Does anyone know if Qantas will be using San Francisco as a transit point for connecting onto American Airlines with QF code share services like they do at LAX and DFW?

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Ryan K

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Member since 30 May 2013

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Does anyone know if Qantas will be using San Francisco as a transit point for connecting onto American Airlines with QF code share services like they do at LAX and DFW? Cheers.

jimmylikesitwet

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Member since 10 Sep 2014

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Possibly. But as SFO isn't a hub for AA then if you're looking for connecting flights you'll have many more options out of LAX and DFW. 

TomGoddardd

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Member since 15 Dec 2014

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Probable, considering SFO isn't a hub for AA there will be limited flights though

harrylano Banned

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Member since 14 Jul 2015

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Most likely mate, as you said American airlines is really the go for QF so they can share the services etc. If you are looking to go to LAX or DFW then yeah possibly buddy, take care,

much love,

lano

Himeno

Member since 12 Dec 2012

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SFO isn't a hub for any of QFs local partners, so there aren't many destinations you could connect to on partners compared to LAX or DFW.

AA: ORD, DFW, LAX, MIA, JFK, CLE, PHL, PHX

WS (seasonal): YVR, YYC

AS: PDX, SEA, PSP, PVR, SJD

I could see QF codes on some of these flights, but you can connect to all those, and more, via LAX. Any codeshares on SFO flights would be meant for people spending time in San Francisco, then continuing somewhere else in North America on QF codes.

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