Qantas almost never releases Business or First Class award seats on its flights to London. But if you're planning to travel to the UK in the next month or so, you could be in luck! Qantas has just released a bunch of Premium Economy, Business and First Class award availability from Sydney to London for last-minute travel. The plentiful Qantas award availability to London can … [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 is currently offering double points to Qantas Business Rewards members for new flight bookings. For a limited time, the airline is also waiving its $89.50 Qantas Business Rewards joining fee. This Qantas Business Rewards deal is aimed at last-minute bookings. To earn double Qantas points, you'll need to book a new Qantas domestic or international flight by Friday, 18 … [Read more...]
Qantas Frequent Flyer has increased the fee it charges members to join the program to $99.50. The new Qantas Frequent Flyer joining fee, charged to Australian residents, represents a $10 increase on the 2018 membership price. At the beginning of this year, Qantas also increased the membership fee charged to New Zealand residents from NZD50 to NZD60. This is a once-off … [Read more...]
Singapore Airlines has come to the rescue after a Qantas blunder that left an AFF member seeing red. fitzy recently decided to change a Classic Flight Reward booking made with Qantas. Upon calling the Qantas call centre, this member was told that the change would cost 5,000 Qantas points, but that they would receive a refund of $270 due to the lower fees and taxes on the new … [Read more...]
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has called out all four of Australia's major airlines for misleading customers about their right to a refund. In addition, Jetstar has been fined $1.95 million for making false and misleading representations about its passengers' rights. The ACCC alleges that Jetstar falsely claimed on its website that certain fares … [Read more...]