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A Korean Air A380 in Seoul. The airline is adjusting its flight schedules and its fleet offerings in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Ben Suskind)

Korean Air Suspends Flights, Adjusts Premium Classes and Freighter Fleet

Korean Air announced Monday that it is scaling back a significant number of flights due to the decrease in passenger volume because of the coronavirus. In a press release, the airline announced it would be either suspending or reducing the frequency on dozens of flights in both its international and domestic networks. Beginning Aug. 1, Korean Air will suspend 14 round-trip flights from Incheon, South Korea to seven cities in the Americas. Additionally, nine flights to the Americas will drop…

A New Inspiration of Japan: An Inside Look at ANA’s…

Less than two weeks after it was announced, New York became the second city to receive All Nippon Airways’ newest premium products on Friday with the Japanese airline debuting “THE Room” and “THE Suite” on the Tokyo-New York route in business class and first class, respectively. Fitted exclusively on the…

New York to See Latest All Nippon Airways’ Premium Products

Already connecting New York and Tokyo with its premium-heavy Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, All Nippon Airways is set to upgrade the route even further by introducing its newest business and first class products next month. The Japanese carrier first unveiled the new products, called The Room and The Suite for first…

Singapore Airlines to Improve Changi Airport Lounges

Singapore Airlines has announced that it will invest more than $37 million to revamp its SilverKris and KrisFlyer Gold Lounges at Changi Airport in Terminal 3. The hospitality designers Hirsch Bedner Associates has been hired to make “each lounge that is modern yet homely, while inspiring a sense of timeless…

Asiana’s Removal of First Class Highlights a Larger Industry Trend

Earlier this week Asiana Airlines surprised a good portion of the aviation community by announcing that they would no longer be offering a first class product. Overall Asiana only offers first class on three routes so it’s not that really that big of a deal. It’s not like Cathay Pacific…

Asiana Faces More Financial Tribulations, Cuts First Class Offering

South Korea-based Asiana has announced that it will stop offering first class service in September. Also, the beleaguered carrier will terminate service to the Indian city of New Delhi and the Russian city of Khabarovsk and Juschno-Sachalinsk in July. Earlier, their arch-rival, Korean Air, announced that they will also cancel…

United Opens Long-Awaited Polaris Lounge at LAX

After much anticipation and waiting, the missing piece to the United Polaris experience at LAX has finally arrived. United opened its fifth Polaris lounge at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to flyers Saturday. The lounge’s opening not only marks another milestone for Polaris but also it caps off the airline’s…

A Look at the Celebrity Chef Menu at Qantas’ LAX…

Qantas has created a new a la carte menu for its customers to savor at its First Lounge at LAX for the fall season. The lounge menus are updated by Qantas seasonally to reflect the best seasonal produce from Californian farmers and fishmongers, and it’s also one of the best,…

Inside United’s Latest Polaris Lounge in Houston

On Friday, United opened the doors to its latest Polaris Lounge at Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). Located inside United’s Terminal E, near gate E12 and the United Club, two sliding glass doors lead passengers to the lounge check-in desk. Similar to other Polaris Lounges, passengers are greeted by…

Trip Report: Qantas First Class – Los Angeles to Sydney

Qantas’ international first class product on the A380 is a favorite among avid travelers and frequent fliers alike. From lavish bedding to restaurant-style dining, the product is a step above premium and is worth just about every point, mile or penny, especially on a long flight Down Under. Indeed the…