An Australian Frequent Flyer forum moderator got the shock of her life recently when she discovered that her available credit card balance was suddenly over $28 million. The reason? She'd just received a refund for a Qatar Airways flight! JessicaTam had booked return Qatar Airways Business class flights from Jakarta to London. But like most flights at the moment, they … [Read more...]
Qatar Airways is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. In this category we provide tips, tricks and chat about Qatar Airways and Privilege Club, the airline's frequent flyer program.
As Qatar is a member of the oneworld alliance and you can redeem Qantas points while flying with Qatar.
There was a 98% reduction in international passengers travelling to and from Australia in April 2020, compared to the previous year, despite a surge in people leaving Australia on repatriation flights. Almost half of those passengers flew with Qatar Airways. There was also a 97.2% reduction in domestic airline passengers travelling within Australia in April 2020. According … [Read more...]
Often overlooked by Australian frequent flyers, the Qatar Airways Privilege Club program has been brought back into the spotlight by the recent Qatar Airways status match for Virgin Australia Velocity members. With most of these status matches now processed, many former Virgin Australia flyers now have newly-minted Qatar Airways Privilege Club status. So, what benefits does … [Read more...]
Qatar Airways Privilege Club is offering a status match to top-tier members of the Virgin Australia Velocity program. The offer is also available to frequent flyers with Emirates, Etihad Airways, Singapore Airlines, Turkish Airlines and South African Airways. If you're eligible for the Qatar Airways Privilege Club status match, you'll receive 12 months of complimentary … [Read more...]
At the moment, most airlines are being more generous in allowing free changes. They need to, in order to encourage customers to continue booking during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some airlines are offering to waive change fees once, for example, while still charging any fare difference that may apply. Emirates is going a step further, allowing passengers to rebook any time … [Read more...]