• I agree this would be nice but flying into LAX on QF93 last week (in economy) I was through immigration and at the baggage carousel before people in the global entry line were. I totally accept there are still the 2 hour stories described above, but, in my experience, US immigration processing is...

  • As detailed in another article on this site, Seoul Incheon is the obvious first candidate.

  • Yes, all the OneWorld airlines depart from T1. This is an great idea. Qantas also have a daily code-share flight with Asiana so it's actually 9 airlines. I travel to Seoul every month from Melbourne and use either the Qantas/Asiana codeshare or Cathay Pacific. At the moment Asiana (very kindly) l...

  • Good news that they've moved the powerpoints up. I was in the Business lounge just after it opened and couldn't plug my MacBook charger in. I told the staff and they apparently hadn't been notified at that time, they used my charger for some photos. It still surprises me that architects overlook ...

  • I also spoke to numerous Qantas staff and wrote to Qantas about this retrospective change. I'm a Platinum FF and I just went through all my future bookings and I can now select exit row seats for free not just on domestic flights but international as well. DBX-SYD and MEL-LAX exit row seats in ec...

  • Asiana Melbourne - Seoul Flights

    Aug 30, 2019, 03:48 PM

    Originally Posted by ChrisCh Hi Scott, we've had to shorten and re-write your post as the entire message appears to have been copy-pasted from another publication, which cannot be recreated and republished here for copyright reasons. Thank you for sharing, however! My apologies, I was ...

  • Asiana Melbourne - Seoul Flights

    Aug 29, 2019, 03:21 PM

    Asiana plans to operate a number of charter flights between Melbourne and Seoul over the Australian summer, with one return flight per week between Boxing Day and February 21 2020, operated by a Boeing 777-200ER aircraft. Reservations have not yet opened.

  • I’ve no doubt a focus on the ICN->OOL travel market makes sense. However, the case for reestablishing a ICN-MEL direct flight is compelling. There’s a view that building the case for it should be like the lobbying that went on to get JAL to fly to MEL. As soon as JAL decided to ent...

  • Very interesting. I was at a meeting this week about flights from Melbourne to Seoul. Out of Seoul, Melbourne is the number 1 destination not served by a direct flight and out of Melbourne, Seoul is the number 1 destination not served by a direct flight. Re-establishing MEL-ICN is Melbourne Airpo...