November 2007
Australian Gourmet Traveller;Nov2007, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p218
This section offers news briefs regarding developments in the global airline industry. British Airways initiated a $233 million overhaul of its business-class amenities onboard the airline's Boeing 747 and 777 fleet. Qantas has launched a Carbon Offset Program where passengers may elect to offset their carbon emissions via qantas.com and jetstar.com. Cathay Pacific is set to increase its Sydney-Hong Kong flights to four per week starting February 2008.


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