Oct 25, 2019, 07:08 PM
Although the F100s are old, they are extensively rebuilt as airlines retire them. And they have a unique advantage over any other small to mid size jet - the engines are mounted high above ground level (relative to modern designs) so they can be used on dirt strips for Fly In Fly Out mining and o...
Aug 30, 2019, 06:11 PM
Brisbane as the 'test case' appears to be a long way from what is available in Perth (domestic). As a frequent traveller from Perth to Sydney or Melbourne, the Qantas Club food offerings in Perth (allday, not just breakfast) are pathetic, and the business lounge not much better. Nothing like the ...
Feb 27, 2019, 03:37 PM
Qantas, and other airlines and travel companies, need to start realising that baby boomers like myself and my wife are becoming luxury leisure travellers a lot more, and we aren't as young as we used to be. We are aged 60 and often go on holidays with my mother who is 90. It stuns us that travell...
Jul 04, 2018, 08:26 PM
Great to see QF using A330 Per-Sin. B737 is a horrible plane to do this trip in, whether business or econ. But A330 Per-Syd is definitely my preferred option, rather than B747. A330 business class far superior to B747 skybeds, and in econ A330 has 2 seats abreast on outside vs B747's 3 seats. Can...
Mar 09, 2018, 05:16 PM
I mus live in an alternative universe. I regularly do the transcontinental PER to SYD or MEL and in none of the Qantas Clubs have I ever seen hot food at breakfast, other than toast. Certainly never seen eggs or baked beans or any other similar offering. Only cereal, muesli, toast and cold cuts.
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