AA Award Flight on Qantas - Cost of Infant ticket 10%

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basil15

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Hi,

I have booked an American award ticket on Qantas business from MEL->SIN in Jan 2020.

Now I need to add an infant ticket to the booking. Using their SMS service Qantas was happy to add the infant lap ticket to the booking but wanted to charge me 10% of the business fare.

Does this sound right? I thought Qantas only charged taxes for an infant lap ticket on a award flights (even though one made through American)

Thanks for your input.

Cheers,

basil15
 

serfty

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It is AA who charge 10% ... since it is an AA award that is what you need to pay.

See here from FlyerTalk:

 

blackcat20

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AA ticket means AA charges. QF and VA are quite rare in that they only charge taxes for infants.
 
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