I noticed the East entrance closed and the glass covered in black plastic sheets last week, and indeed, they are the same today.stuandmel said:Does anyone know what renovations are taking place to the QP entrance in T3 at Sydney ?
Please don't tell me that surprises you. Airport stores all over the world are more expensive than those outside.danielh said:Had a look in the shop and most prices are about 10-20% more expensive then where I would normally get it.
Methinks you may have to take that up with the Airport/Terminal management. I don't believe Qantas are responsible; it's the terminals' admistrations who get the 'rent' revenue from these spruikers.macca172 said:... Memo to QF management....these sprookers as I said are a pain in the butt. I dont like being sprooked by some upstart yelling at you from 20+ metres away, trying to flog their wares, especially rip off credit cards. Do yourselves and your customers a huge favour and get rid of them!
These wretched spruikers are located in T2 also, right next to the escalators after you go through security. You have to walk past them if you are heading towards the DJ and O7 gates on the original pier.markis10 said:SACL brought the Ansett terminal off the administrators after long negotiations and a $200M cheque.
The difference for me is that these guys call out as I walk past, trying to engage me in conversation, which I don't like. I don't have that much of a problem walking through the DF store as no-one is trying to hussle me.Kiwi Flyer said:
At Sydney , you can nicely avoid the duty free. Just after the x-ray machines, there is a staircase on the right which goes up to the Mezzanine coming up right by the QPKiwi Flyer said:
Thanks for reminding me. Most times lately I am only connecting in SYD but even when not I keep forgetting about that routeDave Noble said:At Sydney , you can nicely avoid the duty free. Just after the x-ray machines, there is a staircase on the right which goes up to the Mezzanine coming up right by the QPKiwi Flyer said: