Business Class seats are not all the same. The seat-width and recline often depend on the type of aircraft. Continental's Business Class service is offered on international flights on B777, B767 and B757 aircraft, but the seats are not all the same. more >>
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If you want to fly First Class for the long flight from the mainland to Hawaii, consider departing from the North Star State. Northwest is using a new, internationally configured A330 on its Minneapolis-Honolulu route (one flight daily). This is arguably the best airline seat... more >>
232 years ago, the United States declared independence from England. To show there are no hard feelings, British Airways invites travelers in the colonies to celebrate with round-trip discounted Business Class airfares to London from six US gateways for $1,776quite a deal. But tarry not (after reading below) ... more >>
The backyard barbeque is barely warmed up, yet one airline is already trying to tempt you with some year-end holiday fares. Continental wins the 2008 award for early kickoff of turkey-season travel, with round-trip Business Class fares to Europe starting at just $1,020 (plus taxes) for November travel; $1,220 in December/January. more >>
Flyers hoping to escape the extended misery of coach on the long haul between the US and Asia, are seeing their most affordable comfort option, Premium Economy, becoming scarce. Two popular Asia carriers have dropped the service, one by eliminating the class, and the other by halting operations on a major route, leaving fewer low-cost options. more >>
The airline says the rollout of new British Airways Business Class seats is complete on B747s serving New York/JFK-London/Heathrow, with the fleet-wide installation scheduled for completion by mid-2008. more >>
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