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Qatar Airways Reduces Qmiles Required For Award Flights

To provide more and better rewards to its loyal members, Qatar Airways Privilege Club has cut the number of Qmiles required to book award flights by up to 49%.

Privilege Club’s Qmiles requirements will be reduced for award flights for all members travelling on connecting flights via Doha as well as those travelling to or from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceana.

Privilege Club members booking flexi award tickets – which require twice the number of Qmiles as award flights – will also benefit from these reductions.

Members can use Privilege Club’s Qcalculator to find out the number of Qmiles required for award flights for their preferred route and choice of cabin.

Under the new policy, in Business Class, return award flights from Sao Paulo to Tokyo are reduced by 49% from 391,000 to 200,000 Qmiles, from Auckland to Los Angeles by 45% from 434,000 to 240,000,

Also in Business Class, from Paris to Bangkok, award flights are reduced by 40% from 251,000 to 150,000 and from Doha to London by 26% from 116,000 to 86,000.

In Economy Class, return award flights from Mumbai to New York are reduced by 39% from 131,500 to 80,000 Qmiles.

Earlier this year, Qatar Airways Privilege Club revised its Qmiles policy to offer more flexibility. When a member earns or spends Qmiles, their balance is now valid for 36 months. Privilege Club also recently removed booking fees for award flights.

Members booking Business Class award flights will continue to receive complimentary lounge access – including to Al Mourjan Business Class Lounge at HIA – and seat allocation.

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