• Qantas Boeing 747 'points plane'

    Aug 27, 2019, 02:44 PM

    "The aircraft operating this Sydney-Los Angeles service, VH-OJU, will exit the Qantas fleet after this final flight and be transferred to another airline to continue flying."Does anyone know which airline VH-OJU will transfer to?

  • I was excited to try the new dining option on Saturday flying from Madrid to Hong Kong. My preferred lunch option (Beef Short Rib) had run out, not wanting the asparagus tortellini (really?) I opted for the prawn dish. What arrived was 4 prawns and broccoli, dousing it in chili sauce made it edi...

  • Great in concept, but the Manila lounge at peak hours is overflowing with no seating available. Allowing people to pay to get in should only be an option when the lounge is quiet (out of peak hours)

  • Absolutely agree. I fly Cathay regionally 1-2 times a month, often on A350s. The seat covers in Prem & Econ are often frayed or worn, business seat frames and panels are scratched / marked, and many of the bathrooms have ill-fitting doors, panels taped up. All the more surprising as most of t...

  • Cathay Pacific desperately need this feature. Sitting through 3-4 different languages on most flights is my pet frustration, particularly as there is a 5-30sec gap between each language announcement which is just enough for your movie to restart before it pauses yet again.

  • APEC Card for holidays

    Nov 07, 2019, 06:59 PM

    Just received my first APEC Card, curious what people's experience is with using the card for holidays rather than business use. Searching online seems to suggest the card is for business trips only, but people seem to be using it on holidays without issue. Specifically any experience with using ...

  • Have flown in CX Premium Economy HK-MEL and HK-SYD, the seat comfort is fine but not up to Qantas PE standards. In particular leg support is far too short, at 5'10" the '"footrest" stopps mid calf leaving feet  to dangle. If you have a bulkhead seat placing your carry-on bag o...