National Jet to Cocos Islands

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  1. FF Wannabe

    FF Wannabe Junior Member

    Dec 23, 2005
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    Does anyone know if you can use Qantas points to fly from Perth to the Cocos (Keeling) islands or if you can earn points on this route? If so how many will I need to use or how many can I earn?
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  2. serfty

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    I believe you can, as National Jet Systems are a QF partner but award availability is generally scarce. Also you will need to call QFF directly as you can't do it over the QF web site. These bookings will incur an Assisted Award Booking Fee.
     
  3. FF Wannabe

    FF Wannabe Junior Member

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    I have now successfully booked 2 award seats to the Cocos Islands and needed to share my excitement over the fact that the cheapest paid tix are over $1000 each but by using points it only costs 36000 points plus the 2500 assisted booking fee. To me this is good value!!!!!!!!!!
     
  4. Kiwi Flyer

    Kiwi Flyer Senior Member

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    Congrats - that is good value
     
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