Jun 17, 2021, 10:19 PM
The elephant in the room on this review on frequency and fares is parliament sitting or not.?
Jun 29, 2020, 04:43 PM
1. Ticketing currently goes Rex (home), to either MEL or SYD then QF and often Rex for the final leg to work in QLD/SA. If I only had to make one through or return booking not 3-6, not change terminals and re check bags, I would enjoy it all more and pay a premium just for that.2. Tiger has got s...
Jun 12, 2019, 05:32 PM
Perth is a tiny population base compared to Sydney or Melbourne so locals suck up to it. Yes ETOPS rules changed but the flight time is still longer than that of a four engine plan. Remember Virgin pulled out of JoBurgh because the four engined 747 could take a shorter route and safe almost 3 hou...
Sep 19, 2018, 05:36 PM
The new Istanbul airport has been delayed at least till Jan 19. There are also major delays in the way the airport's change over. It now looks like a domestic airport (new) and international at the existing airport. Cross town transfers are now on cards! European are classified as domestic!
Apr 12, 2018, 02:28 PM
The SA fights for QF are amongst it’s most profitable and busiest. Upwards of 30% of all passengers are going to CPT from AUS N vice a versa. Joyce has said CPT is one of there top routes for the 787 when available. Currently CPT is out of range east coast 747 to SA but not from PER but A3...
Aug 20, 2020, 09:12 AM
Of course if you have SC then of course QF has no choice but to extend....? SC were introduced to get you to fly and would be a great tool to get you to fly again say double credits for flights next 3 months etc. QF knows that there are going to be a lot less QFF after this is all over so they ha...
Apr 29, 2020, 04:25 PM
Some contracts will have a get out of Jail Free Card, some Force Majeure will be there.
Feb 01, 2019, 09:06 PM
Ia ora na and welcome to paradise and no one ever said paradise would be cheap! The only form of tax the have is import duty which varies from 50-120% depending on country of origin France then the EU are the cheapest for duty and the rest of world at the high end, which distorts where the actual...
Jan 30, 2019, 05:03 PM
Plus 3% foreign exchange fee. Plus you are wide open to currency fluctuations AUD versus USD. A 10+% movement in a month is not uncommon. Aussie banks do have the odd branch in the States, would maje transfers easyuer but you run the risk if currency fluctuations. Reckon u should speak to your ac...
Jan 30, 2019, 04:55 PM
Go the tender option, I spend upwards of 100k. Ring them up there are better deals just for the asking. You can even get points and a small percentage rebate from Amex. Be prepared to send copies of previous cc statements. Don’t tell it may increase this os a bargaining chip for later use. ...