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Qantas announces Points Plane

NEWS 2019-05-15 07:00 UTC

Qantas has announced a “points plane.” The flight can only be booked with Qantas Frequent Flier Points.

The first Qantas points plane will be an A380 flying Melbourne to Tokyo on 21 October, with seat bookings opening 7:00am AEST 16 May. The flight will have 14 first class, 64 Business, 35 Premium Economy and 371 Economy seats. Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum members will all have equal opportunity to get a booking on the flight. The flight will also have giveaways, a bespoke cocktail and meal service, and signature pyjamas.

The cost will be:

Economy 35,000 QFF Points plus $A182 in fees, taxes and surcharges

Premium Economy 54,000 QFF Points plus $A257

Business 72,000 QFF Points plus $A272

First Class 108,000 QFF Points plus $A272 (Points, taxes, fees, carrier charges are for Classic Rewards and are accurate as at 2 April 2019 according to Qantas).

The flight can be one way, or there will be an option to book an A330 return points plane on 26 October. Or a return flight can be made on alternate date by booking a Classic Reward seat with Qantas or a partner airline, or using Points Plus Pay on any commercially available seat.

CEO of Qantas Loyalty, Olivia Worth, said:

See full article on Airlive.net

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