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Australian award space

Australian award space

  1. Anonymous

    How can I get award space/seats on an Australian airline such as Qantas or Virgin???

  2. No Name

    Qantas is part of Oneworld so can be booked true all Oneworld airlines including airlines like American, British Airways and JAL, they are also a partner of Alaska airlines and can be booked from Alaska award program.

    Virgin Australia is a partner with a number of different airlines see link.
    [URL]http://www.virginaustralia.com/au/en/experience/airline-partners/[/URL]

  3. MidSouthSkier

    Keep in mind that Qantas and BA open their award calendars some ~10 days before AA does. And Qantas (QF) is extremely stingy with award seats in premium cabins anyway. If you need multiple premium award seats you can just about forget it on a Qantas flight. But if you can time it right and use the correct currency, QF F is terrific.

    If you’re going to fly business class, [URL=’http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2015/11/13/american-sydney-amenities/’]Lucky actually believes that AA’s business class is better than Qantas[/URL] as he posted today.

    Either way you’re going to want to book as soon as the schedule opens. If you can be flexible with your dates that will help a great deal too.

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