Struggling to use your Qantas points to fly to Asia or London? Malaysia Airlines has award seats available on many flights, but you won't find them online... The Opportunity Looking to use your Qantas points to fly to Asia or Europe, but can't find any seats? While award seats on Qantas and many of its partner airlines are displayed on the Qantas website, Malaysia … [Read more...]
Malaysia Airlines is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. As a Qantas oneworld partner, you can use your Qantas frequent flyer points to travel on the extensive Malaysian network.
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Malaysia Airlines has announced yet another major devaluation of its Enrich frequent flyer program. The changes, which come into effect on 10 June, remove almost all of the remaining value in the program. Enrich mile redemptions will become more expensive, with the price of award tickets and upgrades both increasing. It will also become more difficult to upgrade using Enrich … [Read more...]
The news was hardly surprising considering the airline’s recent financial woes, but Malaysia Airlines recently announced that they had gone into receivership. Fortunately, it seems that the airline will continue operating normally in spite of this, at least in the short to medium term. We do know that the airline will remain a part of the oneworld alliance, and also that it … [Read more...]
Malaysia Airlines has become the latest airline to devalue its frequent flyer program. As well as making changes to the way miles are earned, the airline has significantly increased the number of Enrich miles required for reward flights. As well the increase to redemption costs, Malaysia Airlines is making changes to zones that leave most Australians much worse-off. … [Read more...]
Being a frequent flyer site, many our members pay close attention when aviation items hit the news. The news of a Malaysian B777 going missing certainly got our members talking. 777-200 enroute to Beijing lost contact with ground a few hours into the flight. With the world getting a smaller place, many were left wondering how you can lose a plane in this era of technology. … [Read more...]