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Passengers using the Qantas Domestic Business Lounge and Qantas Club at Melbourne Airport are set to benefit from a major upgrade with more seating and new dining options.
There are plenty of eco-friendly initiatives being implemented airlines, hotels and car hire companies that can help you do the right thing by the planet.
In an age where every hotel has WiFi, business travellers are looking for a bit more. They want a lodging with a sense of place, staff that can fulfil every request and just a little spoiling.
Travelling for business can be a chore, especially for first-timers, and there are a few tips, tricks and hacks you should learn.
How Virgin Australia is setting off a new battle for Business Class - there's about to be another outbreak of hostilities in the transcontinental turf war.
Jetlag is the sworn enemy of business travellers, but unfortunately it comes with the territory. But if you're a corporate high flyer there's little time for lazy R&R.
An exciting aspect of the modern world is the opportunity to conduct business with overseas partners.
A couple of years back I found myself working overseas and living in a hotel.
Exciting things are in store for business travellers as the hotel industry embraces technology and change.
Airport lounges are terrific. Not just for the free flowing drinks and grazing tables but also for things like the quiet nooks, showers, Wi-Fi, barista-made coffees and carts of freshly made juice.
Airplane meals get a bad rep, but with a little planning it’s possible to eat very well indeed.
Airbnb and Flight Centre Travel Group partner to boost business travel accommodation options