Qantas began flying non-stop between Perth and London earlier this year. Back in March, AFF moderator JessicaTam wrote a scathing review of Economy class on QF10 from London to Perth. The conclusion was that the Economy seats were too narrow for a comfortable flight. But what's it like at the front of the plane, flying QF10 from London to Perth in Qantas 787 Business … [Read more...]
Stopovers & Transits
Stopovers and Transits is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. By taking full advantage of stopovers & transits, you can get to visit additional cities for little (if any) extra cost.
Read our guide how to transfer SPG points for travel on different airlines so that you can earn frequent flyer points on your transit hotel stays.
It's now possible to redeem Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles for Finnair flights! This new redemption option makes it possible to book some Finnair Business Class flights at significant discounts. Although Finnair does not fly to Australia, you can fly Finnair from destinations across Asia to Helsinki… or onward to destinations across Europe and North America. Plus, you … [Read more...]
Rail&Fly is a great perk of departing or arriving in Germany on an international flight. If you're flying to Germany, you may be entitled to a free or discounted train trip between the airport and anywhere in Germany. You can even use the high-speed ICE trains. The Rail&Fly benefit varies depending on the airline you've booked your ticket with. Some airlines give … [Read more...]
Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer is one of the world's best frequent flyer programs. The loyalty scheme of Singapore Airlines, KrisFlyer is both great value and easily accessible to Australians. If you're not already familiar with the Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer program, it's worth taking a few minutes to learn more about it. With excellent award availability, no fuel … [Read more...]
British Airways flies many times each day between London and New York. In fact, this route alone earns British Airways more than a billion dollars in annual revenue - making it the world's most profitable route! Most of the flights on the London-New York route are operated by wide-body Boeing 777s and Boeing 747s. But there is a unique British Airways flight from London to New … [Read more...]