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QANTAS: 100,000 reward seats to Japan for six weeks starting11 May 2023 or Jetstar from 11 October 2022

QANTAS: 100,000 reward seats to Japan for six weeks starting11 May 2023 or Jetstar from 11 October 2022

Reward seats to be redeemed at classic reward rates will be available on Qantas (11 May to 20 June 2023) and Jetstar flights (11 October to 30 November 2022) on the following 6 routes

  • Qantas flights between:
    • Sydney and Tokyo (Haneda)
    • Brisbane and Tokyo (Haneda)
    • Melbourne and Tokyo (Haneda)
  • Jetstar flights between:
    • Cairns and Tokyo (Narita)
    • Cairns and Osaka (Kansai)
    • Gold Coast and Tokyo (Narita)
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Points Planes

Where every seat on the planes between Sydney and Tokyo (Haneda) on 10 May 2023 including Eonomy and Business can bee booked as a classic reward.

Points Planes will also be on offer on 30 January 2023 when Qantas re-launches the Sydney to Hong Kong route

Bookings are now available (from 10 am Friday 7 October) until 13 October.

Jetstar Japan sale

You can also buy seats for trips between Cairns and the Gold Coast to Tokyo and Osaka from $289 one-way in economy.

Qantas Japan schedule

Return flights/weekCabin One-way
Classic Reward
One-way Taxes, fees & charges
Sydney-Haneda3 (increasing to seven from November 2022)Economy31,500 points$147.09
Business82,000 points$197.09
Brisbane-Haneda (Restarting December 2022)ThreeEconomy25,200 points$148.01
(Restarting March 2023)
FourEconomy31,500 points$146.95

Jetstar Japan schedule (Economy)

Return flights/weekOne-way
Classic Reward
One-way Taxes, fees & charges
Cairns-OsakaUp to four21,500 points$146.58
Cairns-Tokyo (Narita)Up to seven21,500 points$146.58
Gold Coast-Tokyo (Narita)Up to five21,500 points$131.45

2PAXfly Takeout

The aviation industry has a difficult road ahead when it comes to sustainability. It’s going to require a relative revolution in technology, with ‘electric planes’ or hydrogen planes, or some form of jet engine that doesn’t require a carbon based fuel. And that is going to require the development of an alternative to jet engines probably.

It’s a big ask. It will take time to develop.

This move to home grown and manufactured SAF is a first step – maybe even a baby step in a very long road of innovation. In the long run, US$200 million won’t even touch the sides.

If you are interested in these fares and award redemptions, I wouldn’t delay. Book now, ’cause these seats won’t last long.

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