Velocity Frequent Flyer is running a double Status Credits promotion until 24 November. So for those looking at achieving or retaining Velocity elite status, here are some of the best flights to take in order to fast-track your way to Gold or above.

A reminder that you need 500/400 Status Credits (SCs) to achieve/maintain Gold status, and 1000/800 SCs to achieve/maintain Platinum.

Suggestions

Note that all fares are for low-season, return flights in Business Class and should be used for reference purposes only. The more segments flown, the more SCs are earned.

RouteviaSample priceRegular SC earnDouble SC earnCost per SC (double SC)
Hobert/Launceston - DunedinMelbourne & Brisbane$1348380760$1.77
Canberra - ChristchurchSydney & Brisbane$1358360720$1.89
Brisbane - RarotongaMelbourne & Auckland$2323480960$2.42
Sydney - TongaMelbourne & Auckland$2139420840$2.54
Melbourne - BaliBrisbane$1891360720$2.62

Other routes readers have previously maximised SC earn on are:

  • Sydney – Rarotonga via Brisbane & Auckland
  • Canberra – Adelaide via Melbourne or Sydney
  • Hobart/Canberra – Christchurch/Dunedin via Melbourne & Brisbane
  • Melbourne – Auckland via Gold Coast
  • Melbourne – Gold Coast via Canberra
Virgin Australia 737 Business Class
While you may have to spend multiple hours in these recliner Business Class seats, it may make it worth it to access elite benefits later on

Summing up

If you are looking for Velocity status and have some cash on hand, then the routes above could be some good ones to research.

You may also be interested in the routes that can earn you Qantas status the quickest.

Do you have any other suggestions to add to the table above for the benefit of other Point Hacks readers? Share in the comments below!

10 of the best routes to do a Velocity status run on was last modified: January 20th, 2020 by Matt Moffitt