Interesting, I as well put my Ford Laser on the Indian Pacific and headed to Perth in 1994 and worked for RGC Mineral Sands, after spending a few days in Perth drove up to the mine. Yes and Emu Export was one of two choices at the Sands Tavern.
With travel unknowns for now and into 2022 I would have booked QF direct even if more expensive. QF have honoured their refund policy on around 10 flights for me in the previous 12 months without question.
Expedia have been in the news in various places for slow and no refunds...
The same, booked plenty both domestic and international, flown about an eighth of what was booked and paid for. Have all my refunds and happy to wait to until I see international happening again without issue.
Domestic I now only book the day before or day I want to travel.
Have updated my photo caption. Also agree sad when a carrier, especially an old timer, doesn't make it however this one should be no surprise to anyone, have been on verge of closing for as long as I can remember.
I buy a few trinkets but these days mostly just take photos. Although one of my favourite items is a salt and pepper shaker from Mount St Helens, it's glazed ash in two parts in the shape of the mountain. With both salt and pepper part together it represents the mountain before the eruption and...
It's easy to say everyone else is cheap and below standard when you don't need to make a profit and use Govt and private money.
Of course but I don't seen anyone else throwing mud, however when income from natural gas an oil reduce in the coming decades no doubt Qatar Airways will will be...
The US FAA is going to track launching and returning spacecraft via air traffic control which is an interesting next step.
Also interesting is the FAA need for a new "Space Safety Office".
FAA Opens Houston Space Safety Office to Increase Oversight
of Texas and New Mexico Operations...