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  • @aniljak:"What about reviving the old QF9 route Melbourne - Bombay - London of the late 80s?"If use BOM instead of SIN or DXB as stopover, it will help QF to immediately GET RID of all opportunities to connect LHR traffic to/fm other AU mkts except MEL itself. Brilliant network move to REDUCE ge...

    Mar 16, 2018, 08.00 PM / The big switch: Qantas changes London stopover from Dubai to Singapore

  • @crwilkins:"Have to laugh at the comment in the article about business travelers and a “2 day stopover to break their journey”.....if only this luxury was true, who has time for that today."So true & realistic these days. If a biz traveler is making a 2days stopover @ wherever,...

    Mar 16, 2018, 06.26 PM / The big switch: Qantas changes London stopover from Dubai to Singapore

  • @habui:"..isn't "passenger needs" the key for travellers?"It is and it should be. But it is equally true that yield or profitability is the key for commercial airlines(@ least for those not owned/protected by gov't) to survive and hopefully, thrive."Why should we as passengers care about where t...

    Mar 16, 2018, 06.03 PM / The big switch: Qantas changes London stopover from Dubai to Singapore

  • @habui:"There's also CX and JAL for 1-stop routes to a range of European destinations...."A very limited "range of European destinations" this pair can reach relative to EK. Yr-round(i.e. not seasonal) European network size in 2018:JL=5 airportsCX=13 airportsEK=38 airportsEK's network is 2.5x la...

    Mar 16, 2018, 05.50 PM / The big switch: Qantas changes London stopover from Dubai to Singapore

  • @jrfsp:"DXB could never offer the "almost home" feeling of SIN, and the familiarity of the transit."In these 2 regards alone, I would imagine PER would logically & easily be superior to both DXB and SIN....

    Mar 16, 2018, 05.29 PM / The big switch: Qantas changes London stopover from Dubai to Singapore

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