Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 08 Nov 2017
Total posts 6
Hi guys just a quick question/poll to gauge some opinions on which option you'd go for. One part is not guaranteed however...
Also what chance people think I've got of getting that FIRST upgrade for that SIN-SYD Leg? I feel those that have requested at the LHR end (start of the route) may have an edge? Unless a few from FIRST are only doing LHR-SIN then disembarking? Hmmm
Member since 05 May 2016
Total posts 322
The SIN-SYD A380 flights don't start till very late March.
Cheers mviy. I will be flying mid April so hopefully the A380 will be going strong by then both ways.
Member since 07 Oct 2012
Total posts 771
A380 flights starting early March now.
Member since 15 Sep 2016
Total posts 43
The Qantas Sing lounge is pretty average, its a combined lounge for Qantas Club, Gold, Plat, Business and First - oh and Jetstar - was in there the other day with what looked like 2 footy teams and 2 delayed Jetstar flights, place was nuts....so I would suggest you keep the transit as short as possible....
Member since 23 Dec 2017
Total posts 90
I disagree. QF SIN as well as HKG are some of the nicest QF lounges (excluding F lounges) on the network. Nice spot to relax and great espresso martinis! Chin chin!
Member since 01 Nov 2016
Total posts 144
Absolutely agree. Was in there myself last week and it was average to say the least. Views of check in counters provide an outlook that makes you want to leave. Can't compare this to the HK lounge. Miles apart.
I would get the first flight out or go the EK lounge and then wait for the A330 which has great business class seats.
Member since 23 Feb 2015
Total posts 269
I always go next door to BA or head to EK. Product at both is on paper slightly inferior but so much better ambience in both.
Member since 28 Oct 2011
Total posts 261
I'd be more concerned about the 1 hour transit. If your incoming flight is delayed in any way, you'll be in trouble.
Member since 25 Nov 2016
Total posts 93
Some say the SIN QF Business lounge is like a big cafeteria. That said the staff are excellent, friendly and helpful. With SIN becoming the new QF hub many are wondering how it will cope with the loads coming and going. I read (probably ABT article) that First passengers get a seperate area in the lounge. I did see "Reserved" signs on a couple of tables onetime, probably it. But you do get served French Champagne. I wouldn't delay an earlier flight to spend time there. QF A380 First is reported to have excellent food, drink and service. I too will be looking to experience it soon.
Good point. If for example the flight was delayed an hour and impossible to make the first flight, how does qantas go about putting those connecting passengers onto the later flight and still in Business class cabin?? ( i cant imagine there would be heaps of us connecting to that flight but still..)
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