|Quoting AA7295 (Reply 7):|
However, as mentioned before, the novelty on flying on a 747 cannot be replaced.
|Quoting 474218 (Reply 8):|
Why is flying a 747 a novelity?
|Quoting SW733 (Reply 9):|
Depends on the person...I avoid 747's whenever possible, I hate them...like you said, longer to get on, longer to get off, longer to get food, longer to get it cleaned up. I hate flying the 747.
|Quoting SW733 (Reply 6):|
Go cheaper...I mean, really, is there enough of a difference to warrant spending $214 more? You go from the same place to the same place in the same amount of time, which isn't that long...use the money elsewhere, or, GASP, save it!
|Quoting TruemanQLD (Reply 11):|
It is hard to compare QF and TR its like comparing Apples and Oranges
|Quoting Ansett767 (Reply 2):|
Qantas for me for anything longer than 1.5 hours (the lack of leg room would be torture for me!)
|Quoting AA7295 (Reply 10):|
Well it's not everyday you get to fly on a B747 domestically.
|Quoting Qantas787 (Thread starter):|
Doing a bit of mucking around on their respective websites I see Qantas are $554 return MEL-PER late NOV to late DEC Tiger are $340.