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ausfox

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It seems that J* in order to improve their service have reduced the number of routes that have business seats on board. Can a member direct me to where I can find the destinations they provide business class. Cheers
 

mannej

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A good starting point would be to find the destinations JQ operate a widebody to.
 

ausfox

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Thanks mannej, but apart from dummy bookings how do I find this. The J* site blocked me yesterday as I explored the different destinations for a while.
 

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Syd-hnl
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mel-sin
mel-bkk
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It seems that J* in order to improve their service have reduced the number of routes that have business seats on board. Can a member direct me to where I can find the destinations they provide business class. Cheers
Thinking of heading off anywhere?

If you book early enough it's pretty easy to snatch seat 1a.

On my most recent flight MEL > NRT ..... 1a did me quite well for me in terms of quick service from the Flight attendants & leg room was very good.
 
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AustraliaPoochie

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If you play around with JQ website, it seems from a certain point, no more JQ35 "dom pax on an int flight capability".
Meaning wide bodies MEL -> SYD vv.
Except on the int sectors to and from SYD/MEL, no J class, onky Y class offered.
OP would need to stipulate AU dom or int travel for the dom elusive J class seats.
 
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