The $29 fares include all taxes. The only addition to pay is the credit card surcharge, but I have read somewhere that someone paid with something other than a credit card.HardieBoys said:How much tax is there on the $29 tickets?
Naah, it's much too far for me and I live way north out of Melbourne. For me to get to Avalon I have to go through Bacchus Marsh.icemann said:But any melbournites or Vics here (Paging Redrat ?!) going to drive out to Avalon to use the Melbourne Jetstar deals ?
Because Sydney to Adelaide is a Citiflyer service, but Adelaide to Perth is not.Can anybody explain to me, why Qantas will give you (free) beer / wine (in Economy) on a flight from Sydney to Adelaide.... but when to then travel from Adelaide to Perth 45 mins later, the same day.... you have to pay $6.00 for the same stuff???
Quite - but as I have pointed out repeatedly in several fora, your average punter doesn't know or care about the difference between CityFlyer and non CityFlyer services. As far as they are concerned, both flights are operated by Qantas, with the same aircraft, with the same seating, with the same cabin and tech crew, and provide the same levels of food service on board. I think that whilst "CityFlyer" was a good marketting ploy, providing different levels of service on different domestic services only serves to cause confusion and resentment amongst the self loading cargo.oz_mark said:PER-ADL is not a cityflyer service.