Ultra Long Haul

Air New Zealand aims to put economy travellers to sleep with new lie-flat prototype sleep pods concept

A huge investment is continually made by airlines in their premium cabins, but the same cannot be necessarily be said about the Economy cabins at

Alan Joyce teases stretching zones and exercise modifications as Qantas gears up for second of three Project Sunrise research flights

It was 100 years ago this week that the first ever flight from the UK to Australia took off from Hounslow Heath (near today’s London

Project Sunrise will push aviation boundaries, it is no surprise that Qantas is taking every step of the journey with caution

Australia’s flag carrier Qantas is one of the most famous names in aviation history and it has already pushed aviation boundaries with the launch last

Banishing business travel jet-lag could be worth billions in productivity, but how do we beat the travel blues?

Billions of dollars are spent on business travel each year so finding ways to banish jet-lag could be a major economic and productivity boon. Studies

As Project Sunrise discussions continue, new Qantas research reveals what customers really want on ultra long-haul flights

Stationary exercise bikes and virtual reality relaxation and entertainment are among several features Qantas customers are suggesting for futuristic long-haul flights, the Australian flag carrier

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