What was the first public Velocity membership number issued?

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dajop said:
My Velocity number is 210066xx_x.

However, interesting that this time last year (almost to the day), I registered for a "Blue Flyer" ID, and my "Blue Flyer" number was 210048xx_x.

Hi dajop,
U sure your BlueFlyer number is 210048xx_x and not 200048xx_x. ??
 
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Skyring said:
My wife joined in October 2004 with number 4811***
And I joined in January 2005 with number 4909***

Pete, half a million strong

My daughter Joined 24Nov05 and her number is 5180***
 
robertz said:
Hi dajop,
U sure your BlueFlyer number is 210048xx_x and not 200048xx_x. ??


Definitely 210048xx_x, still have the orginal email. Also when I made a DJ booking recently, my TA rang to put Velocity No in booking and DJ asked her which one as I had two numbers! Me thinks that BlueFlyer was something that never took off, so to speak.
 
JohnK said:
Anyone know how many QFF members? I joined 30 months ago and got number 4,***,***.

There are approx. 4.3 million members of the QFF programme.

JOBU
 
Jobu said:
There are approx. 4.3 million members of the QFF programme.
Where did you get this information? Is it readily available to the public?
 
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You cant judge how many members based on your own (or partner/friend/colleague/etc) QFF number. Not all numbers have been used, some will have been issued and subsequently cancelled etc.

IIRC the number was reported last year to be over 5 million - I recall commenting how I expected more given there is more than 1 million NZ Airpoints members and the respective sizes of countries and global reach of the airlines.
 
JohnK said:
Jobu said:
There are approx. 4.3 million members of the QFF programme.
Where did you get this information? Is it readily available to the public?

I refer you to page 12 of the Qantas 2005 Annual Report.

The Qantas Frequent Flyer program, one of the most popular loyalty programs in the region, grew by eight per cent to 4.3 million members worldwide. A range of changes were introduced during the year, aimed at providing members with increased flexibility while continuing to offer a viable and competitive Frequent Flyer program that rewards our most frequent travellers.

Continuing investment in qantas.com is helping Qantas meet the growing demand from customers for online self-service. Improvements during the year included:
- better online Frequent Flyer services for customers managing their points, making bookings and updating their account details;
- an expanded online fare range that now includes all fares on all flights;
- an improved search function allowing customers to search one week at a time for the best fare; and
- the introduction of simpler fare rules and better fare displays for international bookings.

JOBU
 
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