- Mar 28, 2014
yes P1's had a "pre-sale" opportunity till 4pm today.
I'd love for the SYD flight to be to HTI but I don't think we can rely on those promotional pictures to be representative.Google image search reveals where the Sydney destination might be (using pictures in the QF promo), and if it and the speculation above is right might represent better value (in terms of distance) than the speculated Melbourne destination (3.8x distance). Do we think those images are representative of where the destinations are, or just examples?
No, these mystery flights will be operated by private charter B737s.Assuming the mystery flight out of MEL is to LST, would it be fair to assume that despite the day commencing at 7am they will actually be using the scheduled 0830 service and returning on the 1655 service arriving 1800?
Once more I am super envious! Let’s hope I can wave at you from the back of the bus!I’m in!! Booked for SYD. Going with a couple of mates from here. Can’t wait
I have always thought the name Launceston looks a bit like Lunchtime - so that would be quite appropriate for a day trip.
I got that at first, try searching in an incognito tab or logging out of your frequent flyer account. I think MEL and SYD are sold out but Brisbane might still have some seats.I think it's all sold out now. I'm getting "Thank you for your interest. You are not eligible for this offer" for all 3 flights.
No, they won’t be scheduled flights. As others have said, these are charter flights for the mystery trip only. After all, land transport, activities and lunch out will also be included.Assuming the mystery flight out of MEL is to LST, would it be fair to assume that despite the day commencing at 7am they will actually be using the scheduled 0830 service and returning on the 1655 service arriving 1800? These flights are available for booking now at the usual prices of $116 including via points at 8,000 (Not $737 etc). Business paid/points is not available on qf.com for this flight, so it’s possible this is just the usual service using a single class 717-200 all economy config and the mystery flight is indeed a 737 aircraft Operating a very different flight number etc. Strangely enough though, almost every other LST service other than on May 1st offers business class.
In the unlikely event that this is the same aircraft and flight, surely Qantas must have some sort of check in place to ensure people aren’t just guessing the flights, booking them in anticipation in an attempt to attract all the benefits stated for the ‘mystery flight’. If not, it could be a neat back door ticket, especially with full flexibility on points tix.