Jan 10, 2018, 04:44 PM
If it’s a US airline lounge (eg AA) - yes. I don’t tip in QF or BA lounges. It wasn’t that long ago you had to pay for drinks in the Admirals Lounge. I treat it like any other bar in the US (ie - tip). I think a lot of Aussies are missing the point - give a nice generous ...
Oct 24, 2017, 08:13 PM
How does the QF premium economy seat compare with the BA World Traveller Plus (B787-9) seat?
Oct 20, 2017, 08:47 AM
Qantas doesn't have a spare aircraft at every port for every type. This is not a new problem.Not sure why they will no longer be able to operate the A380, they will be in service for many years yet. If you mean routes that the A380 can't fly, PER-LHR is the only one. This is easily solved by r...
Oct 19, 2017, 10:26 PM
In the fullness of time, I see QF flying MEL-PER-LHR, BNE-PER-CDG and SYD-PER-FRA; with the PER stops coordinated.That would mean BNE, SYD and MEL pax would do customs in their home port and not PER. Only other cities (eg ADL, CBR) would have to do the DOM-INT-DOM transfers.Having said that, I w...
Apr 28, 2018, 12:59 PM
Originally Posted by Poisson Originally Posted by Red Cee Common sense tells you that all Qantas services should depart and arrive from the same terminal. Common sense tells you that all international services should depart and arrive from the same terminal. Why? Australia is in a very small g...