New York is the largest city in the United States and home to three major airports, including John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). The city that never sleeps is an important financial hub and a hugely popular tourist destination, so it's no surprise that it's a hub for all three major U.S. legacy carriers. Qantas also flies to New York daily, with one-stop flights … [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. You can also enjoy a bit of luxury when visiting the departure lounges at many airports.
Fiji Airways is offering some very attractive Business class fares from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane to Tokyo, Japan. All flights are via Nadi, and free stopovers in Fiji are permitted. If you're thinking about booking a Business class ticket to Japan, these Fiji Airways flights are substantially cheaper than direct options on Qantas, Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways or … [Read more...]
Just short of the next status tier with Qantas Frequent Flyer? If you haven't quite flown enough in your membership year to qualify (or re-qualify) for elite status, you might consider undertaking a Qantas status run. Status credits, which count towards your membership level with the airline, can only be earned by flying. The concept of a "status run" is therefore to book a … [Read more...]
Qantas flight QF1 is the airline's flagship "kangaroo route" from Sydney to London via Singapore. Departing from Sydney each afternoon, this Airbus A380 service takes around 24 hours to cover the 17,176km to London. Are you flying on QF1 from Sydney to London? This guide explains everything you need to know to maximise your experience and have an enjoyable … [Read more...]
Santiago is the gateway between Australia and South America. All flights between the two continents arrive in Santiago, the Chilean hub of LATAM Airlines. So if you're headed to South America, chances are you'll have a Santiago stopover at Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport. Santiago is perhaps not the most exciting city in South America, but there's plenty to do … [Read more...]