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The Frequent Flyer Gazette

Friday, 2 October 2020

How to Use a Qantas 747 Bar Cart
Qantas has started delivering over 1,000 pre-loved Boeing 747 bar carts to lucky customers across Australia.
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Qantas Quietly Ends Price Promise
Qantas has quietly quashed the “Price Promise” designed to encourage customers to book flights & hotels directly on the airline’s website. Since 2011, Qantas has offered to match lower airfare prices found on third-party booking websites more...
 
Join Cashrewards for Free & Get a $10 Bonus  
Did you know that Cashrewards members can save 5% on all purchases from Woolworths, Big W and Dan Murphy’s, and get cash back with over 1,000 retailers including Amazon, eBay, Myer, BWS and Booking.com? But wait, it gets better. more...  
 
 
Become an AFF Supporter
 
Australian Frequent Flyer membership comes with many exciting benefits! In addition to full participation on our online forums, all members enjoy free use of AFF Flight Tracker.

But you'll receive many more benefits when you upgrade your membership! AFF SILVER members enjoy an advertisement-free viewing experience and enhanced functionality, such as the ability to add a signature to posts. In addition, AFF GOLD members receive discounts on travel products and a special "AFF Supporter" banner beside their posts.

By upgrading your membership, you'll also be supporting the ongoing work of AFF including the Frequent Flyer Gazette, our podcasts and the work of our forum moderation team. AFF has been an Australian business since 1998 and it's only thanks to our supporters that we can continue to be Australia's leading frequent flyer community and a strong advocate for Australian travellers!
 
 

Air New Zealand Extends Status for a Second Year
Having already extended the status of its frequent flyers by 12 months, Air New Zealand is now extending the status of all Airpoints members for another year.
 
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Southern Lights Flight on a Chartered Qantas 787
A chartered Qantas 787 will operate the inaugural "Southern Lights Flight" from Melbourne to a latitude of 65 degrees south on 25 September 2021.
 
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Upcoming Changes & Expiring Deals
 
05 Oct
Norfolk Island Introducing $25 Entry Pass Fee
 
09 Oct
Northern Territory Reopening Border to Sydneysiders
 
24 Oct
30% Off Virgin Australia Business Class Rewards & Upgrades
 

 
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