Want to redeem your Qantas Frequent Flyer points to fly to the USA in First class? This could be your opportunity! First class award availability on Qantas flights QF7 and QF8 between Sydney and Dallas/Fort Worth is surprisingly open at the moment. We've found Classic Flight Reward seats available in First class throughout 2020, with seats available even during the July and … [Read more...]
Award Availability is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. The ongoing challenge is to find an award ticket on the flight you want and when you want it.
Promotions, such as the Qantas double status credits offer tends to reduce award availability.
When redeeming Velocity Frequent Flyer points for Virgin Australia flights, you'll need to pay a "carrier charge" in addition to the points required for a reward seat. This surcharge was initially introduced from 1 January 2019, and was recently increased on 8 January 2020. In addition to Virgin Australia flights, Velocity carrier charges are added to Delta reward seat … [Read more...]
Located around 600km off the coast of New South Wales, Lord Howe Island is a terrific and unique holiday destination. As well as great snorkelling and hiking, this idyllic island offers a relaxing place to unwind. Flights from Sydney, Brisbane and Port Macquarie to Lord Howe Island with QantasLink are usually very expensive. This is why redeeming Qantas points to fly to Lord … [Read more...]
It's now possible to redeem Qantas Frequent Flyer points for Air France and KLM flights across the two airlines' entire networks. The new Air France/KLM partnership is great news for Qantas members as it opens up some unique new opportunities to use points. Air France, based in Paris, and Amsterdam-based KLM both fly to many destinations across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, … [Read more...]
Virgin Australia's flights from Brisbane to Tokyo went on sale today, and there are even some Velocity reward seats available on the new route. The new Virgin flights to Japan will operate daily to Haneda Airport from 29 March 2020. The flights will be operated by Virgin's Airbus A330, which features 255 Economy and 20 lie-flat Business class seats. (Read more: The … [Read more...]