Discussion in 'Qantas Frequent Flyer Program' started by Keith009, Mar 6, 2005.

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  1. Keith009

    Keith009 Established Member

    Mar 6, 2005
    Brisbane / Sydney
    I am in need of some much needed advice.

    I am travelling to London in July, 3rd July MEL-LHR on QF9, returning 22nd July on QF388.

    QF388 happens to be a codeshared service operated by British Airways. I am travelling in discount economy. According to the terms of the QF Frequent Flyer program, I only earn 25% of the normal base miles (and i'm sure - status credits) on BA flights.

    I was wondering if this applies on BA flights with a QF flight number?

    Many thanks,

  2. markis10

    markis10 Veteran Member

    Nov 25, 2004
    BNE & SYD
    So long as you have a QF flight number on your ticket the base rate is 1, not 0.25. One of the few benefits of codeshare.
  3. Keith009

    Keith009 Established Member

    Mar 6, 2005
    Brisbane / Sydney
    Coolness! Thanks for that.

    What about the '4 Qantas flights' requirement to qualify for tier status though? Does QF388 count?
  4. oz_mark

    oz_mark Enthusiast

    Jun 30, 2002
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    While I know this is an official rule, anecdotal evidence suggests that it is not enforced. Of course YMMV.

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