Premium Economy Flight Reviews
Using frequent flyer points to redeem for Premium Economy flights is a great way to get more space and comfort than travelling in Economy, without needing a super-high frequent flyer point balance. Here are our reviews of a range of Premium Economy flights.
China Airlines provides a cost-effective alternative to get to Europe, through its Taipei hub.
If you are planning a trip to the US, finding Business or First Class seats can be a difficult task, so Premium Economy could be a good compromise between comfort and value. Here is what to expect from the experience and how to book a seat using your points.
This innovative seat represents a great value redemption using Velocity points or upgrade using Air NZ Airpoints (if you have them), but you’ll have to be quick to use it if wanting to travel between the East Coast and Auckland.
I’ve long been intrigued by Air New Zealand, having not flown with them at all – until now! They control premium cabin points redemption seats extremely tightly, so Premium Economy and Business Class flights are […]
Cathay Pacific launched their new Premium Economy cabin in the middle of 2012, and it’s now available on almost all of Cathay’s Australia to Hong Kong flights, and along with their new Business Cabin, is […]
My flight up to Hong Kong was on QF127, the daytime departure from Sydney at 11.50am. Although Qantas have recently started flying the A380 on this route, 3 days out of 7 are still operated […]
This was booked as a paid Economy fare, one way Singapore to Sydney. Qantas tickets departing Singapore are usually more flexible and cheaper than one-way’s departing from Australia. They book into a more permissive booking […]