"Originally Posted by whoppersandwich The idea in vogue at the moment is to switch from hub and spoke to point-to-point. I daresay that when the Sunrise announcement is made this year it will loosely coincide with orders for other widebodies (787s, A330neos etc) that will fly to destinations that..."
"Originally Posted by djtech This would function just like any other connecting flight you've taken. Since British Airways is a Qantas Partner, your checked luggage will be checked all the way through to London without the need for your to recollect in Singapore, even IF it is delayed. In the even..."
"Originally Posted by Travellingmum Hi all,We are travelling J class from LHR to LAX on Virgin Atlantic in a week. We then have a domestic US (not linked ticket) with a layover of about 7 hours. Just wondering what lounge options we have?TIA If your ticket is on Delta, with the departure on the s..."
"For Amex Black transactions, register your card on Amex website and use Amex app.Westpac knows nothing of your Amex transactions; except when points are transferred from Amex to Westpac at the beginning of each month. "
"Originally Posted by GBRGB Then add to the debate, rather than just hitting the down button, perhaps AUSBT could adjust their site so that if you hit the down button you also have to make comment as to why. There is a reason why a down vote has gone from most web sites, blogs etc, is that it does..."
"AA access rules are different from Qantas.They depend on whether you have a =boarding pass= for a OneWorld trans-continental is intercontinental business class flight that departs on the same day, regardless of what your connecting flight is.You need to be able to check in online and show your QF..."
"Originally Posted by andyf Originally Posted by PCHammond I find it interesting how when someone complains about the lack of premium service in business class on a website that is orientated toward premium travel, some people feel the need to berate them for not getting what they paid for. Clearl..."
"Originally Posted by markpk Is this even a legitimate post?AFAIK you can't book an Uber without putting in a destinationUber has partnered with Qantas - why would Qantas want or accept the blow back from this? In Australia Uber does not disclose the destination to the driver until the passenger i..."
"Wonder why that is the case? Why do they not automate credit card transfers like they do flybuys?Some IT project somewhere may be running over time and over budget - almost all of them do.On the other hand, is there really such a great rush?Points transactions will be backdated to the day they ar..."
"Exiting from the lounge back into the immigration/arrivals area is possible.I had a Cathay Pacific representative escort me to immigration from the lounge once upon a time.I am sure they will be happy to please a Diamond member. "
"Originally Posted by traveller99 In the USA you're always better going with AT&T for a number of reasons: (a) AT&T use one main 4G band for their network across the USA. In contrast T-Mobile use three different 4G bands. So unless your phone has all of these three 4G bands you might not ..."
"Velocity will grant you points for flights that are both marketed and operated by Virgin Atlantic. No points available for flights that are either marketed or operated by Cathay."
"Lounge access depends on the operating carrier, not on the marketing one.If your flight is operated by Cathay Pacific, you are welcome to Cathay/Qantas/Oneworld lounges, regardless of what your ticket says. "
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