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Tasmania and the Great Barrier Reef via Qantas First Class

Tasmania and the Great Barrier Reef via Qantas First Class

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Old Feb 13, 19, 2:44 am
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Welcome back to Oz.

Again, I wish I was Mrs SFO jetting around the world.
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Old Feb 14, 19, 9:01 pm
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When used to live in Scottsdale in 2007/2008, There was at least one In-n-Out in greater Phoenix on Scottsdale Road just south of 202.
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Old Feb 15, 19, 7:06 am
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So sad for your rubbish QF flights. If I was going to Oz, I guess I would try to take Singapore from London Heathrow via Singapore.

Are there any good beaches near Qualia?
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Old Feb 15, 19, 7:37 am
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I know when I see 'SFO777' that I need to read the whole thing - another great trip report!

Thanks and very motivating to do this myself once I am in a similar position - I am 'only' 38 and BA Silver but I am working on my career and frequent flyer creds

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Old Feb 21, 19, 12:13 pm
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I flew Qantas from Melbourne to LA via Sydney (a 1 stop) and from San Francisco to Sydney with a Honolulu stop over in 1986; 32 years ago. Depressing how time fly's by. And we used points. In those days domestic flights were on Ansett.
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Old Feb 23, 19, 10:48 am
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Originally Posted by stevie View Post
Great TR thanks. QF biz class looks decent.
Thank you stevie. Yes, pretty solid J product at least on the 789.

Originally Posted by Annalisa12 View Post
Welcome back to Oz. Again, I wish I was Mrs SFO jetting around the world.
LOL. Thank you Annalisa12.

Originally Posted by GodAtum View Post
So sad for your rubbish QF flights. If I was going to Oz, I guess I would try to take Singapore from London Heathrow via Singapore. Are there any good beaches near Qualia?
Not so much at Qualia but the beautiful Whitsunday beaches are on on the other side of the island.

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I know when I see 'SFO777' that I need to read the whole thing - another great trip report! Thanks and very motivating to do this myself once I am in a similar position - I am 'only' 38 and BA Silver but I am working on my career and frequent flyer creds . Daniel
Thank you so very much Duck1981 for your kind comments.

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I flew Qantas from Melbourne to LA via Sydney (a 1 stop) and from San Francisco to Sydney with a Honolulu stop over in 1986; 32 years ago. Depressing how time fly's by. And we used points. In those days domestic flights were on Ansett.
Yeah, Ansett like many other airlines are now part of aviation lore.
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Old Feb 24, 19, 5:44 pm
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Three other airlines I flew on in the past few years have also disappeared:

Air Berlin
Joon
German Wings

From the 60s Allegheny, Piedmont, Pacific, Western and my favorite "Bonanza." I was a 14 year old from the UK and found it so exciting to fly on Bonanza. And the guy sitting opposite me on a BAC111 wore a cowboy hat!
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Old Mar 7, 19, 1:58 pm
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Really good report
just wondered did you find the QF J class hat revolutionary?
i mean its ok, but compared to CX AND aA I find the feet area more restrictive.

alao the carrots are not for eating but there supposed to be a juicer in the lounge.
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