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    RobWillett
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    Get in quick folks, Qantass are about to announce an “improvement” to their program, as of May 08, double points required for their frauduent program and Still pay the world’s hghest fuel surcharges, trb and get a flight for your loyalty, what a joke they are


    LindsayW
    Participant

    These rumours have been discussed at length on various frequent flyer websites like Flyertalk (url=http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?s=&daysprune=&f=498) and Australian Frequent Flyer (url=http://www.frequentflyer.com.au/community/qantas-frequent-flyer/).

    Many of us now use AAdvantage as they have a better earn and burn rate than QF. There’s always the easy way to elite status on AA with the Gold or Platinum Challenge – see the Wikipedia page on this:

    Of course, it’s much easier to achieve QF Platinum (oneworld emerald) than AA Executive Platinum.

    With the fuel surcharges, easy, don’t book through QF – use AA (either online or over the phone) to buy your tickets, as they aren’t bound to charge the surcharges and fuel “fines” [as we call them]. I have saved quite a deal of money using this method.

    Edited to add: This story on Channel 7’s morning breakfast program might answer some of your questions about the QFF scheme. The video highlights Clifford Reichlin, the owner of http://www.frequentflyer.com.au)

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