For work travel, usually always QF. I am sure we all have a price for personal travel. For me- I need to get a saving of more than 1.5c/point + $5 or $10 for drink/catering (depending on sector) to fly DJ. Also as a tier flyer there a benefits that really make flying on QF still quite compelling for those of us that fly enough to get there.davidtcohen said:Still, ponts are points and so many people remained chained to their card. How crap does Qantas need to get before people will give up on it? And how many tickets can you buy with the savings you make on the airfare cost?
I hate to state it with so many of those QF staff lurkers around but I just lap up the perks the FF card gives me. Unfortunately some perks have disappeared with the customs line not having a FC/BC/FF line anymore but I really do enjoy the idea of being a gold member for life & the QP goodies.davidtcohen said:How crap does Qantas need to get before people will give up on it? And how many tickets can you buy with the savings you make on the airfare cost?
Hi "thatwouldbher" and welcome to the AFFF.thatwouldbher said:Quite frankly I have travelled on many airlines, and I dont have a problem with QF foods, in fact i think they are among the best airline foods I have had. Try travelling the american airlines and then you have reason to complain... i travel 10 months of the year and I certainly find qantas airline food among the best in the world!!!!