Alaska awards aren't showing correctly on the QF site. In the many searches I've undertaken in the past few days, when AS availability in a premium cabin does show, it comes with "!". For example, this flight from PDX to DAL, a direct flight on AS at 1616 miles shows availability in F but 'Your flight from PDX to DAL will be in business'. It's a single flight. Why is it showing availability in the F column if there's only availability in J? What's worse, it's charging 64.5K - the F price, despite being a J seat.
Two other points. First, shouldn't the AS logo now be next to AS flights, rather than the non-partner green square? Second, aren't DFW and DAL two entirely different airports? How is it possible to fly from PDX to both DFW and DAL?
Looks like some sort of coding error mapping across US domestic First class as 'true' first rather than the (now standard) business class on two-cabin flights.
The green square may not necessarily be a non-partner airline - it could be just to indicate a partner airline in general. Looking at similar flights connecting elsewhere in the USA all AA's regional partners (Republic, Skywest, Envoy, etc) all have the green square rather than the AA logo.
AS (partners) do indeed fly from PDX to both DFW and DAL. In fact on a random date in March 2022 their flights from PDX to DAL and DFW both leave at 7am! (bet you there's a bit of confusion there sometimes!)
Again, in line with other flights showing on Qantas, the name of the city comes first and any specific airport comes next. So flights to New York show as New York (La Guardia), New York (Newark), or NEW York (JFK). Same here where Dallas Fort Worth is actually the city, not the airport, followed by the specific airport (Love Field).