Posts Tagged ‘upgrade’

Scootbiz on the Boeing 787-9: worth the extra?

by Cameronon September 18, 2016
Is the extra cost of flying up-front on Scoot worth it? We tried Scootbiz to find out, flying from the Gold Coast to Singapore and then on to Taipei.

Krisflyer Redemptions upgrades to Premium Economy

by Lesleyon May 18, 2016
Singapore Airlines Premium Economy Class has been included in the line-up for both miles redemption and class upgrades for Krisflyer members.

AirAsia offers to usher in the Year of the Monkey

by Lesleyon January 6, 2016
AirAsia has a number of offers available in their Chinese New Year of the Monkey Promotion, on until 10th January 2015.

Firefly launches Flypremier

by Lesleyon February 2, 2015
2nd February 2015, SUBANG Firefly, a wholly owned subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines and Malaysia’s premium short-haul airline, launched its latest service today, FlyPremier for members of the Malaysia Airlines Enrich frequent flyer programme. Available on all flights at least two (2) hours before the schedule time of departure,  FlyPremier allows guests one (1) free flight change, an […]
'name your price' upgrade

Upgrade your seat, name your price

by Lesleyon December 15, 2014
Have you purchased a confirmed Economy or Business class seat on any Malaysian Airlines flight more than 48 hours ago? The airline is offering a ‘name your price’ upgrade where you may name what you are willing to pay for a bit more comfort! Payment of course, is not made until your offer is accepted […]
Empty Seat Option

Empty Seat Option

by Cameronon November 28, 2013
Can you make an economy flight a premium experience on a low cost airline? The short answer – yes, but you have to pay for it. AirAsia X however has made this extremely affordable through an ever-diversifying range of ‘upgrade options’ through Optiontown. Anyone who has booked an AirAsia X flight will know those constant […]

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Upgrade through Optiontown

by Cameronon December 2, 2012
You’ve booked yourself a sweet deal on Air Asia X and are planning your Asian getaway on what is probably your first long haul flight on a low cost carrier, when out of the blue you get an email. These emails are starting to arrive more and more often, and like spam you initially think the […]