Earning QF points on other oneworld airlines

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manofham

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Hi

I am QF Gold (45 pts to Plat) and I've got a flight from Auckland to HK on Qantas business, then HK to London BA business, then return is business BA to HK then Cathay to Auckland. Will I earn full points on all these flights? I.e. is the points calc the same for BA & Cathay flights as it is for Qantas flights?

I thought I remembered that you earned less points on BA and Cathay, somethign like 25% on BA and 50% on Cathay but I've been to the Qantas Earning Points page and I can't find any mention of that now. It says "You will earn one Qantas Frequent Flyer point per mile (or 1.609km) travelled on eligible* Full Economy flights with Qantas, oneworld alliance airlines and partner airlines"

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If you are flying in business class then you will earn 100 miles plus 25% class of service bonus regardless. On BA and Qantas you will also earn the Status bonus of 50% for Gold or 100% for Platinum whilst you will not earn it on CX

Reduced base mileage earning is only an issue in economy

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Welcome to AFF manofham :)

In business class the point and SC earning is the same rate within one world, except for 2 aspects. (1) minimum mileage varies by airline - doesn't apply to you. (2) status bonus is only on QF, BA and AA (American Airlines) coded flights. So flying CX (Cathay Pacific) you lose out on the 50% bonus miles.

In economy it isn't quite as simple as varies by booking class and also exception to BA earning on the kangaroo route.
 

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Thanks all for you quick replies. Very helpful.

The Cathay flight has a BA flight number so am I correct in thinking that I will get the status points for that?
 

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manofham said:
Thanks all for you quick replies. Very helpful.

The Cathay flight has a BA flight number so am I correct in thinking that I will get the status points for that?
Yes, if you have a BA (or AA or QF) flight number then you get the Status Bonus paid.
 

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manofham said:
Thanks all for you quick replies. Very helpful.

The Cathay flight has a BA flight number so am I correct in thinking that I will get the status points for that?
Yep! Status bonus applies as per the QFF T&C:
9.5.2 A Status Bonus will be applied for Eligible Flights with a Qantas, Jetstar, American Airlines® or British Airways flight number. The Status Bonus for Silver Members will be 25% of the Base Rate, 50% for Gold Members and 100% for Platinum Members.
 
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