Qantas frequent flyer earnings on Malaysian Airlines

By Divemaster6 | Mar 01, 2017, 12:36 PM
Hi all
Does anyone know if Qantas FF earn points and SC on Malaysian Airlines booking class Q?
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By henrus | Mar 01, 2017, 12:53 PM
No Q class does not. Below are the classes that do earn (taken from the Qantas website)

For flights between Maylasia and Australia/NZ/Europe the following classes will earn BHKLMVY (Discount Economy), ACDFIJZ (Flexible Economy)

(note that First and Business class earn at Flexible economy classes on flights between Maylasia and Australia/NZ/Europe)

on all other flights KLMV (Discount Economy), BH (Economy), Y (Flex Economy), CDIJZ (Business) and AF (First).


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By victort | Mar 02, 2017, 11:49 AM
It is the worst earning rate of all OW partnerships! 
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By nixjet | Mar 03, 2017, 01:20 PM
Which is a shame because the MH regional product is quite good, full service, always pushes back on time and generally have great crew.  Connections through KLIA intra-Asia are vast and convenient.  This is a Oneworld relationship Qantas and indeed Emirates should be exploiting much more instead of dumping people onto no-frills Jetstar for intra-Asian flights connecting through SIN.
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By TheRealBabushka | Mar 06, 2017, 08:24 AM
Which is a shame because the MH regional product is quite good, full service, always pushes back on time and generally have great crew.  Connections through KLIA intra-Asia are vast and convenient.  This is a Oneworld relationship Qantas and indeed Emirates should be exploiting much more instead of dumping people onto no-frills Jetstar for intra-Asian flights connecting through SIN.

It is certainly value for money, particularly in Business for elite status accrual purposes.

But I wouldn't go as far as saying the product is good. Crappy food and beverage - the KUL inflight caterers they use is rubbish. 737-800 that is past its prime - Cabin interiors look shabby. Yes the crew is consistently poised and  professional, but I would not fly MH and spend money in Business class if not for the OW alliance.

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By PJ_R | Jun 18, 2018, 09:27 PM
Flew to Malaysia last year, on Malaysian Airlines flight. No points credited, and no explanation from Qantas Frequent Flyer once I contacted them your an explanation. Painful
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By Jedi | Jun 19, 2018, 09:29 AM

Flew to Malaysia last year, on Malaysian Airlines flight. No points credited, and no explanation from Qantas Frequent Flyer once I contacted them your an explanation. Painful


I had no problems with my last two MH flights SC and points posted in 7 days
Last edited by Jedi at Jun 19, 2018, 09.30 AM.
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By Jedi | Jun 19, 2018, 09:31 AM
Which is a shame because the MH regional product is quite good, full service, always pushes back on time and generally have great crew. Connections through KLIA intra-Asia are vast and convenient. This is a Oneworld relationship Qantas and indeed Emirates should be exploiting much more instead of dumping people onto no-frills Jetstar for intra-Asian flights connecting through SIN.

It is certainly value for money, particularly in Business for elite status accrual purposes.

But I wouldn't go as far as saying the product is good. Crappy food and beverage - the KUL inflight caterers they use is rubbish. 737-800 that is past its prime - Cabin interiors look shabby. Yes the crew is consistently poised and professional, but I would not fly MH and spend money in Business class if not for the OW alliance.


Same goes for QF 738s
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