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Seeing some weird QF First Availability

Seeing some weird QF First Availability

  1. Anonymous

    I’m looking at Qantas availability on BA to try and snag 3 tix for US – Australia and came across something strange.

    Searching LAX-SYD pulls up one seat in F. But if I search LAX-MEL, it gives me 5 and 8 seats in F on the LAX-SYD-MEL flights. Presumably the LAX-SYD flights are the same. Is the phantom availability or married segment logic? Wondering if anyone has any experience here

    Can’t seem to post any screenshots but otherwise I would…

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Do you have Expert Flyer? If not and care to share your dates we can check there.

  3. Andrew Yang

    Yes, I do have EF. Nothing is coming up for LAX-SYD whereas one seat shows on the direct LAX-MEL Flight

    The date I’m searching is Sept 16 2019. I don’t need to fly on this date but its easy to remember as its my birthday

  4. Anonymous

    I think it’s probably phantom. I don’t usually see more than 1 F seat on Qantas at a time, and they don’t really use married segment logic.

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