La Compagnie — an airline which offers only business class — is giving you the opportunity to enjoy an unlimited amount of flights within one year as a business class passenger between Newark, Paris and London…
Double Qmiles, Significant Discounts and Free Sunglasses When You Purchase Two or More Business Class Tickets on Qatar Airways
Enjoy significantly discounted fares when you purchase two or more tickets from now through November 26, 2014 for seats in the business class cabin on aircraft operated by Qatar Airways for travel between December 1, 2014 through March 26, 2015 which commences from the United States; and you will also receive double Qmiles as well as one pair of complimentary Ray-Ban Aviator polarized sunglasses — available while supplies last — for each booking for seats in the business class cabin through the official Internet web site of Qatar Airways.
There are numerous terms and conditions associated with this promotion, which are listed below…
The first time traveling in a seat in the business class cabin on an international flight from Munich to New York supposedly “ruined” commercial air travel forever for Glynnis MacNicol — to the point where the experience seemed to reach the threshold of ethereal, with phrases such as “If everyone could fly business class, there would be no more war” and “There is no fear in business class.”
Ahh, Glynnis — where have you been for the past 15 years in the era of the frequent flier?
While the article she wrote was certainly an interesting read — viewing what it is like to travel in the premium class cabin on an international flight for the first time through the eyes of a neophyte to luxury travel — it seemed rather…
In response to the recent strike, Lufthansa has temporarily waived advance purchase restrictions on new tickets bought offline. This means cheap business class fares that normally have to be bought 21+ days in advance are currently available. Check out the discussion thread for more info and terms & conditions.
Who ever heard of a competition authority arguing there was too much of it. Apparently business class fares in Germany “need” to be higher. Naturally this news causes a reaction in Flyer Talkers – check out the air fares too low discussion.
Many FTers are familiar with YUP (or QUP, KUP, etc) fares offered by some US-based airlines – pay for economy fly in first. Now Swiss has added their own version of YUP (pay for economy fly in business) on selected intra-Europe routes. Are there other non-US-based airlines also offering these types of fares? Please share by a comment or a message.
A good example of the useful information posted by FTers that is not found in one place anywhere else is this thread in the Oneworld forum listing classes of travel available by airline within OW by aircraft type compiled by SLF with help of many well-travelled FTers.
You Paid for Business Class. An Elite Frequent Flier Member Claims You Do Not Belong There – He Does…
…and he tells you that you should go back to China.
What would you do?
I would first tell him that I have never been to China, but that is another story.
Read the incredible story as related by FlyerTalk member pvtwong in the Upgrades are based on availability. Rude Person thread and see if you are not seething by the time you are finished reading.
I personally believe that pvtwong handled the situation incredibly well.
Some people think they are entitled to everything.