Qantas (2)It didn’t take Qantas, Australia’s leading carrier, long to follow Delta’s lead when it comes to earning points. Starting July 1, 2014 they’re changing the way you earn Qantas Points and Status credits on Qantas and Jetstar. It will soon be based on the fare you pay and the route you travel, rather than on the distance you fly. Here are the complete details and below is the email they sent to their Frequent Fliers just a few minutes ago. 

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1 Comment On "Qantas and Jetstar Airlines are changing the way you earn Qantas Points and Status credits when you fly"
  1. Anonymous|

    We all know Qantarse is reducing their reward offer. Same screw over as always. Who would have thought Virgin is the australian premium airline as joyce drives downthe brand

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