The Qantas Big Trip Sale - Fly to London and stopover in New York on the way home

Status
Not open for further replies.

papermate92

Junior Member
Joined
Jan 1, 2013
Messages
36
Points
55
I saw this sale and was very intrigued.

My first thought was - Qantas flying transatlantic, that's huge news!
Second and more likely was that Qantas has a codeshare agreement with BA or AA LHR-JFK, still pretty exciting.

But to my surprise, neither are reality.

Qantas is encouraging a Melbourne - Dubai - London Heathrow - New York (JFK) (stopover) - Melbourne journey but not offering a QF flight number on the whole journey.

Just to clarify with everyone on this forum, as a result of the forthcoming enhancements, will I be "punished" for making the LHR-JFK journey vs a return via DXB?
 
Easy to install and operate, this 10 in 1 lens kit can be used on your Smartphone.

The kit includes a 198 degree fisheye lens, 0.63x wide angle lens, 15x Macro lens, a super wide angle lens, 0.36X , 2x telephoto lens , Kaleidoscope Lens plus a circular polariser lens, star filter lens, flow filter lens.

AFF Supporters can remove this and all advertisements

Isochronous

Established Member
Joined
Dec 18, 2009
Messages
4,818
Points
705
Re: The Qantas Big Trip Sale - Fly to London and stopover in New York on the way hom

I saw this sale and was very intrigued.

My first thought was - Qantas flying transatlantic, that's huge news!
Second and more likely was that Qantas has a codeshare agreement with BA or AA LHR-JFK, still pretty exciting.

But to my surprise, neither are reality.

Qantas is encouraging a Melbourne - Dubai - London Heathrow - New York (JFK) (stopover) - Melbourne journey but not offering a QF flight number on the whole journey.

Just to clarify with everyone on this forum, as a result of the forthcoming enhancements, will I be "punished" for making the LHR-JFK journey vs a return via DXB?

The punitive SC thresholds don't apply to Europe-Nth America flights.

Does QF really not codeshare with anyone on LHR-JFK? If not, an AA flight number will be better than a BA flight number.
 

QPProletarian

Member
Joined
Nov 12, 2012
Messages
320
Points
0
Re: The Qantas Big Trip Sale - Fly to London and stopover in New York on the way hom

Pretty good to promote this kind of ticket.

OT - Always wondered whether HNL could've made a good hub to concentrate both NA and EU traffic.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top