No change to the level, but the amount of SCs earnt in most cases increases or stays the same. Therefore easy to (re)qualify.danielh said:I actually thought there was no change pre and post 25th May to how many Status credits you need for the various levels.
You mean if too many people keep spending money with QF?knoxd said:Well i was speaking to a guy on the QC 13-number and he was hinting that there might be some changes alittle down the road if too many people were making gold and plat with the SC scheme.
Well der.... QF usually have about 12-18 months between changes to the scheme, so something has to be on the cards. They will wait until DJ's scheme comes out and then bang ... there will go some more of the program. Although, I do think, they should have some exclusive benefits for those pax who have earned their status primarily through travel on QF.knoxd said:he was hinting that there might be some changes alittle down the road if too many people were making gold and plat with the SC scheme.
Rubbish - domestically, fully flexible AND Flexi-Saver get full-Y SC's - s (just as an example) SYD-MEL in discount Y get 10 SC's, K class gets 20 SC's, just like a Y, B or H fare.danielh said:I would have liked to earn more status points for Fully Flexible tickets in domestic econ. Apart from the flexibility of the ticket, there really isn't much else incentive to get it.
No, I'm just saying that if a Fully Flex econ flight costs about $800 (MEL-SYD Return) and a Flexible, non-discounted return flight costs $600 (not too sure about this price), and the fully discounted one costs between $100-200 then I'd like to see a small creep in status (or small bonus) for the 'top-tier' class.thadocta said:Rubbish - domestically, fully flexible AND Flexi-Saver get full-Y SC's - s (just as an example) SYD-MEL in discount Y get 10 SC's, K class gets 20 SC's, just like a Y, B or H fare.
(Should apply internatonally as well, but it doesn't).
And NZ domestic too :evil:thadocta said:It is on International that it needs to be fine-tuned (actually, massively adjusted) to reflect the commercial reality that NOBODY flies in Y and that corporates flying in B, H, K are paying quite a lot of $$$$$ and should get SC's to match this.