Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 09 May 2013
Total posts 355
Could some of stat gurus here help me? Has there been a reduction of business class seats from Brisbane to Los angeles? Compared to the 747 vs the two dreamliners?
Or is it actually more seats?
I'm looking for a seat early april and the price is north of $10,000. Or is it the normal price and a sale is round the corner when school starts and business traffic comes back on and leisure travel stops??
Member since 26 May 2014
Total posts 306
747: 7 x 58 = 406
787: 13 x 42 = 546 now,
787: 10 x 42 = 420 by early April
This is amazing, thank you
Member since 02 Sep 2018
Total posts 356
I will note that in addition to GregXL's response, the reduction by 3x 787 frequencies is to make way for Brisbane to San Francisco with an addition Brisbane to Chicago route to launch by April. Overall, a huge increase to US capacity overall.
Member since 20 Sep 2013
Total posts 316
Your right,but ms is talking compacity brisbane/los angeles will be which will be down in a few mounths when san francisco flights start up and aircraft are pulled.
Member since 16 Nov 2011
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Originally Posted by reno
Member since 01 Nov 2016
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@mscooper, per your travel plans to the US in early Aprl Qantas sale out today with good fares in J to the US in early April. Worth looking at.
Yup, booked two return tickets. QF to SFO under $5700, and VA was $5010. Pretty cool
Member since 02 Dec 2016
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Originally Posted by mspcooper
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Is Qantas reducing business class seats to Los Angeles?
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