Fully agree - and it is so frustrating when in J and Y are allowed into the area.One turnback is all it takes.
Couldn’t agree more, likewise the priority boarding which is close to 100% of times totally messed up by Qantas staff but could be SO easy. Yes, I’d like more meal variety and proper champagne on Domestic. Yes, the lounge in Auckland is an absolute disgrace. But I understand that these are all cost issues. However, training staff to turn the cattle from Why around or letting the riff raff wait while the priority lane boards first- these things are simple, easy, close to free (besides maybe some tiny amount incremental training capacity). Easy wins.Qantas need to put a stop to this and train their staff accordingly.
I would not have come to this conclusion reading the rest of your post....All in all an uneventful but perfectly fine flight.
Staff was friendly. Didn't make stupid not funny jokes that belong into Kindergarten rather than on an airplane like a certain competitor tends to do.What more could have gone wrong to drop from perfectly fine to just fine?
That's pretty lacklustre considering the prices QF charges for transcon J.
It’s a joke. But they get away with it. Cabins are usually full. Staff travelling, or (like me) pax who are transiting internationally. I’d love to know what the VA offering is like. Sadly the better QF network - and the lure of the F lounge - keeps me on these flights.That's pretty lacklustre considering the prices QF charges for transcon J.