Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 23 Feb 2017
Total posts 15
In September I am flying business class to Dallas. Already flown direct on Qantas. I want to try another route. Happy to have an overnight stay somewhere. Research shows it is possible on Emirates, Etihad, BA, AA, Korean/AA. Any other suggestions. Would prefer to bypass LAX.
Member since 15 Sep 2012
Total posts 88
How about Air New Zealand via Auckland to Houston service then quick domestic to Dallas?
Member since 13 Jul 2012
Total posts 146
JAL/AA via Tokyo
Air Canada via Vancouver
Member since 24 Oct 2010
Total posts 990
Member since 27 Feb 2015
Total posts 27
United thru SFO
Member since 26 May 2014
Total posts 294
QF & AA via SFO
Member since 02 Apr 2017
Total posts 164
I like the Korean option. They're a very solid, yet underrated airline and if you've never been to Seoul, a good way to spend a night/day.In terms of sheer product quality - Qatar Airways should be possible, or else Etihad, Emirates or Qantas via SFO.
Air New Zealand - Airpoints
Member since 31 Oct 2016
Total posts 203
I'd recommend Aniljak's suggestion of Houston via AKL
Member since 25 Apr 2015
Total posts 7
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 25 Apr 2017
Total posts 6
Cathay Pacific to HKG and then American to DFW.
I have the advantage of time. I just need to be in Dallas at a certain date but can take time to get there. Qantas is nice and direct but their business cost seems a bit high. Airline quality and cost is the main factor. I have flown AA and their business class is a bit wanting. Air New Zealand to Houston is a possibility as I will be there for 2 months and will use a car to get to Dallas. Anyone flown that route?
Member since 09 May 2013
Total posts 339
Air NZ has a much better product and they have the seats on sale for under $5000. How could you beat 1-2-1.
Member since 02 May 2016
Total posts 26
Flew AA business class HKG to DFW 3 weeks ago on their new 777-300, very nice indeed....so would highly recommend the CX/AA option, also flew 787 DFW to PVG business on AA, very good also, AA have clearly put some effort into product and service on these new aircraft
Member since 22 Jul 2015
Total posts 82
If time is not an issue then CX is pretty good. I do the Dallas run monthly and it's pretty painless with QF. Like many LAX is a maze unlike DFW as port of entry.
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