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  • Originally Posted by djtech Given that Singapore sees multiple First class flights from oneworld airlines (Qantas, BA), it may justify to open a oneworld first class lounge to cater to these passengers and in turn also benefit oneworld FFs. It would be an interesting concept too to open a bigger...

    Oct 12, 2018, 08.05 PM / Singapore Lounge - Announcement imminent

  • Originally Posted by jeppetto367 Just book directly through AA on an AA ticket, pretty much all of their tickets earn points and credits even on an AA ticket, and you will also get lounge access (assuming both airports have AA/OW lounges). AA have an Australian website in AUD too which is great....

    Sep 12, 2018, 08.21 PM / Booking US domestic flights

  • Only time I've used Uber in SF was for a return trip across the Golden Gate to the north bay.I've used the blue van super shuttles a few times, but I mostly use BART to/from SFO. When I'm in SF, I normally stay somewhere within walking distance of one of the downtown BART stations. Never had a pr...

    Sep 10, 2018, 09.18 PM / San Francisco BART

  • Originally Posted by Red Cee Qantas have changed a number of flights from a 737 to a 717. Personally, I don’t have a problem with it. You can tell the type of plane by the flight number, if it has three digits, it is a 737. If it has four digits that begin with a one, it is a 717. Qantas ...

    Aug 31, 2018, 03.11 PM / ADL-BNE flights

  • I was told the same (can't use preset 'recline' position for take off/landing) the first time I used the new seats on the A330s.The green light is on at either the fully upright or recline presets. Either should be able to be used for take off and landing. The issue isn't the seat, the issue is s...

    Aug 31, 2018, 03.04 PM / Is Qantas flying a non certified seat on its dreamliners

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