Frequent Flyer Privileges
We believe the more you fly, the more rewards you should enjoy. So we offer four levels of membership above the Bronze entry level - Silver, Gold, Platinum and Platinum One. Each membership level has particular privileges. The higher your membership level, the greater your privileges and the more points you can earn. Find out about the privileges of each membership level:
Note: The program Awards and Benefits may change from time to time.
Reaching and Keeping a Higher Status
The number of Status Credits+ you have is reviewed daily, based on your activity since the anniversary when you joined the program. As soon as you have earned the required Status Credits to qualify for the next membership level, and provided you have travelled a minimum of four eligible* Qantas, QantasLink or Jetstar flights during your membership year, you will automatically move up to the next level and can start enjoying your extra privileges.
You will retain any new status for at least 12 months. At the end of your membership year, your Status Credits will be reset to zero. Provided you continue to earn the required number of Status Credits each year and take at least four eligible* Qantas, QantasLink or Jetstar flights during your membership year, your membership status and privileges will remain at your acquired level.
Please note that each membership year, you'll have to earn a certain number of Status Credits to keep your membership at the current level.
Find out more about earning Status Credits and making the most of being a Frequent Flyer on Qantas.com
Status Credits Required
300 Status Credits
250 Status Credits in a membership year
700 Status Credits
600 Status Credits
1,400 Status Credits
1,200 Status Credits
Reach and Keep Platinum One
3,600 Status Credits, with a minimum of 2,700 from Qantas marketed flights+
* Qantas Points and Status Credits (where applicable) are earned on eligible flights with that airline's flight number on your ticket. Qantas Points and Status Credits may not be earned on some fare types and booking classes. For full details, see terms and conditions and the Airline Earning Tables for details on the conditions for the applicable airline.