Jun 20, 2019, 11:28 AM
Any sane business wouldn't commit to orders like this without already having done a business case and I think AJ knows already exactly where these planes will be used. And it'll most likely be Jetstar to improve their yields on those sectors. Which is a shame because they could probably make grea...
May 24, 2018, 03:20 PM
So if Qantas were to do this then where's the incentive to fly with them instead of another low cost airline? You don't get any additional seat room compared to most Jetstar flights and Qantas food and drink is one of the few distinguishing features. These guys seem to have a LCC state of thinki...
Aug 31, 2017, 01:53 PM
Wonderful news and hopefully it's a long time before Singapore becomes redundant due to the ULR planes being introduced in the fleet.Is this an admission by Joyce that the Dubai strategy and subsequent tie up with Emirates wasn't all it was sold to us as? I think that has to be a conclu...
Oct 29, 2016, 05:02 PM
If you're flying out to Europe and forced to share the Perth Domestic Qantas club with a heap of high vis blokes then I hope they have a separate business lounge, including Gold access. Snobby or not, their behaviour in a lot of the clubs around Australia is basically a giant boys club.
I wonder if the dress code will still be as relaxed, or non existent depending on your view, as it is now. Standard wear for a lot of people seems to be singlets, boardshorts, baseball caps and thongs. I asked the front desk whether there was a dress code and the impression I got...
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