- Feb 13, 2008
Shockingly expressed. Is the 'same day flight' the inbound one, or do they mean another out bound one? Why not qualify 'any flight' like the next sentence? If the latter, its describing just stock standard lounge access before an eligible flight, nothing to do with access on arrival (end of journey).
Perhaps you missed the word "any". That means it is both the inbound and the outbound flight - any flight.
... again, its simply describing stock standard lounge access before an eligible flight, nothing whatsoever to do with the 'question'. But the implied answer, because Qantas loves to keep things vague for its Platinum flyers, is that NO ACCESS ON ARRIVAL (END OF JOURNEY)
The international bit tells you that access is only before a flight. That pretty much answer any question about arrivals access.
I put it to you that the only difference between the work that the Qantas web people do, and the work that people on this board do, is that their work is open to the world to see. I hope every time people around here make a mistake they put a little 'I'm and intern' stamp into their timesheet! The wording is not wrong, just incomplete.
I freely admit when I'm wrong at work. My work certainly is on display everyday. I don't get offended if people pick up on a failure, by me, to undertake basic proofreading. Instead of attacking that person, I fix the mistake. That is a massive difference.