When booking flights on the Qatar Airways website, did you know that you could be paying more if you're using a computer? That's because Qatar Airways may offer significantly lower fares to customers that book flights on a mobile device. We compared Qatar Airways airfares on a computer, versus booking on the airline's mobile website or App. In many cases, the fares were … [Read more...]
Non Australian Airlines
Non-Australian Airlines is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. In this category we provide tips, tricks and chat about Non Australian Airlines including American Airlines, Air New Zealand, Avianca, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Etihad Airways, LATAM Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines, and selected other airlines.
If you prefer to stick with Qantas, you can still travel around the world using the Qantas Round the World ticket.
In 2008, United Airlines started charging Economy class passengers a small fee to check in a second bag on domestic flights. The other US airlines quickly realised that they could increase their revenue by doing the same and, within just months, every legacy carrier in the United States had extended this to charging for all checked luggage. What originally began as a $15 fee … [Read more...]
Two months after Japanese airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) announced it will launch a second daily service to Sydney, we now know the schedule for the new flights. All Nippon Airways already flies daily between Sydney and Tokyo's Haneda Airport using Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners. The second daily flights, which will also use Boeing 787-9 aircraft, will commence on 29 March 2020. … [Read more...]
KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes deals are a monthly staple of the Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer program. Every month, Singapore Airlines offers 30% off the KrisFlyer miles required for last-minute award travel on a range of different Singapore Airlines and SilkAir routes. The KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes deals can be used to book Saver awards in Economy, Premium Economy and … [Read more...]
It may be hard to believe, but Emirates operates 20 return flights every single day between Dubai and the UK alone - most of these on Airbus A380s. And many of these flights are full. Of Emirates' entire European operation, 26% of capacity serves airports in the United Kingdom, and the UK alone accounts for a staggering 56% of Emirates' profit. These statistics were revealed … [Read more...]