A flight review of my first Etihad flight.
Mobile-check in blunder for this first time attempt at the 'streamlined' check-in system.
Complimentary entertainment and a revitalised menu? What more do you need on a flight to Adelaide?
Landings just don’t get any smoother than the one experienced on this flight.
There’s nothing better than a near-empty red-eye flight. Spare seats abounded aboard this A330 – including one perfectly positioned next to me!
Does complimentary wine and Australian beer make up for boarding an aircraft in the pouring rain?
e-Travel Blackboard hops a Delta Air Lines jet in Panama City, Panama, for a flight home – that is, to Delta HQ in Atlanta.
No one was waiting at the First Class check-in, so the entire process was quick and smooth.
It’s late. I’ve been travelling for 22 hours. And now I have to board a four-hour flight to Panama City. I need a hassle-free flight. I need Delta Air Lines.
The flight departed on time and arrived in Los Angeles ten minutes early.
An informative pilot kept passengers in good spirits despite a 1.5 hour delay.
A short flight packed with entertainment and great service.
Economy Class. 30 October 2012.
Not even needing sleep on a red-eye flight can tear me away from the array of entertainment options aboard Singapore Airlines.
Indulging in a world of entertainment options accompanied by a Singapore Sling makes travelling in economy a pill that is a whole lot easier to swallow.
Discovering why Virgin Australia requires more gates at Sydney Domestic Airport, my fellow passengers and I discovered the joy of sitting on the tarmac for 30 minutes.
Discovering whether I truly am "the reason they fly" I put Qantas service to the test after nearly a year of only flying Virgin Australia domestically.
A flight with personality, just over one hour wasn’t enough to experience all that this flight had to offer.