• A nice gesture, perhaps, but in the Australian context at least, I would suggest that of all healthcare workers, our CLEANERS should be the recipients of this largesse, given (a) their critical role on the frontline of keeping us all safe (moreso than mine as a medical specialist), (b) the risk t...

  • A great summary, David, and I agree with your conclusion that we have (had?) the world's best domestic business classes - both QF and VA are vastly superior to most US and European carriers, in both hard and soft product. The role of competition in achieving this outcome (and in cheaper fares mor...

  • I agree, patrickk - apart from our own personal risk assessments, insurance coverage will (justifiably) have a major role to play in when and how quickly travel returns to 'normal'. That said, as much as I miss certain aspects of travel, and the freedom to engage therein at will, I am quite enjoy...

  • In a good way, or a bad way? ;)

  • Agree, bsb (except I don't like Apple). We are very fortunate in AU for many reasons, and for those of us loyal to QF, we are fortunate that a VA business class product exists to keep QF 'honest' - one only need recall QF's plan for a premium-economy-style business class on the domestic A330s. Do...

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  • Qantas and UA definitely have an interline agreement (unless it was another victim of Covid), and UA flights occasionally come up as connection options from Qantas transpacific flights (e.g. to Mexico) on the QF website. If your flights are all on the one ticket/PNR, your bags should be booked al...

  • QFF contact email

    Apr 03, 2020, 08:28 AM

    Try [email protected] It's worked in the past - not sure about current arrangements.

  • The JAL Dreamliner experience in business class (and down the back, for that matter) is excellent. The seat is very comfortable and private, but doesn't have a huge deal of storage for personal items, if that's important to you. The service and catering on JAL is superb. Domestic to international...

  • Purchasing Upgrades at Check In

    Jan 07, 2020, 12:13 PM

    US-based airlines will generally offer paid upgrades, especially for domestic flights.

  • Try emailing a copy of your boarding passes to [email protected], with a description of the other efforts you have taken to have the points credited. If that fails, I would enlist the support of the Airline Customer Advocate (http://www.airlinecustomeradvocate.com.au).

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