Iberia currently flys its Airbus A330-200 between Madrid and Rio de Janeiro and a combination of an incredibly generous Iberia promotion from last year and near-perfect reward flight availability (for me) saw me book a roundtrip Business Class fare on this route for just 85,000 Avios + taxes.
Qantas has brought back a promotion I last remember seeing back in 2017 and it's offering travelers a 30% discount on the number of points required for Economy Class 'Classic Fight Rewards'.
British Airways has launched a promotion in which it's offering its Executive Club members the opportunity to earn double Avios on up to six flights between now and the end of the year.
JetBlue has given the Economy Class cabin in its Airbus A320 aircraft a makeover and the first aircraft fitted with the new cabin is now in service. With airlines increasingly densifying their Economy Class cabins at the expense of passengers' personal space it's interesting to see what path JetBlue has taken.
Singapore Airlines has used its 'World Gourmet Forum' to announce a series of improvements that it will be making to its onboard food and beverage options as well as improvements to the food and beverage services open to flyers.
The oneworld airlines that make up one of the transatlantic joint ventures are currently offering amazingly good Business Class fares for travel between Amsterdam and a large number of North American cities.
Earlier today Virgin Atlantic's Twitter account put out a teaser suggesting that the airline would be announcing a new route to a destination in the southern hemisphere which has more than 6,000 pizzerias and is "famous for football" (soccer). That destination has now been confirmed as Sao Paulo, Brazil.
British Airways has been running a Luxury Holiday sale which was due to end tomorrow (19 March) but, as often happens with these BA sales, this offer has now been extended through 26 March so you have an extra week to find something which works for you.
An article in yesterday's Seattle Times makes for worrying reading if you're a flyer, a Boeing shareholder or a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) manager because it suggests that the certification process for the Boeing 737 MAX was hurried, botched and, to a significant degree, passed back to Boeing engineers to do themselves.
British Airways has just unveiled the new Club World Suite which it will be introducing into its fleet later this year. I've only had a few minutes to scan though the pictured and watch the video BA have provided but, based on what I've seen, I'm truly astonished - it's a real suite!