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    Re: Jetstar Cancellation Denpasar

    Come to PER and say hi

    mannej Today, 12:02 PM Go to last post

    Re: Bora bora or Maldives

    Back on topic...BB si most definitely worth a visit; it is quite different in character from the Maldives and I found it (on 2 occasions) rather more interesting. I agree with drross above that you...

    whughes3 Today, 12:00 PM Go to last post

    BBQ at Changi......

    SIA flight catches fire while making emergency landing in Singapore - Channel NewsAsia

    jb747 Today, 11:58 AM Go to last post

    Re: ATO (tax office) payments by credit card

    Yes the Westpac Black Altitude Amex points cost about 1.93 cents each less any tax deduction so it isn't too brilliant unless you are wanting an SQ Suites or a business class run. Don't bother if you...

    cove Today, 11:57 AM Go to last post

    Re: Jetstar Cancellation Denpasar

    When you are only going away for a week it is nonsensical to spend 12 hours flying when if there was a reliable service you can do it in five. Virgin and Qantas have tanked on Adelaide direct. ...

    Pushka Today, 11:51 AM Go to last post

    Re: Scams like these

    I tried posting this from my Ipad earlier (the app still !!!! doesn't work properly)
    Anyway, I received an email Purporting to be from Nespresso, offering me the opportunity to enter a competition....

    GPH Today, 11:50 AM Go to last post

    Re: Jetstar Cancellation Denpasar

    Interesting report.

    No one is forcing you to fly Jetstar. As mentioned you can fly via SYD or MEL or even via SIN and KUL as a one-stop itinerary.

    I really don't understand the must fly...

    JohnK Today, 11:47 AM Go to last post

    Re: [Conjecture]Qantas to move European base to Berlin (BER)?

    That is true.

    Of course if UK were member of Schengen, leaving EU doesn't necessarily mean they would leave Schengen. However, they are not, and given they are leaving EU, I can't see them...

    dajop Today, 11:47 AM Go to last post

    Re: [Conjecture]Qantas to move European base to Berlin (BER)?

    I'm really unsure what this Brexit will change about the assessment around whether to move from LHR to BER. Avoiding EU261 by maintaining LHR sounds like a somewhat superficial but otherwise...

    anat0l Today, 11:46 AM Go to last post

    Re: [Conjecture]Qantas to move European base to Berlin (BER)?

    Good point, although having a land border is not a requirement for being a member. E.g. Iceland or Greece do not have a border with other members.

    JessicaTam Today, 11:38 AM Go to last post

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