• Yep, SYD/DRW/BOM on a A330. Would have been around 2004/5.I was stopping in SIN on the way back, and was on a QF codeshare on Jet metal.

  • Completely agree about the foot hole. I'm unable to rollover without taking my legs out of the cubbyhole first, and then have to go through a re-wrap of the blanket. First world problem of course, but it does influence my decision on which route, and even which airline to fly.I've flown LHR/PER o...

  • My UK passport doesn't work at any UK gate, and I get annoyed when directed to queue at the gates in the knowledge that I'm just going to have to queue again at a border control desk. Have developed a habit of flying into City Airport to encounter smaller queues. Fortunately it does work perfectl...

  • Hi NK,I have used my PP card issued by UK AMEX Centurion at Melbourne and Sydney without any problems. It's the PP card that gives you the deal, not the AMEX.

  • Have flown BA1 in this format, with a delayed takeoff - the inbound flight was diverted to Gatwick because of fog at London City. Passengers were given the option of deplanning at LGW, or waiting for the fog to clear for the short hop to LCY.Have also flown the La Compangie all "business" 757 fli...

  • Access to QF LHR Lounge T3

    Apr 15, 2019, 07:45 PM

    Heathrow will bend over backwards to keep you in the airport. You should be OK to use Heathrow connections to change terminals airside, and the connections staff should be able to organise your luggage transfer.https://www.heathrow.com/flight-connections/personal-connection-planner/FI450/QF002/22...

  • Flew QF 10 last week. J class was full on LHR/PER and about 50% PER/MEL. Booked a J seat as a one way ticket a few days out and got a good price (well relative to QF pricing), so presume there were plenty of seats available and the remaining ones filled with points upgrades.I would guess that you...

  • I hold dual Aus / UK passports, and am required to use my Aus passport in and out of Aus, and my UK one on entering the UK. As mentioned by another responder, the UK doesn't have a formal immigration exit.So, when I check in from London, I only need to show my Aus passport, but when checking in f...

  • Definitely use the bus connection for flight connections. As a P1, the BA first lounge is upstairs at the southern end of terminal 5A - although access is from the lower level. The lounge at the northern end is similar to a domestic Qantas Club. For those who are already landside and need to chan...

  • I would have thought your incentive would be to get to LTG, and the LTS is just an interim step. Sure not a lot of benefits, but silver is not an enormous amount of loyalty show by you to Qantas either. Fair enough, you may not fly a lot, and the flying you do is loyal to them. But when ...