• This is big news. It will definitely affect our planning for an upcoming trip. Thank you for publishing, as there did not seem to be any information pertaining to this on the VA website when we were searching flights yesterday.

  • Unless like me and thousands other flyers, you have enough medical reasons to keep the blood flowing and walking the cabin is the only way to do that.

  • I'd rather cop the transition through stopovers and accumulate the 2 or 3 sectors for my frquent flyer profile, than sit for 20 hours on "one" eligible leg.

  • Those dreamy, soft jim jams offered long haul can make or break a flight. Down side is, all the other passengers think you're a tool for walking around the cabin when you try to stretch your legs.

  • Velocity 'point "earn and burn" growth' is a misnomer. It is going backwards. The devaluation from partners like Amex, BP and transfer caps for Flybuys - is compounded by a consistent lack of Business Class availability on popular routes.If my discretionary spend is twice the dollars, just for Ve...

  • Velocity reward availability is often found when you search one way. It does take some gumption to invest the outbound sector and then wait for a return flight to pop up, but I am a perfect example of how it can work. I started looking SYD-LAX around 300 days out, found a couple of J seats via BN...

  • Constructive criticism here: Why would anyone even book in a separate class to their partner? I must be mad, because I would never, never, ever fly in a different cabin to my husband (or partner in your case). And I'm pretty sure he would never do it to me.100% sure, to be exact.

  • This is brilliant! There's nothing like a bit of cheeky humor to drive some reinforcement of the positive aspects of Velocity.