dajop said:Just interested to see what others think.
sully said:Re Jeststar, how are they going to react to an injury arising from the push and shove of people trying to get a preferred seat? This idea of no seat allocations is ridiculous.
I also note re Jetstar that a number of the cabbies who drive up from Avalon aren't familiar with MEL and actually ask for directions!!
rormad said:Funny though the people flying Jetstar would not be as concerned with punctuality of flights as business travellers.
sully said:I voted for neither as I would rather stay with Qantas and enjoy all the relevant perks. I do have a concern that QF's policies may irk some people though and so they should be more flexible. In the past few weeks I have had to go to MEL on short notice. The price differential between QF and DJ has been quite staggering and so it is hard to justify the latter. Also, if a QF flight is booked on one of the lower fares there is no flexibility to alter flights. If I get to the airport in time for a previous flight and there is room on it why can't I travel on that earlier flight? Very annoying.