Qantas is giving away double points on all new Qantas and Emirates flight bookings, for travel from 1 December 2018 to 30 June 2019. The current Qantas double points promotion runs until Friday 16 November 2018. To take part, you'll first need to register on the Qantas website. Double points can then be earned on an unlimited number of eligible flights. For the purposes … [Read more...]
Qantas and it's frequent flyer program are popular topics at the Australian Frequent Flyer. Qantas is Australia's national carrier, and has Jetstar as a subsidiary. The Qantas Frequent Flyer program is easily Australia's largest loyalty program.
The best use of Qantas frequent flyer points is to upgrade to a higher cabin class. Read our guide how to get a flight upgrade with frequent flyer points for more information.
Qantas' double status credit offers are extremely popular among AFF members looking for a shortcut to earning or retaining Qantas status. Status credits are used to determine your membership level in the Qantas Frequent Flyer program. So earning bonus status credits means you can achieve a higher status by taking fewer flights. Qantas has run three public "double status … [Read more...]
The Qantas Oneworld Award is one of the best uses of Qantas Frequent Flyer points. For a fixed amount of Qantas points, it's possible to fly around the world with up to 5 stopovers! Qantas' Oneworld Classic Flight Reward, as it's officially known, can be used to fly up to 35,000 miles on any Oneworld airlines. It's available in Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First … [Read more...]
Qantas has started selling Premium Economy tickets on its daily Boeing 787-9 tag flight between Melbourne and Perth. Qantas passengers also have the opportunity to redeem Qantas points for a Premium Economy award or upgrade on this route. Qantas flight QF9, which continues to London, has become a popular choice for flyers travelling from Melbourne to Perth. The flight … [Read more...]
Many Australians save up their Qantas points in the hope of one day redeeming them for a free flight. Unfortunately, Qantas Classic Reward flights are not entirely free. In addition to the Qantas points, you also need to pay for government/airport taxes and Qantas-imposed carrier charges. These Qantas carrier charges can add as much as $1,080 to the cost of a round-trip Qantas … [Read more...]