- Jan 12, 2010
I imagine they'd do what any other airline with a single flight would do - outsource it all.
Still costs money - paying both the outsourcer, and doing all the vendor management. As it's not some offshore outstation, the expectation would be that the service be decent as well. My guess is that they figure that this isn't profitable on 1 x 737
Has anyone heard anything from Qantas about a cancellation on per to sin. The announcement said affected passengers would be contacted in early March. Their definition of early March must be different to mine.
.Just checked my booking nothing has changed I flit out July 9 back 30th, in the last month to 6weeks I have had e-mails about the time changes of this flight, went from 1pm 10-55am -9-05 am now 8am this last one was about a month ago, so yes they have been keeping me informed, I realize we will be able to get lounge access but to get lounge access will we have to go change terminals?
If you are flying both Qantas (or Jetstar) then I believe you won't have to change terminals to access the Qantas lounge (Int terminal Perth, Terminal 1 at Changi, Singapore). If the PER/SIN Qantas flights do cease on 21st July then your return flight may be affected. Qantas had indicated they were contacting affected persons progressively so may not have got to your booking yet.
If I try a dummy booking with your dates the booking engine shows no Qantas flight out of Singapore direct to PER on the 30th July, only Jetstar (JQ) or Jetstar Asia (3K). You may wish to confirm with Qantas directly as to whether your original return flight is canx.
Hi jetranger many thanks for detailed reply, just rang 131313' agent said they were doing the bookings in batches, the one they are doing now is all June up to July 2nd' I am in the next batch, so they will be giving me a call.