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Earning Qantas points and status credits on Emirates flights

Earning Qantas points and status credits on Emirates flights

This simple trick lets you maximise your Qantas frequent flyer points and status credits.

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The Qantas-Emirates partnership not only adds a score of new routes and one-stop flights via Dubai into Europe and the UK, it also letsQantas Frequent Flyersearn points and status credits when travelling with Emirates.

But theres a catch and its abigone.

Depending on something as simple as the two letters which appear before yourEmiratesflight number, you could either be earning a full-sized serve of Qantas points and status credits orless than half as many pointsandnostatus credits.

Heres what you need to know before booking your next Emirates flight to Dubai or beyond.

Central to the Qantas-Emirates alliance is a codeshare agreement, which in plain English means that Emirates flights can carry aQantasflight number one that starts with the lettersQF in addition to Emirates ownEKflight number.

For example, the evening Emirates flight EK413 from Sydney to Dubaialsocarries the Qantas flight number of QF8413 (Qantas flight numbers in the 8xxx series are all codeshares).

Travellers can book onto this Emirates flight under either the EK or QF code: the former via the Emirates website, the later at the Qantas website, or both through a travel agent.

Its the exact same flight, same price, same service, sameeverything with the exception of how many Qantas points and status credits youll earn if you list your Qantas Frequent Flyer number against the booking.

Heres a practical example: booking anEmirates business class flightfrom Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane to anywhere inwhat Qantas terms as Western Europe(a dozen countries, including the UK) under the native EK flight numbers and listing your QFF membership number will earn a flat rate of 13,125 Qantas points inbusiness class.

However, you can forget about any pocketinganystatus credits, as the Emirates partnership is one where no Qantas status credits are earned on the Gulf carriers own marketed flights, unlike other Qantas partners such as Cathay Pacific and Qatar Airways.

(You can check with Qantas partner airlines have the option to earn status credits byvisiting the Qantas partners pageand using the Filter Partners drop-down menu to select Earn Status Credits for the category of Flights.)

But if you booked that same Emirates trip through Qantas with those QF8xxx flight numbers, youll earn the same number of points and status credits as if this was actually a Qantas flight.

This includes a hefty serve of 295 status credits for a one-way flight in business class, plus a substantially higher number of points than if your ticket carried that EK flight number and instead of a flat rate of points, the status bonus also applies.

So for a one-way Emirates standard business class flight from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane to say London or Paris, but booked through Qantas with QF8xxx flight numbers, youd earn anywhere from 20,150 Qantas points as a Qantas Bronze frequent flyer to 29,450 points for Qantas Gold and 32,550 at the Qantas Platinum tier.

Compare that to just 13,125 Qantas points on the same Emirates trip under the EK flight number and you can appreciate why savvy Qantas Frequent Flyers make sure they look for and book that QF8xxx flight.

if you book through QF you wont get the emirates limo service too and from the airport anymore

Thats because when you have QF 8xxxx series codeshare flight number, you are technically a Qantas passenger on a Qantas flight albeit actually operated by an Emirates aircraft and Qantas does not offer the limo service (they cancelled this back in April 2020).

Also, its not always the same price. I have found situations returning from Europe where the EK flight number was cheaper than the QF one on the same date and flight.

Lately, I find trying to find Emirates flights, with QF8XXX, is almost impossible on Qantas website. (I dont even think Emirates website will sell QF8XXXVery few, if any. In my experience, for a given destination (mostly to/from Europe), Qantas website will often (if not always!) sell (1) the QF1/2 flight to London as a transit point before reaching your final destination, so no Dubai as a stopover, hence EK flights.; or (2) the stupidly-long-and-expensive ultra-long-haul direct PER-LHR flights, again, with London as your stopover point before reaching your final destination. Even if Emirates DO FLY to those final destination (e.g. Madrid).

So, while in theory you can always book QF-flight number on EK metal, you probably have to go through a travel agent to do so? I have vested interest in this because I want to use my $ 400 Amex travel credit for my next vacation to Europe :-), which si only redeemable on QF flights.

Btw, I am not convinced that the prices will are always the same for the same flight(s).

It should also be noted that not all EK flights have a QF codeshare (ie Dubai to/from Saudi Arabia) - and as pointed above there can be substantial fare differences between the EK flight and the QF codeshare, with generally the QF codeshare showing a higher fare than EK

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