Qantas First Class launches Host Service in Singapore

Travel News Asia Tuesday, 5 June 2007

Qantas First Class today launched the Qantas First Host Service in Singapore. Designed to offer an end-to-end luxury travel experience, a team of specially-selected International Qantas First Host members will coordinate guests requests and special requirements to ensure the smoothest and most enjoyable flight experience possible.

Qantas is upping the ante once again with the First Host Service, said Steve Limbrick, regional general manager for Qantas and British Airways South East Asia. We believe that a good travel experience should begin as soon as a customer decides to travel with Qantas. Our First Host programme will create a truly seamless travel experience for our First Class customers.

As part of the service, a First Host is available to assist with departure arrangements and special requests, leaving customers to make use of the full-serviced bar, buffet, shower suites and business centre facilities.

Qantas revamped its International First Class product in March 2007. Onboard selected flights, customers now have the opportunity to select signature dishes by internationally-renowned chef Neil Perry thanks to his eight-course tasting menu. Each dish is matched with specially-selected wines from Qantas award-winning cellar.

Qantass close collaboration with some of Australias finest designers has been extended to all aspects of the airlines unique in flight experience. For women, Collette Dinnigan has designed amenity kits in the shape of floral silk purses, filled with skincare products from Payot. Meanwhile, Akiro Isogawa has produced a functional, yet stylish, zippered pod in chocolate suede for male travellers, also packed with Payot products.

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