- Mar 30, 2007
QF confirmed to David Flynn and AusBT that the F cabin will be used for ‘higher tiered status members’ which he interpreted as WP and P1.
It is not available to pre select, rather when it comes under airport control.
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I don't know what you're referring to, but QF has stated this publicly.
Instead, the airline tells Executive Traveller that its A380 First suites are now being offered as a “complimentary upgrades for top-tier frequent flyers” travelling in business class.
I guess there are a few differences ... The Endeavour was not traveling in three dimensions at 500 knotts, and relied 100% on visual approach for arrivals.I was just listening to Fitzsimons book on Capt Cook the other week. A lot of detail on navigation in the 1780s...
Yes, of course a couple of differences.I guess there are a few differences ... The Endeavour was not traveling in three dimensions at 500 knotts, and relied 100% on visual approach for arrivals.
But their navigation process was amazing accurate and reliable under the circumstances.
Yeah I also noticed that today. Hopefully they are fixing the entertainment system or that plane breaks so they have to use one with refurbished seatingLooks like the 380 that was meant to fly Tuesday 18 has been subbed out for a 787.
Any chance it relates to the entertainment fix?
You joking!! I cannot believe Qantas is flying a long-haul aircraft with no working entertainment system!! I m flying on this plane this coming Sunday. Really hope there is a last minute plane change!Just got off QF12 this morning. Still no inflight entertainment and they couldn’t even get the DVDs playing on loop to work.
A number of recline functions in my partner’s J seat didn’t work properly and when we informed the FA, she held up a large chunk of plastic which she said just fell off another seat. Seems like there are a couple of F and J seats currently out of action too.
It’s great that QF has gotten a 380 back up in the air but from a customer perspective, my experience has made me question whether VH-OQB was ready to be put into service at this stage.