"It'll be a great day when all the Qantas Airbus380s are gone. It was the company's biggest mistake. It should have purchased a long haul Boeing, either the 777 or the latest technologically updated 747. Unfortunately 20/20 hindsight is totally useless. The squeezy 787 just doesn't cut the mustard..."
"The Queens are aged, and Alan Joyce wants them gone in 2020. Has he not recognised 2021 is the golden anniversary of the first one to go into service for Qantas? No replacement model of plane, no matter what the new technology, will ever last this long, nor will it revolutionise air travel. Retai..."
"I see some converts to the 747 in the comments above. She far exceeds the capacity of the squeezy new little 787 nightmare flight. The latter uses less fuel but has to make more journeys. Qantas needs the Boeing 777 with the new technology and the old passenger capacity."
"Farewell, lovely Queen of the Sky. You'll be sorely missed from Brisbane. I now have to go to Sydney to catch her to San Francisco, but it's worth the ride. I can take American Airlines across North America."Dreamliner", my foot. Someone should be sued for false advertising. The fuselage m..."
"This may be a little off point, but why, for the few minutes of take-off and landing, do some people feel they should go against Boeing's directive for seats to be upright? Selfish attitude to themselves and cabin staff. (Who first used the name "dreamliner" for the Boeing 787? It's just another ..."
"There are no Qantas flights that have a first class cabin out of Brisbane. You can't compare this lounge if there's nothing with which to do so in the airport or the company with which you are flying. The new lounge beats the old one which was well past its needs-an-upgrade date, but both beat si..."
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