CraigAnderson wrote:There's no data yet but a friend in QF tells me it's lower than QF anticipated, it seems that the double whammy of losing the former MEL-DXB-LHR A380 plus DXB now being swapped out for SIN which is much more appealing for passengers who can now do MEL-SIN-LHR, has taken a slice out of the PER-LHR and MEL-PER-LHR traffic.
You’re going to get some that go via SIN and some that go via PER. I used to make use of the SIN stop to swing by the Singapore office, so it’s good that it’s back.
Perth will work. When people try it and see how much easier it is they will love it.