Qantas Frequent Flyer anniversary date (actually, time)

4 replies

siowen

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 31 Jul 2018

Total posts 15

Just wondering if anyone knows if QFF membership anniversaries go off AEST, GMT, or location relevant to you? For example- membership expires 31st May (therefore starting fresh on status credits 1st June). If I took a 22:30pm flight from Perth on 31st May (12:30am 1st June AEST) would the status credits be in my next frequent flyer year or not? Hope this makes sense...

Cheers.

Chris Chamberlin

Member since 24 Apr 2012

Total posts 1,091

All flights taken are based on their local scheduled departure date from the departure port.

jubsie

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 05 May 2017

Total posts 11

Points are usually posted/awarded after the flight however, sometimes a couple of days after. I reckon you'd see them in your next anniversary year..

mannej

QF

Member since 21 May 2014

Total posts 169

Points are usually posted/awarded after the flight however, sometimes a couple of days after. I reckon you'd see them in your next anniversary year..

Whilst they may physically appear in the new anniversary year, the flights will be backdated to appear in the year they were flown.

brinkers

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 16 Jun 2011

Total posts 224

If you look in your Frequent Flyer activity, the date they recognise flights as having occurred is shown in the description of the activity.

The new system seems to immediately expire any status credits that post when the flight was from your previous membership year.

Hi Guest, join in the discussion on Qantas Frequent Flyer anniversary date (actually, time)

Attach Files