Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 21 Jan 2017
Total posts 43
as a va platinum with more than 500k pts, i will no longer actively accumulate VA points.
Member since 29 May 2013
Total posts 44
I was heading back to gold this year until covid hit and travel took a dive. Currently have more than 700k points plus Flybuys and credit card points to add in. Will hold off on transferring them all across until we know more about Bain's plans. Hopefully we will still be able to use VFF points with Singapore and Etihad when things start returning to normal as was planning a big trip to Europe 2022 or 2023.
Member since 20 May 2019
Total posts 1
Having been a Platinum member for 10+ years, without much interaction with Velocity, I'm out and have cashed in all my points.
What a shame, I enjoyed flying with VA, it will never be the same.
Having said that flying will never be the same again.
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 02 Feb 2015
Total posts 18
I’m at the emergancy exit door . I’m double platinum and wifey is platinum . We do Melb-Perth weekly and she would do Perth-Syd-Canberra . We loved the -A330 airbus business class . Now .... moved heaps of points to SIA KrisFlyer when the rumours started - just cashed in 800,000 points for vouchers . I have a feeling the end product won’t be good . So , standing at the emergancy door with the wife , hoping we see value in the cabin . If not long term we will go QANTAS . Shame really . I still hope virgin survives .....
Thai Airways International - Royal Orchid Plus
Member since 15 Jan 2013
Total posts 70
i am only a basic meber but due to being on middle income i stay with virgin except as a very last resort or i really need those american airlines aadvantage miles then i go qantas.
i am only a basic member but due to being on middle income i stay with virgin except as a very last resort or i really need those american airlines aadvantage miles then i go qantas.
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