 – 12:21 pm

Australian Business Traveller website

alt= Qantas beefs up its business travel website title= Qantas beefs up its business travel website /> Qantas has quietly introduced the next round of website functionality upgrades – this time, creating a dedicated portal for Qantas Business Direct (QBD) customers. Seemingly in ‘soft launch’ phase, savvy business travellers – or rather, the people who organise their travel – can now go beyond the scope of their Frequent Flyer profile and manage travel on a whole new level. Some genuine enhancements We use the e word advisedly on Australian…

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