QF Route Map Curiosities

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Can someone else please try this to prove i am not going insane?

1. Go to the QF Route Map, Domestic
Flight Info - Route Maps - Australia
2. Click Perth, then Kununurra. Price should come up as $265
3. Click Close, then Perth, then Cairns. Price should come up as $265
4. Click Close, then Perth, then Kalgoorlie. Price should come up as $265

Click on the International tab, then click Vancouver then Sydney. Price should come up as $265! Click London, then Hong Kong.. guess the price? 265 again! :confused:
 

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No prices come up at all for me; just the text "Loading Prices" for 1/2 a second, then that changes to a link: > View our Latest Specials which sends you to the Qantas Home page when clicked ... :confused:

Maybe their IT have implemented a temporary solution? :idea:
 
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Maybe its IE7?

I notice that no prices come up for Codeshare routes, only QF direct ones..
 

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bambbbam2 said:
Maybe its IE7? ...
I'm using IE6 in the AKL Dom QP ;)

Now it's different at $270; maybe they were updating prices. However, I observe the behaviour you mentioned; I can see that $270 showing up for PER-CNS, PER-BNE & PER-NRT!

:( Can't book at those prices though!
 
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Using FF 2.0 I get $165 for those routes listed above :confused:
 

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Shano said:
Using FF 2.0 I get $165 for those routes listed above :confused:

Bit wierd. Domestically it seems to be ok for me. On international it seems to give me the price of some random domestic sector. If I select PERHKG and then the price I discover it is $275. Click on the $275 link and I discover it is PERSYD that it has priced.

(using i.e6 and Flash 9)
 

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Something is really stuffed.

Here is my example:

Brisbane to Cairns. From $1197 return (Great deal that!)

Clicking on it for further information gives me the following URL:
http://www.qantas.com.au/regions/dyn/au/globaldeals/PER?dest=SIN&cama=rmPERSIN

Which is specials from Perth to Singapore (funnily enough from $1197 return).

To me it looks like it is caching the last legitimate request and presenting it to the next user (ie, the person before me checked PER-SIN. ).
 

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That PERSIN person may have been me!!! There is certainly something wrong in the way it is processing things
 

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serfty said:
No prices come up at all for me; just the text "Loading Prices" for 1/2 a second, then that changes to a link: > View our Latest Specials which sends you to the Qantas Home page when clicked ... :confused:

Maybe their IT have implemented a temporary solution? :idea:
This is what happens on my laptop with IE7 and Flash 9....
 
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