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    Exiting LAX

    A quick one for the frequent LAX travellers. I departed LAX on a qantas flight the other day and did not go through any customs / immigration procedures. Just got a boarding pass at the ticketing counter and then queued up to go through the xray, remove shoes area and handed in the stapled...
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    Qantas Business Class

    I have often wondered the same thing but it is true, people seem to be willing to pay a sizable premium to fly Qantas. I myself used to fly Qantas almost exclusively but have become quiet dissilusiond with QF and choose a couple of other airlines and can say that in practise other airlines...
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    Hotel in LA

    I am traveling to the US next week and this time am taking a couple of days on my own time in LA. Can anyone recomend a hotel thats convenient to both LAX and close enough to go and do some shopping sight seeing etc. would suggest $200AUD as maximum but as this is on my own money as opposed to...
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    Qantas - Sould I bother ?

    yes, I agree with you cabin comparison 100%. a telling indicator is when they come to your seat to take an order for dinner for eg. the qantas guys have a list, and adress you, "Mr <look down, check list> (insert name her)" where as on Singapore they just remember. A nice touch. Would be nice...
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    Qantas - Sould I bother ?

    I could accept that a reserved set being reserved for some-one being valid, And would accepted that as fair, except when it can be "unreserved" and given to me for $1100.00. Thats kinda like extortion.
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    Qantas - Sould I bother ?

    Actually the explanation I was give for the 8 Vacant seats was that they were being reserved for a Singapore travel company who was an agent for an Amway conference and they were on hold (just in case) for them. My ticket was in fact a full class J ticket as this is what I always organise. I...
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    Qantas - Sould I bother ?

    Guys, my first post so please bare with me, long time reader first time Poster. I travel a fair bit for work, but not as much as many of you, perhaps 15 domestic trips a year and 5-6 international. Domestically travel is full price economy, I need the flexibility of chnageable ticketsetc...
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