How to use digital lounge passes for Qantas and Jetstar flights

In 2017, Qantas commenced their transition to a digital system for complimentary lounge passes that come with Qantas points-earning credit cards and Silver Qantas Frequent Flyer status.

Now that most partners are exclusively providing digital invitations, in this guide, we take a quick look at the types of passes available, how to connect a pass to an eligible flight, and some common pitfalls to avoid. Continue reading…

The beginner’s guide to Qantas Frequent Flyer status and benefits

Holding Qantas Frequent Flyer status means that you can skip lines, enjoy complimentary food and drink in lounges, and gain preferential access to upgrades and award seat inventory when flying Qantas – and preferred seating with partner airlines such as Emirates, Cathay Pacific and American Airlines.

In this guide, we outline how to move up the five status tiers, the benefits available at each level, and how to extend your status with Qantas.
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SkyTeam Sydney Lounge overview

As the other two big alliances (Star Alliance and oneworld) are doing, SkyTeam airlines are pooling their money to share alliance-wide lounges instead of operating their own and duplicating services.

This lounge is for First and Business Class and SkyTeam elite passengers travelling to or via Asia on China Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern, Garuda Indonesia, Korean Air, Vietnam Airlines and XiamenAir, and for Los Angeles-bound passengers on Delta Airlines. Continue reading…