Qantas Frequent Flyer earn rates Perth – London


Qantas has updated its Frequent Flyer earn tables, adding the earn rates for its new flights between Perth and London.  The new Perth – London service was  announced in December, with tickets going on sale in April. The new earn rates fill in a gap in the tables that the new route created.

Perth – London Earn Rates

Qantas publishes an earnings table that outlines the earn rate on the routes across its network. This table generally specifis earn between specific cities or regions. While there is a fallback distance based table, this table tends to have inferior earn rates to earn rates to the route specific earn rates.

Qantas have now updated the tables to include Perth – Europe flights for the first time. It is interesting that they have defined it as Perth – Europe rather than Perth – London.

The table for international flights from Perth is shown below.

QFF Perth International Earning

QFF Perth International Earning

This compares favourably with the fallback table, as shown by the following comparison. Generally, the status credits and points earn is higher than based on the generic distance based table.

Class Perth – Europe Ultra LongHaul
Points Status
 Discount Economy  55 4,000  40 4,000
 Economy  70  6,200  55 6,000
 Flexible Economy  110  8,300  80 8,000
 Premium Economy  110  10,500  80 10,000
remium Economy
 115  11,500  80 11,000
Business  220  12,400  160 12,000
Flexible Business  250  14,500  180 14,000
First  330  16,500  240 16,000



While the new tables specify the earn rate for the Perth – London flight, the earn rate calculator has not yet been updated. It does not allow you to choose Perth – London as a valid routing. Hopefully, a fix for that will be coming soon.

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Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better. While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.