- Jul 10, 2006
That would be fantastic if it could fly DXB to SYD direct - I would actually be able to use points for my parents to fly to visit me here
If this is on checkmytrip.com, this seams to be a common problem that some of our IT guru's could probably fix. The main thing is the code is Y class which in the eyes of QF give you ultimate flexibility.justinbrett said:IOn another point - I have a booking with QF domestic that is coming up as ecconomy restricted. It's Y class. Why would this be?
Great circle distances (miles):serfty said:It would not surprise at all if Qantas decide to rearrange their announced plans and schedule an A380 route Oz-DXB-<europe>
NM said:Probably not much when purchased in Dubai.
Yes, and its takes a lot longer for the process.Evan said:But can't and A380 be loaded and unloaded from a normal airbridge, just need to use the stairs for pax and the elevators for food carts ?
Evan said:But can't and A380 be loaded and unloaded from a normal airbridge, just need to use the stairs for pax and the elevators for food carts ?
d15.in.oz said:A recent schedule change email from QF, prompted me to look at an upcoming (all economy I thought) QantasLink 717 segment on CheckMyTrip…
I don’t know if it is just a feature of the new version of CheckMyTrip, but the flight I am booked on now appears as “Premium economy”!
Venturing a little further, and checking my booking on the Qantas website reveals –
Status: Confirmed, but no class for that segment! (Previously it was “Economy”)
So, is this just a flaw in reading QF booking codes, or something more?!
My original post turned out to be a class booking code issue, not an exciting preview of a new seat, but anyway.... Other than maybe a slight pitch difference before and after the over wing emergency exits, I couldn't physically make out a "premium cabin" on the National Jet I was on...but pitch can be valued at a premium I guess.codash1099 said:Now confirmed...
I am assuming it will be handled the same as BA WT+, where it earns full economy SCs and a 10% cabin bonus on points. Seems fair to me.futaris said:I wonder if the QFF program will be adjusted yet again to account for "premium economy"