Sydney, the capital of the state of New South Wales is Australia’s foremost economic and financial hub. Known the world over for iconic landmarks like the white ‘sail’ topped Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbor Bridge, Sydney which has long coastline of white sand beaches, exudes a ‘laid back’ vibe which almost masks its bustling Central Business District home to many of Australia’s most prominent financial institutions like the Australian Securities Exchange and the Reserve Bank of Australia.
Also located in Sydney are the headquarters of nearly 80% of the banks operating in Australia like the Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, Citigroup, UBS Australia and more. The city also hosts the headquarters of the largest Australian companies like Macquarie Group, Caltex Australia, and Qantas along with Asian Pacific headquarters of 600 global corporations like American Express, British Aerospace, Coca-Cola Amatil, Unilever and H.J. Heinz. It is estimated that Sydney accounts for 32% of Australia’s GDP and is also Australia’s most important destination for MICE events.
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Sydney which handles 43% of all of Australia’s foreign arrivals is easy to get to from most parts of the world. The city is served by its busy Kingsford Smith International Airport, a hub for national carrier Qantas and low cost carriers Jetstar and Virgin Australian airlines.
Given the growing importance of Sydney as a favored business travel destination, several airlines have introduced changes to their capacity on routes serving Sydney. For instance Australian Qantas pressed into service its A380 super jumbo on the route from Sydney to Hong Kong on January 15th 2012.
The airline offers 11 weekly flights on this route, out of which four flights feature the super jumbo equipped with 14 first class suites, 72 fully-flat sky bed seats in business class, 32 seats in premium economy and 332 in economy.
Cathay Pacific has similarly announced that it will unveil its new premium economy cabin on selective services Sydney from April 2012. These new seats will be over 19 inches wide and have a 38-inch seat pitch with 8 inches of recline. Additionally, the seats will be equipped with in-seat power have a multi-port connection for various devices. Priority check-in and boarding, 10.6 inch TV screens, noise cancelling headphones, amenity kits, increased baggage allowance and meal selection options will also be offered in this new cabin.
Singapore Airlines has announced the launch of its new low cost carrier Scoot which will begin to fly daily from Singapore to Sydney in mid-2012, using B777-200ER air craft which will be configured to accommodate 370 passengers in business and economy cabins, though the business class seats will feature old fashioned recliner seats rather than the angled lie-flat seats offered by rivals like Air Asia.