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  • With the possible demise of Air Berlin, solving the intra-European travel puzzle will probably need to get more focus.Regarding China, from US and Australia, I think OneWorld is well positioned with Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon, along with JAL's and Malaysia's services to a number of Chinese ...

    Sep 14, 2017, 10.28 AM / Oneworld CEO sees "new strategic direction" for alliance

  • Similarly, Star Alliance and SkyTeam also have cornered the African market. There are very slim or no pickings of airlines for OneWorld to expand in Africa (if it wanted to). Even considering rumours of Royal Air Maroc wanting to join OW, it would still not be a convenient or direct way...

    Sep 11, 2017, 11.34 AM / Why Oneworld Emerald is the best status a frequent flyer can have

  • Star Alliance and SkyTeam both have cornered the alliance market when it comes to European airlines. Although Oneworld does have a few European airlines in its membership - Aer Lingus, Air Berlin, British Airways, Finnair, Iberia (and S7 in Russia) - they are not always convenient ...

    Sep 11, 2017, 11.27 AM / Why Oneworld Emerald is the best status a frequent flyer can have

  • With 1.5 QF points for foreign currency loads and spending and no international transaction fees (at 3% on debit and credit cards!), I find the QantasCash card to be a good companion card to my QF credit card.

    Sep 06, 2017, 11.29 AM / Qantas Cash vs Virgin Australia Velocity Global Wallet cards

  • I have had this card for two months now. Although I was weary about AMEX, it's a superior QF points card.In relation to the lower earning rate for government services, I have found that Australia PostBillPay online using PayPal is an easy way to bypass it and still get 1.5 points per dollar spent...

    Sep 06, 2017, 10.14 AM / Qantas American Express Ultimate Card

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