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Changing from Qantas Club to Koru Club

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adamkelly

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Hi


Does anyone know if it is possible to have your QC membership recognised by Air NZ and or converted to a Koru club membership.

After having recently moved to Auckland I have found Air NZ to have much better service than their competitor (airconnect) for Qantas.

Also ANZ flys direct to cities that I am unable to get flights on with Qantas.
 

Maca44

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Welcome to AFF Adam, but Qantas v Air New Zealand and One World v Star Alliance, it looks like its a new Koru membership for you.
 

straitman

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Maca44 said:
Welcome to AFF Adam, but Qantas v Air New Zealand and One World v Star Alliance, it looks like its a new Koru membership for you.
Having said that, it certainly doesn't hurt to ask.:cool:
 

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straitman said:
Having said that, it certainly doesn't hurt to ask.:cool:
only if you're not averse to a nice old helping of rejection...ha!

Perhaps if that works I can get David Jones to let me use my $100 Myer voucher at DJ's!

TG
 

Maca44

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Even though I suggest it will be a new membership application to the Koru Club, in 1994 when I was Life Member of the Golden Wings I went across to the Qantas Club and they offered me a substantial discount off life membership saying that if I was a member of Ansett, QF wanted my business and was prepared to offer membership at a considerable discount. So, this might also apply to you if you ask.
 

simongr

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Also maybe a status match with another *A member might be an option?
 

straitman

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Travel Guru said:
only if you're not averse to a nice old helping of rejection...ha!

Perhaps if that works I can get David Jones to let me use my $100 Myer voucher at DJ's!

TG
That's not what I said or even suggested :!:

Don't distort the intent of the post :evil:

... Oh and some food chains do accept vouchers belonging to their opposition. :mrgreen:

simongr said:
Also maybe a status match with another *A member might be an option?
This works for hotel chains and so 'may' work for airlines to some degree or other. If you don't ask you'll never know. :cool:
 
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