Qantas makes its biggest frequent flyer point overhaul ever so what does it ...

Qantas completely overhauls it’s frequent flyer program – with one million extra rewards seat - so what does it mean for YOU? Airline Qantas is going to announce major changes to its frequent flyer program Chief executive Alan Joyce is unveiling the biggest program overhaul in 32 years Qantas last month announced a first-ever flight paid for by frequent flyer points 

By Stephen Johnson For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:11 BST, 20 June 2019 | Updated: 02:11 BST, 20 June 2019


Qantas has announced the biggest overhaul of its frequent flyer program in 32 years.

Chief executive Alan Joyce and head of the airline's loyalty division Olivia Wirth unveiled a series of changes on Thursday that will see Qantas's 13million frequent flyers members pay 'significantly less' for international flights, access more seats and earn more points even while they sleep.

Australia's national carrier already allows its loyal customers to earn points by paying off their mobile or energy bills or contribute to their superannuation.

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