There are many reasons that people pay more to fly Business class. In addition to a more comfortable seat and better meals, one of the key benefits is the privacy and exclusivity of Business class. But it seems Qantas forgot about this when it reconfigured its Boeing 737 aircraft, which are used on domestic and short-haul international flights. When Qantas refurbished its … [Read more...]
Trip Reports & Reviews
Trip Reports & Reviews is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. In this category Australian Frequent Flyer members report and review flights, hotels, airport lounges, and of course the destinations.
To make the most of your trip so that you can write a cracking Trip Report, you should definitely read our guide on how to fly around the world using the Qantas Oneworld Award.
Hilton Honors members are truly spoilt for choice when travelling to London. There are 30 Hilton properties in central London, and dozens more on the city's outskirts! So, as AFF member Notyourbag asks, which Hilton hotels in London offer the best value? And which look after Gold and Diamond Hilton Honors members the best? Heading to London for 4 nights work in a few weeks. … [Read more...]
If you're flying with Qantas to the United States, there is a good chance you'll pass through American Airlines' hub of Dallas/Fort Worth Airport (DFW). But Dallas is not a major destination in its own right. In fact, 87% of passengers on QF7, Qantas' daily flight from Sydney to Dallas, are connecting onwards to another destination with American Airlines. DFW Airport is … [Read more...]
It's easy to forget just how good flying is in Australia. We have two full-service airlines with proper Business class products and well-appointed airport lounges. Complementing this are two low-cost airlines offering comfortable budget travel. By comparison, aviation in Europe is in a rather sad state... Flying in Europe really seems like a cross between Tigerair and a horse … [Read more...]
LATAM Airlines flies non-stop from Melbourne to Santiago 3 times per week using Boeing 787 Dreamliners. The route launched in October last year, and AFF member pn1 recently tried it out in Economy class. The trip began on board LA804 from Melbourne to Santiago. This flight departs in the evening, so dinner was served after take-off. This was followed by a small breakfast … [Read more...]