Dear Mr Lehey,
Thank you for contacting the Qantas Frequent Flyer Service Centre.
Your feedback is greatly appreciated. We’re continuously reviewing ways to improve our user experience and customer insights like this are incredibly valuable for that, Greg.
I’m sorry to learn of your disappointment with the availability of Classic Flight Rewards seats. I’d like to assure you that Qantas continues to make a significant number of seats available for use across the Qantas network.
The number of Classic Flight Rewards seats are limited and seat availability depends on flight, date, season and destination. Some flights may not have any Classic Flight Rewards seats available, however, we try to offer as many seats as we can within reasonable commercial considerations. Availability is regularly monitored to ensure as many seats as possible are released with the initial award seat allocations made approximately 353 days prior to the flight departure.
On high demand routes, Classic Flight Rewards seats are often booked out well before the departure date, which is often the case during peak travel periods. With this in mind, we suggest Frequent Flyer members book Award tickets early and, where possible, have alternative dates or flights in mind should their first choice not be available.
Another option is Points Plus Pay – Flights, which allow you to redeem points for any available seat on domestic and international flights with a Qantas (QF) or Jetstar (JQ) flight number. Please be aware that extra points usage or payment may be required.
We recognise the inconvenience this may have caused you and appreciate your patience and understanding throughout this situation, Greg.
Need further help? Please chat with us via qantas.com/qffwebchat 7am-7pm AEST, seven days a week. If you are outside of Australia, visit qantas.com/contactfrequentflyer for your local contact number.
Qantas Frequent Flyer Service Centre
|Date||Fri, 9 Aug 2019 02:49:55 +0000|
|Subject||Subject: Frequent Flyer Program - Award Flight Bookings|
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