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Hey Guys, Looking at my work booking to the states in feb. I am looking at the upgrade requests and the upgrade number was massively high. From what I can ...
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    Group Travel - Upgrading

    Hey Guys,

    Looking at my work booking to the states in feb. I am looking at the upgrade requests and the upgrade number was massively high. From what I can tell this is based on upgrading everyone in my booking, as I beleive work has booked this all under my booking.

    Is it possible to apply for an upgrade for myself without applying for all 3 of us in my party?

    Dont really want to spend 144k points

    Also, does anyone have any seat recommendations for the refit 747's? For economy?

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    Re: Group Travel - Upgrading

    You can only upgrade all passengers on the same booking (PNR).
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    Re: Group Travel - Upgrading

    Some airlines will separate you onto an individual PNR, and once that's done you can upgrade your own booking.

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    Re: Group Travel - Upgrading

    Fair enough, might give Qantas a call!

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    Re: Group Travel - Upgrading

    The bigger issue if you don't get the upgrade is that being on the same PNR you might be sat together for the entire flight...

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    I am just a lowly silver but we can select seats.

    In saying that I dont care if I have to sit next to them either as that way I at least know that I will be someone with normal dimensions and personal hygeine

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