Qantas releases more reward seats to Hawaii

Qantas_Airways_Limited_logo.svgQantas releases more reward seats to Hawaii

 Qantas Frequent Flyers now have more opportunities to use their Qantas Points on redemption seats for flights between Sydney and Hawaii (Honolulu).

 From August, Qantas has put the larger Boeing 747 aircraft on the route, replacing the Airbus A330 aircraft which currently flies between the two cities.

 This means there are additional redemption seats available for booking.

 Between Sydney and Honolulu there are currently 1,900 Economy, 370 Premium Economy and 200 Business redemption seats available to book as Classic Flight Rewards in each direction between 20 August 2018 and 15 April 2019: that’s an average of 55 redemption seats per week in each direction for Economy, 11 for Premium Economy and six per week in the Business cabin.


 There is also good availability of Economy redemption seats on flights to the United States and London between September and November 2018.

o Los Angeles has over 10,500 Economy redemption seats available, or 800 per week o San Francisco and Dallas both have close to 5,000 Economy redemption seats available, or 350 per week

o Sydney/Perth to London has over 3,000 Economy redemption seats available, or 250 per week

o London to Sydney/Perth has over 1,500 Economy redemption seats available, or 120
per week

 Availability is current as at 8 August 2018 and only available on selected flights.

Comments – to be attributed to Qantas spokesperson

“We know our customers love using their Qantas Points to book flights or upgrade to Business.

“Hawaii is one of our Frequent Flyers’ favourite holiday destinations so we expect these seats to be snapped up quickly.

“Flight redemptions are the most popular way for people to use their Qantas Points, with members using their points to purchase a staggering 4.6 million seats each year for the past five years.”

Source = Qantas
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