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Qantas frequent flyer earnings on Malaysian Airlines

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Divemaster6

Member since 01 Mar 2017

Total posts 1

Hi all
Does anyone know if Qantas FF earn points and SC on Malaysian Airlines booking class Q?

henrus

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 23 Oct 2013

Total posts 768

No Q class does not. Below are the classes that do earn (taken from the Qantas website)

For flights between Maylasia and Australia/NZ/Europe the following classes will earn BHKLMVY (Discount Economy), ACDFIJZ (Flexible Economy)

(note that First and Business class earn at Flexible economy classes on flights between Maylasia and Australia/NZ/Europe)

on all other flights KLMV (Discount Economy), BH (Economy), Y (Flex Economy), CDIJZ (Business) and AF (First).


victort

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 14 Feb 2017

Total posts 77

It is the worst earning rate of all OW partnerships! 

nixjet

Member since 03 Jan 2013

Total posts 24

Which is a shame because the MH regional product is quite good, full service, always pushes back on time and generally have great crew.  Connections through KLIA intra-Asia are vast and convenient.  This is a Oneworld relationship Qantas and indeed Emirates should be exploiting much more instead of dumping people onto no-frills Jetstar for intra-Asian flights connecting through SIN.

TheRealBabushka

Member since 21 Apr 2012

Total posts 2,060

Which is a shame because the MH regional product is quite good, full service, always pushes back on time and generally have great crew.  Connections through KLIA intra-Asia are vast and convenient.  This is a Oneworld relationship Qantas and indeed Emirates should be exploiting much more instead of dumping people onto no-frills Jetstar for intra-Asian flights connecting through SIN.

It is certainly value for money, particularly in Business for elite status accrual purposes.

But I wouldn't go as far as saying the product is good. Crappy food and beverage - the KUL inflight caterers they use is rubbish. 737-800 that is past its prime - Cabin interiors look shabby. Yes the crew is consistently poised and  professional, but I would not fly MH and spend money in Business class if not for the OW alliance.

PJ_R

Member since 18 Jun 2018

Total posts 1

Flew to Malaysia last year, on Malaysian Airlines flight. No points credited, and no explanation from Qantas Frequent Flyer once I contacted them your an explanation. Painful

Jedi

Member since 04 May 2018

Total posts 15

Flew to Malaysia last year, on Malaysian Airlines flight. No points credited, and no explanation from Qantas Frequent Flyer once I contacted them your an explanation. Painful


I had no problems with my last two MH flights SC and points posted in 7 days
Last editedby Jedi at Jun 19, 2018, 09:30 AM.

Jedi

Member since 04 May 2018

Total posts 15

Which is a shame because the MH regional product is quite good, full service, always pushes back on time and generally have great crew. Connections through KLIA intra-Asia are vast and convenient. This is a Oneworld relationship Qantas and indeed Emirates should be exploiting much more instead of dumping people onto no-frills Jetstar for intra-Asian flights connecting through SIN.

It is certainly value for money, particularly in Business for elite status accrual purposes.

But I wouldn't go as far as saying the product is good. Crappy food and beverage - the KUL inflight caterers they use is rubbish. 737-800 that is past its prime - Cabin interiors look shabby. Yes the crew is consistently poised and professional, but I would not fly MH and spend money in Business class if not for the OW alliance.


Same goes for QF 738s

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