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The Qantas Points Planes are dedicated flights exclusively reserved for Qantas Frequent Flyers, where every single seat is a Classic Flight Reward and can only be booked with Qantas Points. 

Los Angeles

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Join the final flight for one of our 'Queen of the Skies'

After 20 years of flying our Boeing 747 “Lord Howe Island” (VH-OJU) will be making its final flight from Sydney to Los Angeles on 13 October 2019.

Qantas Frequent Flyers can secure a seat using Qantas Points. If you don't have enough points, fly economy one way from A$499.

Flight information

Final flight for VH-OJU

From Sydney (SYD)
To Los Angeles (LAX)
Flight number QF99 (B747)

Depart 13 October 2019 5pm (AEST)
Arrive 13 October 2019 12.50pm (PDT)

Points required (one way, per person)

Economy 41,900 points plus A$205~
Premium Economy 72,000 points plus A$405~
Business SOLD OUT

Not departing from Sydney? Use points to book a connecting domestic flight to the Points Plane.

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~ Qantas Points and taxes, fees and carrier changes quoted for Classic Flight Rewards are accurate as at 26 August 2019 and are subject to change.

How to book a seat on the Points Plane


 

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Enter departure and arrival cities, dates and passengers, and select 'Use Points' to search for the Points Plane flight you wish to book.

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Ensure you have selected the correct Points Plane flight. Refer to the flight numbers for Tokyo and Los Angeles as  shown on this page.

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Book your Classic Flight Reward seat using Qantas Points.

Tokyo

Final boarding call for the inaugural Points Plane.

Fly direct from Melbourne to Tokyo - or on a connecting flight from Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra and Hobart via Melbourne for the same amount of points!

Flight information

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Points required (one way, per person)

Economy 31,500 points plus A$141
Premium Economy ONLY TWO SEATS LEFT
Business ONLY FOUR SEATS LEFT
First SOLD OUT


Not departing from Melbourne?
 Use points to book a connecting domestic flight to the Points Plane.

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~ Qantas Points and taxes, fees and carrier changes quoted for Classic Flight Rewards are accurate as at 7 August 2019 and are subject to change.

Departure flight

From Melbourne (MEL)
To Tokyo, Narita (NRT)
Flight no: QF79 (A380)
Depart 21 October 2019 10.30am (AEST)
Arrive 21 October 2019 6.30pm (JST)

Return flight

From Tokyo, Narita (NRT)
To  Melbourne (MEL)
Flight no: QF80 (A330)
Depart 26 October 2019 8.05pm (JST)
Arrive 27 October 2019 8.35am (AEDT)

Need more points to secure your seat?

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Top up your Qantas Points

Are you a little short of the points required to get on the Points plane? Top-up points are extra points that you can purchase.

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Family points transfer

Do other family members have points you can use? Ask them to transfer them and you’ll receive instant points in your account.

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Important information

You must be a Qantas Frequent Flyer to earn and redeem Qantas Points. A joining fee may apply. Membership and points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program Terms and Conditions.

~ Flight available exclusively to Qantas Frequent Flyers to book using points on a Classic Flight Reward seat until midnight (AEST) 2 September 2019 unless sold out prior. Classic Flight Rewards are available on Qantas, Jetstar and partner airlines. Seats are subject to capacity controls, availability is limited, and some flights may not have any Classic Flight Rewards available. Taxes, fees and carrier charges are payable to Qantas (excluding any amounts payable to third parties at the airport) in addition to the points required. Status Credits and Qantas Points will not be earned on Classic Flight Rewards. For more information, visit Classic Flight Rewards.

> All flights departing Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra or Hobart via Sydney to Los Angeles (LAX) a) must be booked on a Classic Flight Reward b) the domestic flight must be within 24 hours of the Points Plane flight departing Sydney to be considered a single trip. If the domestic flight is not within 24 hours of the Points Plane flight departing Sydney, the points amount for the domestic flight will be considered a separate flight and the member will be required to use additional points for the connecting domestic sector. Taxes, fees and carrier charges will differ for each flight from Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra or Hobart via Sydney to Los Angeles (LAX), please check these details when making your booking. 

* Flights available for booking until 21 October 2019 unless sold our prior. Classic Flight Rewards are available on Qantas, Jetstar and partner airlines. Seats are subject to capacity controls, availability is limited, and some flights may not have any Classic Flight Rewards available. Taxes, fees and carrier charges are payable to Qantas (excluding any amounts payable to third parties at the airport) in addition to the points required. Status Credits and Qantas Points will not be earned on Classic Flight Rewards. For more information, visit Classic Flight Rewards.

# All flights departing or returning to Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra or Hobart via Melbourne to Tokyo a) must be booked on a classic flight reward b) the domestic flight must be within 24 hours of flight departing or returning to Melbourne to be considered a single trip.  If the domestic flight is not within 24 hours of the Points Plane flight departing or returning to Melbourne the points amount for the domestic flight will be considered a separate flight and the member will be required to use additional points of the connecting domestic sector. Taxes, fees and carrier charges will differ for each flight to/from Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra and Hobart via Melbourne to Tokyo, please check these details when making your booking.

^ Transfers cannot be reversed or cancelled and do not count as activity on your account, or the account you transfer points to, for the purpose of preventing your points from expiring. Points that are transferred to a family member will be subject to the points expiry date that currently applies to the receiving family member's Qantas Frequent Flyer account. If the family member receiving the points has been inactive for an extended period, it is possible for the transferred points to expire at the end of the calendar month in which the transfer is made.