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I’ve done this in the past, i.e. did a pay+points, and the double SC’s still applied.
Feb 20, 2019, 08.43 AM / Supercharge your status with Qantas' 2019 double status credits promo
Check the terms but I’ve done this in the past and still received the double SC’s.
Feb 20, 2019, 08.41 AM / Supercharge your status with Qantas' 2019 double status credits promo
Trick with the seats to get a level surface is to raise the back rest a couple of inches. Sure, it’s no longer technically lie-flat but it’s hardly noticeable. I’m going to miss the space when they do the update.
Jan 30, 2019, 04.19 PM / The best business class seats on the Qantas Airbus A380
And pigs may fly. Sorry David, we all know they’ll just lay out the cabin with as many revenue generating seats as they can.
Jan 27, 2019, 08.55 AM / Qantas: cafes, gyms and 'chill zones' for non-stop 20 hour flights
On business trips I just want to get there. Time spent on the ground connecting is just wasted time, if I miss a connection there’s another plane and it’s only really an issue if I’ve got meetings immediately on arrival. But for me traveling for pleasure is different, the tra...
Jan 22, 2019, 03.15 PM / Are some transit times simply too short for the traveller?
Depends how tall you are. If you're tall then 12A is fine as you can easily step over your aisle seat companion and you get the window bins - 2 in this case as one of the 3 next to that seat is locked. If you're not so tall and getting out is an issue then 12E solves that but at the cost of alm...
Feb 17, 2019, 02.17 PM / Qantas Airbus A380: 12A or 12E
Originally Posted by readosunnycoast Continental USA gets its inflight internet from ground based cell towers. Oceans require satellite coverage, The cost and logistics are entirely different. That’s true of GoGo equipped aircraft but Viasat is satellite based, American is using it on all...
Feb 14, 2019, 08.30 PM / Inflight WiFi - luxury or necessity?
Thanks for everyone’s comments. I suspect part of the reason I felt the need to ask is that so many of the systems we use at work these days are cloud based, so I’m relying on servers to dish up the data and information I use at work. And despite also being of the old school, i.e. l...
Feb 13, 2019, 11.00 PM / Inflight WiFi - luxury or necessity?
On Saturday I did a 7hr flight from Boston to LAX on AA, with access to great in-flight WiFi via ViaSat. I could happily use cloud based business systems. Then Monday I did LAX - MEL with Qantas, obviously with no WiFi. Which frankly was a little frustrating and which got me thinking, should we...
Feb 13, 2019, 05.36 PM / Inflight WiFi - luxury or necessity?
When the 380’s are all gone in 10-15 years we’ll look back and remember them with fondness.
Feb 08, 2019, 04.38 PM / Qantas Finally Cancels Remaining Airbus A380s