Metal in this case means the carriers' own aircraft, not a codeshare flight on another airlines' aircraft. So when it refers to 'QF metal' it means a Qantas aircraft.anat0l said:As in "QF metal" or "The AA challenge in 2007 is only based on flights flown on AA metal".
What does metal mean?
However the use of metal in regards to the challenge is incorrect, the requirement is that the flights have AA flight numbersanat0l said:Cool, thanks!
Now I see why (unless you are a frequent flyer within LOTFAP) the AA challenge is just a touch harder to complete.
Hehehe yes yes very funny !NM said:I suppose we will have to change the terminology when the 787 is delivered. We will have to refer to them as QF Plastic or QF Composite
Nahh, a little too boring and easily understood by the lay folks. We will need to find a good acronym to be quoted along with the secret FF handshake .Dave Noble said:Or simply use the term QF operated
There's a secret FF handshake?NM said:Nahh, a little too boring and easily understood by the lay folks. We will need to find a good acronym to be quoted along with the secret FF handshake .