• Any departure time would be dictated by the curfew hours at SYD.

  • Echoing others, here's my quick list:* A separate change area, with a washbasin for cleaning teeth, mirror for makeup, tissues, lotions etc. but NO toilet. Changing in the toilets, even in F, just sucks. * Super comfy lie-flat seats/beds a la your home recliner (I can sleep in that, but not the a...

  • More and more confusion at PER about this access. Check-in told me yes, the Qantas guy at the door to immigration and customs said no and sent me back to the Domestic Business Lounge to query why. The first person I spoke to there said no, but the other one (Rhonda) overheard and said yes, and ta...

  • I submitted a complaint via the Qantas website. It took them a week to get back to me (a bit more than the '2 business days' cited in their acknowledgement of my complaint), but here's their answer:*****************Thank you for taking the time to contact us about accessing the T3 International ...

  • Where were you going to, MelS? MEL or MEL then on the LAX? Or another route?

  • I've always used a US SIM when in the US (about $130 for 30 days from an Australian provider), but for my last trip in March I decided to try the $10 day pass from Telstra. As per the other comments above, you are only charged the $10 if you access mobile data any time and for any amount of time ...

  • If you're on the same ticket through Qantas, you might be able to do the earlier one as you won't have to check in again (just bag drop after customs at DFW, then back up through the TSA lines to get airside and onto the train for the new terminal). Of course, if the flight into DFW is late, or t...