More than four out of five business travellers and frequent flyers support Qantas' controversial decision to enforce its 'smart casual' dress code at airport lounges.
When news broke last week of the airline's move to crack down on poorly-dressed passengers, Australian Business Traveller ran a poll asking readers if they supported the Red Roo's call.
With 3,224 votes at the time of writing, the response was a staggering 84% vote in favour of the dress code with barely 16% against.
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In explaining the decision to more rigorously enforce the existing dress code, a Qantas spokeswoman told Australian Business Traveller that while "the vast majority of our members meet and exceed the guidelines... we have had some feedback from customers that they want to see those guidelines apply to everyone."
The results of our poll indicate that Qantas is on the money with this, although there's no doubt it will make for some awkward moments after the tighter door-policy debuts on April 1.
Expect a few angry blasts on social media as Qantas lounge managers begin to turn away long-time and perhaps lifetime Qantas Club members, status-centric frequent flyers and even business travellers who fail to meet the 'smart casual' code.
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