Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 12 Mar 2017
Total posts 6
Looking for advice. Have tried to work out how to get PE to London from Brisbane. I keep getting messages that the flight has legs in which PE is not available. Are there certain flights to ensure PE all the way.
Any help would be appreciated..
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 26 May 2014
Total posts 305
Which airline ? You won't get PE on BNE-LHR end-to-end with Qantas or any of the ME3. Most certainly will with Cathay and I expect on some Singapore, depending on their aircraft on BNE-SIN.
Member since 11 Dec 2015
Total posts 5
I think British Airways runs PE from Brisbane to London (via HK) as well.
My bad I should have stated Singapore Airlines.
Member since 26 Jul 2015
Total posts 26
This might clarify why only some SQ BNE/SIN flights have PE https://www.ausbt.com.au/singapore-airlines-brings-a350s-premium-economy-to-brisbane. I think maybe 2 of the 4 SIN/LHR flights have PE?
Member since 06 Nov 2017
Total posts 2
With SQ your best bet is sticking with A350s, 77Ws and A388s for PE. Not quite sure if all the 77Ws and A388s have PE but all the A350s do.
Member since 24 Apr 2012
Total posts 1,112
BA doesn't fly to Brisbane: it just codeshares with Cathay.Airlines with PE out of Brisbane include Air Canada, Air NZ, Cathay Pacific, Qantas (only to LAX), Singapore Airlines (A350 flights only) and Virgin Australia (only to LAX).Being a Singapore Airlines thread, your best bet is to look for the Airbus A350 flights from Brisbane for starters. :)
Just looked at SQ256 being A350 to SIN the A380 to Lon but keeps coming up with a error that PE not available on selected route..
If you haven't called SQ to discuss, that would be your natural next step.
Member since 23 Oct 2013
Total posts 767
Singapore airlines have been having some issues with PE full fare all the way from Brisbane.
Member since 27 Jan 2017
Total posts 37
I've looked at this as well and depending on the European city I want to fly to/from it depended on days.
Member since 14 Mar 2017
Total posts 149
SIA uses a quota system when booking multi-leg routings, that sometimes results in seats not being available when they really are. I've been told by SIA call center that the flights were "full", when there are still plenty of seats. I've only been able to get around it by using a travel agent, as its usually related to fare classes.
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