For the past three days, I have been trying to link a complimentary lounge invitation I sent to a work mate to her flight on Sunday. The invitation is in her QFF account but there’s is no ‘link flight’ option. It’s the same with the remaining invitation in my account. Neither QF chat or the QFF service centre can offer any explanation as to why the link isn’t there and no offer to circumvent the problem to allow her access on Sunday. QF chat suggested it could be a browser or device issue but we have tried 6 different devices and 3 different browsers! Best QFF service centre could do was send a general internal enquiry asking why there’s is no link.Trying to link a complimentary lounge pass to my Mum's Jetstar booking for travel tomorrow.
Getting an error:
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Digging a bit further, when I check the web inspector to try figure out what is happening I can see the endpoint requested to link Jetstar bookings is currently returning a 404 error.
Highly recommend reading the fare rules on EF (search SYD-SYD and it will come up) then hop on gcmap! Once you've found your ideal itinerary within distance restrictions hop back on EF to find flight numbers with D inventory, then call carrier and book! Oneworld used to have a tool for plotting itineraries but I think they scrapped it when they redesigned their website about a year ago.Is there a thread on how to plot a DONE4 flight ?
Not a thread. Just go to the OW site: oneworldIs there a thread on how to plot a DONE4 flight ?
Something like that has happened before. After some particularly silly tinkering by the work experience kids, the old ‘book business’ button was disabled. No one could book a business fare for ... I think it was a day.Kind of ironic to effectively block your own customers from new bookings, especially when the AY, BA and CX pages worked all OK and JL most of the time (albeit very slowly).
OTOH you can save a lot more money by using that Aussie TA to book the xONEx starting in a location with a less expensive base price.Not a thread. Just go to the OW site: oneworld
So it is not scrapped.
It has a lot of upsides - like being able to save various iterations of what you are planning either on their site or own your PC. I typically play around with eg. 2020A, B, C etc until I've figured out what I want.
You can even book and pay online - but if Australia-based it will default to QF and that is an expensive way to do it.
It is now possible, if Australia-based and wanting to begin and end in Australia, to use a TA to book an xONEx ticketing to another OW carrier. The saving is likely to be in the order of $1-2K on a c. $14K QF DONE4. But you need to have a TA who knows their stuff. There is one on AFF.
The mods may want to hive this off to a DONEx thread, as we seem to be going OT.