- May 1, 2009
It’s also an easy way for them to create the perception that they’re delivering on the (non-specific) promise of more rewards seats announced as part of the recent overhaul.The person at QF who thought up this points plane concept has really earned their bonus this year. The concept is getting quite the run.
Actually seems to be quite a few premium seats available to purchase with points.No premium seats - but for anyone looking for more than 2 seats, may work as any Y seat on the plane can be a classic reward, not just a small limited number. And a fair few dates to play with.
#busted...I'm not convinced that *every* seat is available for booking using Qantas points. I just did a quick search and there are *no* Business seats showing as available from Cairns to Osaka. Yet, Expert Flyer shows that there are plenty of seats available for sale as commercial seats.
how true !!.......... give both cash AND points to get a Jetstar seat!! NAHhhRather save the points to fly Cathay Pacific to US or Malaysia Airlines to London!