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Comoman

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I'm on a QF flight # operated by Network Aviation from Perth next week. Any idea if this flight will earn the ~ status credits? It's not a charter but a scheduled Perth - Learmouth.

I need the 4 x ~. QF website T&C's says only Qantas, Qantaslink and Jetstar earn the ~ but hopefully it's out of date.

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I'm on a QF flight # operated by Network Aviation from Perth next week. Any idea if this flight will earn the ~ status credits? It's not a charter but a scheduled Perth - Learmouth.

I need the 4 x ~. QF website T&C's says only Qantas, Qantaslink and Jetstar earn the ~ but hopefully it's out of date.

Thanks

QF Flight number = SC's unless it is a Classic award or doesn't fit into the right fare bucket if operated by JQ.

You should be ok.
 

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I would lean towards you getting the SCs, especially if it is designated as QF.

In any event, please re-post and let us know after the flights.
 

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Network Aviation owned by Qantas. Expect you will get the SC's as QF coded flight

Our Company | Network AviationNetwork Aviation
Network Aviation is a Western Australian based, wholly owned subsidiary of Qantas Airways.

From Network Aviation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In February 2011, Network Aviation was purchased by Qantas.Network retains its current management, employees and operating structure, with the business to be aligned with Qantas' operations, standards and processes. With the purchase, Qantas stated it is looking at significantly growing Network's fleet and operations.
In February 2011 Qantas announced that it was purchasing 10 Fokker 100 aircraft for its Network Aviation operation.
In May 2014 Network Aviation received approval to operate three weekly services from Perth to Learmonth with Fokker 100s.

From Cookies must be enabled. | The Australian 30 May
QANTAS has received approval from the regulator for Perth-based unit Network Aviation to fly regular public transport services, a move Qantas says will improve its flexibility in Western Australia

Network will start three return flights a week using its Fokker 100 planes on the Perth-Learmonth route and is looking at possibly extending the service Paraburdoo. The F100s will be used in place of a Qantas Boeing 717, which in turn will be used to free up Boeing 737-800 aircraft
 

Comoman

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I need the squiggle SC's - ie need the 4 x squiggle SC's per year.

I will post the result when flown.
 
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