• Or simply just don't travel as much. Consider a career change or move in the organisation so you are home more often. None of the suggestions in the article are going to make up for absent parenting or be a substitute for a partner who is present.

  • How about just reducing the number of sc to reach lifetime platinum. Double that for LTG would seem reasonable. Or perhaps offering LTG upgraded lounge access 2 time per year.

  • Why not just put in more standard seating and forget about windows and toilets. That would accord with current airline trends of more people in less space with fewer amenities and better reflect the real future not the marketing hype.

  • Qantas trials preferred seating

    Jul 10, 2019, 04:43 PM

    Some potential issues. 1. Pushy passengers behind you that don’t respect the deboarding pecking order. 2. You pay for a priority window seat but the person in the middle or isle seat is not in the same rush you are. They’re happy to be last off. When you start asking people to pay f...

  • I would have to agree with the skeptics. They won’t make the base fare cheaper just make you buy things included today as an add on. And how far does unbundling go. Next you will have to purchase a toilet pass to use the loo. That way if you are happy to hold yourself for 6 hours why pay f...

  • As suggested use the seatbelt and some pillows to reduce the risk. Also for the enlightenment of some. Over 2's do indeed pay for their seats, are not little adults and therefore don't behave like adults. Finally parents cannot fully control all behaviours eg crying so please no more comments abo...

  • Getting the spare seat has more to do with the fact the forward seats can only be preselected for p1 p and gold and only released more generally much closer to departure. This means if the flight is really full or another couple with status chose 2 seats next to you the your out of luck. Given mo...

  • For domestic flights when doing your flight search go to the Qantas site first, find the times then narrow your search parameters down to those specific times on the Amex site. Your more likely to find the best price.

  • IFE is an advertised inclusion which factors into the price you pay and therefore you have a right to expect it. The conditions of carriage don’t necessarily replace your rights under consumer law. So in this case advertising something then not providing it would give you the right to ask ...

  • Originally Posted by DCW Please be aware, Qantas policy and Casa requirements require all infants below the age of 24 months to be seating on a lap with an infant seat belt. Last edited by ChrisCh at Apr 02, 2019, 04.58 PM.If this is true it would only apply when the seat belt sign is on and...