Latest news - Changes to the way you earn when you fly
For travel on or from 1 July 2014, the number of Qantas Points and Status credits you earn when you fly with Qantas and Jetstar Airlines has changed. The number of Qantas Points and Status credits you earn will be more closely aligned with the fare you pay, where you fly and the airline you choose to create a fairer program and to better recognise the value of your fare. There are also changes to Status credits earn with other partners. Find out more.
Latest news - Airline Partners
Fly with Qantas and over 35 partner airlines and their affiliates to more than 1,000 destinations worldwide and you could earn and use points on eligible fares and flights. To find out how to earn and use points with our partners, view the applicable airline partner page.
The Qantas and Emirates partnership
On 31 March 2013 Qantas and Emirates marked the official start of their historic partnership, with the first Qantas flights departing from Sydney and Melbourne to London via the international hub of Dubai.
The partnership marks a new era for Qantas and Emirates, and a seismic change for global aviation, as the two carriers collaborate to deliver the best network, lounges, frequent flyer benefits and travel experiences.
Latest News - oneworld
oneworld® is a global airline alliance that brings together 14 of the world's biggest and best airlines, all committed to providing world-class service and value. This includes a global route network covering more than 900 destinations in more than 150 countries.
- US Airways joined the oneworld alliance as an affiliate of American Airlines and the Qantas Frequent Flyer program on 31 March 2014.The new carrier adds even more U.S. destinations to the oneworld network including services to key US Airways' hubs in Charlotte, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington Reagan, as well as destinations throughout Canada and Mexico. And with more flights, as a Qantas Frequent Flyer member, you'll have more opportunity to earn and use Qantas Points. Find out more.
- Brazil's TAM Airlines joined the oneworld alliance on 31 March 2014. TAM operates to 60 destinations in 16 countries in Latin America, the USA and Europe, adding another 35 destinations to the oneworld map. Complementing Qantas' flights between Australia and Santiago, TAM's network and onward connections throughout South America provide Qantas Frequent Flyer members with even more opportunity to earn and use Qantas Points. Find out more.
- SriLankan Airlines is also set to join oneworld on 1 May 2014, adding one of Asia's fastest growing airlines to the alliance. Based in Colombo, SriLankan Airlines flies to 34 destinations in 22 countries across Asia, Europe and the Middle East, including oneworld hubs Hong Kong, London Heathrow, Kuala Lumpur, Moscow Domodedovo and Tokyo Narita, along with Bangkok and Singapore.
- On 30 October 2013, Qatar Airways joined oneworld and the Qantas Frequent Flyer Program and from this date members will be able to earn and redeem Qantas Points on eligible flights and fares. So, now there's now even more opportunity to earn and use Qantas Points. Find out more.
- On 1 October 2013, LAN Columbia, an affiliate on LAN Airlines, joined oneworld as an affiliate member. LAN Colombia serves 23 destinations in three countries adding 18 destinations in Colombia to the oneworld network. Find out more.