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Ehhh... if the A350-1000 can be made into a ULR jet, it may be lighter and thus cheaper to run than the 777-8 (or Boeing's tweaked variant). Would have better comfort in Economy, too, and the business class product would fit more efficiently within the A350's fuselage.However the 777-8 has the ad...
Oct 15, 2018, 12.59 AM / Here is why the world's longest flight doesn't have a lounge or a bar
Very understated, perhaps to the point of blandness, but it covers all the bases and the wine-flight concept is interesting too. Good work BA!
Oct 12, 2018, 02.57 PM / Photos: British Airways' new first class lounge at New York JFK
Well... it seems no different to "letting our lounge be used by other carriers when we aren't using it" so why they sold it off and made it a joint venture is still a little puzzling. Its certainly a cheaper thing to do, and allows No 1. lounges to expand.
Oct 03, 2018, 09.36 PM / Etihad rethinks future of its airport lounges under The House brand
Emirates is lessening the number of seats they carry between Australia and various points in South East Asia, then (since they're downgauging the indirect flights to SYD/MEL via BKK/SIN). I guess that will help keep the load factors (and/or prices) on QF's services to BKK and SIN up.
Sep 28, 2018, 07.24 PM / Emirates cuts two Airbus A380 flights to Sydney, Melbourne
Using the same hard product as Business should allow KE to have pretty competitive prices for First. At least in theory.
Sep 28, 2018, 02.43 PM / Korean Air brings Boeing 787s onto Brisbane-Seoul flights
Originally Posted by obanpointer Just returned from lhr and was served piper heidseck rare 2002. Have QF run out of taittinger? Not that I'm complaining as I have found my new favourite champagne. I'm just going to have to work out how I'm to afford the $270 at uncle Dans!! QF typically serve ei...
Mar 24, 2018, 12.25 PM / New Champagne (Piper Heidseck Rare 2002) in Qantas first class
They're based on a similar principle but they're not the same seat.Emirates A380s use Zodiac's Skylounge product (ANA use this as well), whereas Qantas uses the Thompson Vantage XL product.
Mar 23, 2018, 10.46 PM / Are the Qantas 787 and Emirates 380 Business seats based on the same product?
I'm a militant atheist. But I don't get offended at the mere presence of a religious text. It doesn't burn me or make me scream in pain. Even if I do want to roll my eyes a little over it, I don't feel personally offended or excluded or "micro-aggressed" against. That said, "there's an app for th...
Feb 27, 2018, 11.43 PM / Holy Bibles in hotel rooms
If all of these planes are being dedicated exclusively to North America and no European routes...The BNE-LAX-JFK route seems like an obvious choice (helps phase out 747s too), and Dallas is probably the most likely destination for the other two jets (given its AA's biggest hub). Chicago is a smal...
Sep 07, 2017, 05.22 PM / Qantas 787-9 confirmed and potential routes from Brisbane
Originally Posted by aniljak : If Qantas got the Airbus A350, would expect to see 787s shifted to Jetstar and used to serve asian tourist routes. Doubt they would operate both types on long distane routes. 787s are smaller than A350s so its perfectly possible QF will operate both types lon...
Aug 19, 2017, 12.12 AM / Qantas to convert remaining A380 orders to A350-900ULR?