My reading:How does this fit in then I quote
"It's time for a 2020 Qantas Double Status Credit offer! Book and pay for a new reservation by 25 February 2020 and earn double Qantas Status Credits on eligible flights. The offer is valid on Qantas operated flights with a QF flight number, for travel from 28 February 2020 - 14 February 2021. There is no restriction on which airline issues the tickets, meaning partner airfares which include QF operated QF flight numbers are also eligible.
Book an international business class flight to fast track your way to a higher Qantas status tier. Contact our Airfare Consultants to book your flights and make the most of this offer."
It is as clear as mud to me.
I thought it was clear enough that only QF-coded flights on QF metal were eligible - no matter where you purchased the ticket (as long as you had registered for the DSCs, of course).My reading:
They mean who issues the tickets - be it AY, BA, QF, a travel agent or whoever... but the eligible flights are still only QF operated/QF number. And also if you have a RTW fare with other airlines but QF sectors those QF sectors will be eligible.
There is no conflict... despite the slightly misleading text IMO
There’s nothing I can see in the offer terms that’s different to previous DSC offers.I have no need to utilise this but my brother is certainly wanting to. He asked me whether GVs will be OK (purchased and used in the respective windows, of course).
I couldn't answer that with certainty.
Yes.Do double status credits include Sunstate, Eastern etc (regional) who operate under the QF Link brand?
Well I agree, but the question was asked....I thought it was clear enough that only QF-coded flights on QF metal were eligible - no matter where you purchased the ticket (as long as you had registered for the DSCs, of course).