Feb 23, 2014, 11:48 AM
Can't answer your question but what are the odds of SAA hiking their PER-JNB fares when they get the monopoly for direct flights in a few months' time? I'll be surprised if an economy class return ticket does not rise by around $250 as SAA seek to capitalise on having the shortest journey over th...
Feb 22, 2014, 08:27 AM
Agree that it's an insult. We'll look at flying with SAA but if their fares are unreasonable, we'll look at flying Singapore Airlines or Air Mauritius to travel between PER and CPT. That way you avoid having to board a domestic flight at JNB.
Feb 09, 2014, 10:55 AM
Thanks Hutch for your reply. However, the IASC has decreed that the codeshare can not continue after 31 December 2014. Consequently the shorter flights across the Indian Ocean between PER and JNB using QF tickets but on a SAA aircraft under the codeshare arrangement, should not be available from ...
Feb 07, 2014, 02:30 PM
Indeed Austline, Qantas have not said they will withdraw from the SYD-JNB route. Interesting though that Qantas also have not said they will fly SYD-PER-JNB when the codeshare ends in December. My comments were about PER-JNB where QFF members can get a return flight for 72,000 points o...
Feb 07, 2014, 11:34 AM
For those of us Qantas FF members who fly between Perth and Johannesburg, forget about using 72,000 points for a return flight from 1 January 2015. Initial attempts to book such a flight in January 2015 have options on Cathay and/or Qatar. There's also a codeshare with SAA on one sector but, as t...
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