• Staff travel: who 'owns' the points?

    Apr 04, 2019, 04:09 PM

    Topically this very suggestion was aired by my company's travel people as part of a 'review' about 2 weeks back. There was an almighty uproar (this is a MNC, not based in AU) amongst the several hundred regular travellers and the suggestion seems to have been quietly retreated from as a result. O...

  • A pointless article (and not the first time I have read this basic content). I will wager my mortgage that QF stick as many seats as physically possible into the space, with precisely zero innovation whatsoever, unless that revolves around magically squeezing 12 across in Y, if indeed that could ...

  • I agree with many others here. Lie flat on anything more than 3-4 hours. If it's a recliner only, no thanks. Go elsewhere. MH seem to concentrate their business on O&D traffic in KUL and less on those in transit- a mistake. who'd fly LHR-KUL-PER in J and get stuffed into a 737 for 5+ hours. N...

  • Sounds like the usual political promises in play (from any side). Had a good friend of mine involved in cost estimations at a consultancy firm for a rail line city-MEL when he was living in MEL- over 5 years ago! He said he thought it'd never happen, he was just plucking numbers out the air and e...

  • Not sure this is a revolution, though it will be for BA as many other things appear to be. Remote stands served by busses with QR and UL, business passengers get their own bus to and from such stands and are first to leave of course. No first class on UL and I have yet to experience first on QR s...

  • The passenger should be able to lift it into the bin unaided, or check the bag.

  • Day flights from Asia

    Apr 24, 2018, 04:20 PM

    Well, living in Singapore I’d say more daytime to Australia would be welcome. Am captive as OWE and there are no one world options available unless very early and via HKG or KUL Only direct option now being SQ, or LCC. Company has whY only policy, consequently I have zero interest in flying...