Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 02 Jul 2011
Total posts 835
But if the 777/350 can do SYD/MEL-LHR, they can also fly to CDG/FRA which reduces you to PER/WA and maybe ADL pax, which is possibly less viable
Member since 15 Sep 2012
Total posts 98
One point to note with Honolulu is for flights onwards to non US destinations they keep you in gate lounge! So no lounges or sjopping etc. Flew to Canada via Honolulu years ago and all transit passengers stuck in gate lounge for over 2 hoiurs
Member since 02 Apr 2017
Total posts 179
ROK-SYD. I'm a simple man.
Member since 18 Jun 2015
Total posts 30
Member since 10 May 2012
Total posts 106
Perth to Honolulu direct as a holiday destination for West Aussies. And Any East coast city direct to Seattle and also direct to Denver and/or Minneapolis St Paul.
Member since 25 Mar 2014
Total posts 204
Member since 15 Feb 2018
Total posts 151
I believe QF should at least look at
Aegean Airlines - Miles & Bonus
Member since 17 Sep 2017
Total posts 26
Qantas should think about expanding further into Europe:
Does anyone know if Qantas is or will be monitoring these posts? Also, I believe they will have a wish list of their own, which would be based on locations where their bookings are taking the passengers. If Qantas are monitoring this post, can you please give us a clue, as we would rather you get the business rather than a foreign carrier.
Member since 13 Mar 2018
Total posts 3
Cairns - Singapore
Member since 07 Oct 2012
Total posts 771
But Asia is where the growth is... I'm all for expanding in Europe and North America, but ignoring Asia would be silly.
Singapore Airlines - KrisFlyer
Member since 17 Nov 2014
Total posts 78
Perth - Hong Kong using A330-200
Member since 26 Aug 2015
Total posts 4
I would like to see:
How about an alternative to both Singapore and Dubai?
Another thought is Australia - LAX - LHR
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