Frequent flyer News
Some domestic flyers will soon net fewer Qantas Points and status credits, with more points needed for some flight upgrades.
A little-known program puts Velocity Frequent Flyers on the fast track to Qantas Gold status.
Virgin Australia has removed a raft of benefits enjoyed by Velocity Frequent Flyer members when travelling with partner airlin...
Through Qantas Hotels, it's possible to quadruple-dip on points: here's how to maximise your rewards with every hotel stay.
Points would be bought and sold like stocks or commodities, says the New York-based financial colossus.
Citibank Rewards, Diners Club Rewards & Suncorp Rewards members can again earn Velocity Points, with AMEX Velocity cards back too.
Australia’s two biggest banks bring back Virgin Australia Velocity credit card points, following earlier moves from AMEX and NAB.
Qantas is closing down its dedicated Special Service Team for top frequent flyers.
Regional Express will challenge Qantas and Virgin in a loyalty dogfight after it launches capital city flights.
After your gratis year of status has passed, it'll be easier to keep it for another year: plus, earn Elite miles via credit cards.
If you can't fly, that doesn't mean you can't boost your Qantas frequent flyer points for when your travel opportunities return.
Whether you're normally a frequent flyer or a frequent buyer, Singapore Airlines' KrisFlyer scheme is your ticket to rewards.
Even if you can't fly Qantas, there are plenty of ways to keep your hard-earned Qantas Points from expiring...
Qantas Frequent Flyer members can earn points both in the air and on the ground, and enjoy perks as they climb the status ladder.
Aussie travellers may wish elements of Air Canada's Aeroplan revamp would arrive at Qantas and Virgin's Velocity Frequent Flyer.
Air Canada's all-new Aeroplan loyalty scheme launches November 8 - here's what's in store.
You’ll soon be able to use your Qantas Points for a business class – or even first class – upgrade on any Oneworld airline.
Earning status credits on the ground at BP and Woolworths could soon become a standing feature of Qantas Frequent Flyer.