You must be a Qantas Frequent Flyer to earn and use Qantas Points. A joining fee may apply. Membership and points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program Terms and Conditions.
Disclaimer: 1. Classic Flight Rewards, where available, can be booked on Qantas, Jetstar and partner airlines. Classic Flight Reward seats are subject to capacity controls and availability is limited. The number of seats available depends on the flight, date, season and destination and some flights may not have any Classic Flight Rewards available. Taxes, fees and carrier charges are payable by an Accepted Payment Card in addition to the Qantas Points required on Classic Flight Rewards. These are quoted at the time of booking and are subject to change. See Classic Flight Rewards section for more details. Preferential access will be provided, when available, to selected Qantas Classic Flight Reward seats for Silver, Gold and Platinum members. On selected flights, preferential access provided to Gold and Platinum members may be above the access available to Silver and Bronze members. When seats are available, preferential access is provided at qantas.com and from Qantas Contact Centres and Qantas offices, excluding some international locations (Reward Assistance Fee applies to assisted bookings).
Disclaimer: 2. The Status Bonus is applied to the actual Qantas Points earned when travelling in the Economy cabin. For travel in premium cabins, the Status Bonus is applied to the Flexible Economy earn rate.
Disclaimer: 3. For the purposes of the Loyalty Bonus, the Status Credits earned must be from eligible Qantas or Jetstar flights (JQ, 3K, GK and BL, for travel on BL until 28 July 2020) within a single membership year. Loyalty Bonus can be earned up to four times each membership year, to a maximum Loyalty Bonus of 32,000 Qantas Points or 200 Status Credits. If selected, Loyalty Bonus Qantas Points do not count towards attaining or retaining Points Club or Points Club Plus, or unlocking the Points Club Milestone Bonus Reward. If selected before 31 December 2021, Loyalty Bonus Status Credits do count towards reaching and keeping Platinum One status. The Loyalty Bonus reward must be selected within 90 days from the date a member achieves the Loyalty Bonus. Once selected the reward cannot be changed.
Disclaimer: 4. Classic Upgrade Reward registrations are prioritised according to your Qantas Frequent Flyer membership level: Platinum One first, then Platinum, followed by Gold, Silver and then Bronze, in that order.
Disclaimer: 5. Classic Upgrade Rewards are available on Classic Flight Rewards in Economy and Premium Economy and eligible paid and confirmed Qantas operated domestic and international flights, with a Qantas (QF) flight number on your ticket and from time to time on codeshare flights operated by another carrier with a QF flight number on your ticket. Not available on selected airfares, see Classic Upgrade Rewards for details.
Disclaimer: 6. You can select your seat on Qantas operated international flights QF1-199 and Qantas domestic flights QF400-1349 (excluding QantasLink services). On QantasLink services you can request a preference for an aisle or window seat. Seat selection cannot be guaranteed as seats may need to be changed for operational, safety or security reasons, even after boarding the aircraft. For more information, visit qantas.com/seatselection or view full Terms and Conditions.
Disclaimer: 7. Priority boarding is available for Gold, Platinum and Platinum One Frequent Flyer members and Emerald oneworld members for Qantas operated domestic flights in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney and on selected Qantas operated international flights with a QF flight number on your ticket.
Disclaimer: 9. Qantas marketed flights are flights with a Qantas (QF) flight number on the ticket.
Disclaimer: 10. Jetstar Group airline refers to Jetstar Airways (JQ), Jetstar Asia (3K) and Jetstar Japan (GK).
Disclaimer: 11. Emirates marketed flights are flights with an Emirates (EK) flight number on the ticket.
Disclaimer: 12. A oneworld marketed flight refers to a flight with a oneworld flight number, eg QF1 or AA222. A oneworld member airline operated flight refers to the actual aircraft or 'metal' on which you fly, eg Finnair aircraft. For information on oneworld, visit www.oneworld.comOpens external site.
Disclaimer: 13. Lounge access eligibility is based on a customer's class of travel, Qantas Club membership, Qantas Frequent Flyer, Emirates or oneworld® membership tier, or flight number. Access to Qantas lounges is subject to the terms and conditions of the Qantas Club. Arrivals: Platinum and Platinum One Qantas Frequent Flyer members can access a Qantas Domestic Business or Qantas Club lounges upon arrival, if you have travelled that day on any flight with a Qantas (QF), Jetstar Airline (JQ, 3K or GK), Emirates (EK), China Eastern (MU) or a oneworld member airline marketed and operated flight number on your ticket. Departures: Eligible customers can access a Qantas Club lounge in their departure port, when their next onward flight on the same day is with a Qantas (QF) or Jetstar (JQ, 3K or GK) flight number on their ticket. Customers who are travelling in Business or First, are Platinum, Platinum One Qantas Frequent Flyers or oneworld Emerald membership tiers, can also access eligible Qantas Domestic Business lounges. Temporary measures have been put in place such as lounge capacity restrictions, physical distancing requirements, changes to our food and beverage service offerings, and lounge operating hours. Qantas International First, International Business, Partner and Associated lounge access remains closed until further notice. Please be advised that lounges are subject to capacity at the time of your visit and remember to check our airport service changes page for the most up-to-date information on lounge openings and updates.
Disclaimer: 14. oneworld benefits are available only to passengers on scheduled flights that are both marketed and operated by a oneworld member airline. (A oneworld marketed flight refers to a flight with a oneworld flight number, eg QF1 or AA222. A oneworld member airline operated flight refers to the actual aircraft or 'metal' on which you fly, eg Finnair aircraft.) Access to preferred or pre-reserved seating is in accordance with the individual policy of the oneworld member airline operating the flight. First and business class check-in desks and lounges are not available at all airports. For information on oneworld, visit www.oneworld.comOpens external site in a new window.