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The cost A re­turn flight from Dubai to Mel­bourne typ­i­cally costs from Dh26,500.

The perks Trav­el­ling with work col­leagues and have a press­ing topic to dis­cuss? Qan­tas’s A380s boast a small on-board lounge, com­plete with 132cm tele­vi­sion for dis­play­ing pre­sen­ta­tions or videos. Al­ter­na­tively you can for­get about work, grab a drink from the small bar, and chat with friends about ad­ven­tures at your des­ti­na­tion. Back at your seat, food is made to or­der from the Rock­pool de­signed business menu. Ar­rive re­freshed thanks to the well- stocked Kate Spade and Jack Spade amenity kits, which fea­ture Aus­tralian­made As­par spa prod­ucts, al­low­ing you to land feel­ing clean and re­freshed.

The draw­backs Qan­tas business class flights are of­ten re­ally ex­pen­sive. It’s known for its tip-top ser­vice in econ­omy, so weigh up the ben­e­fits if pay­ing per­son­ally – are on-board som­me­liers and meet­ing rooms re­ally worth the ex­or­bi­tant prices?

The ver­dict A classy car­rier with lots of lit­tle nu­ances to make your jour­ney as en­joy­able and re­lax­ing as pos­si­ble.

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