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If you mean Canberra, then there is a big difference. To get to London from Canberra will almost certainly necessitate going via another Australian location before commencing the international travel and to consider fares from those ports in conjunction with getting to that port makes sense
Suggesting that an airline has cheap fares from $2000 starting from a country which will likely cost that much or more to get to and also not mentioning that that fare wouldn't even get the person to the correct country is not nearly the same . To travel business class to London from Sydney , how much would the total cost using that fare be if including getting to Bangkok and then getting from the Euopean point on to London. There may well be a good fare that works better than , say , a $4500 as suggested (ex tax) and worth considering despite possible risks of multiple separate bookings
To be fair , JQ is really only a premium economy product anyways so I'd personally do a $4500 type fare in business class , but would definitely take a JQ Starclass Plus business onwards if I had a good enough connect time over taking premium economy on QF the whole way
I gave BA a go. The verdict: Seat is great in BA - flat. But no PJs, limited choice for breakfast and the seating arrangement is awkward when travelling alone. Thanks everyone.
Was there no offer of a bacon sandwich for breakfast?
Re the awkwardness of seating alone - did you have the privacy screen up? What seat were you in?
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