In-Flight Magazine Archive

Discussion in 'Open Discussion' started by icemann, Jul 19, 2004.

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  1. icemann

    icemann Member

    Jan 2, 2003
    French's Forest, NSW
    I would like to ask what may seem like a really stupid question :)

    If anyone actually does (apart from me) read the QF inflight magazines, and I even look forward to it :oops: and takes note of the restaurant reviews in them, or some of the articles (some of them have been of quite a high 'interest' value - as in mental note of 'must look into that when I get on the ground') -

    Do you know if there is an electronic version online of anyone's in-flight magazine ? Does anyone archive any articles / reviews ?

    Quite often, I will read the restaurant reviews, or a hotel review and look into it when I get the chance. Some really good leads have come from the articles in the mags, particularly QFs. I say this, because there are some months where I'm not flying QF (or at all), or I'm flying on a different carrier.

  2. Craigo

    Craigo Intern

    Sep 22, 2003
    You're not the only one. I find the QF magazine a good read and agree with you on the city guides and restaurant reviews. I flew over to Perth for a long weekend in March on a red-e-deal and was fortunate that the March magazine had a lot of articles on Perth and Freo, which came in very handy for planning the weekend's activities.

    The QF magazine is certainly better than the trashy mag on the other airline. And calling it 'Voyeur' :roll: why didn't they just go all the way and name it after their founder and call it 'Deviant'?

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