You can check your Qantas points balance by signing into your Qantas account online or through the Qantas mobile app. You can also see how many Qantas points you have by calling customer service at (800) 227-4500.
How to Check Your Qantas Points Balance
Online: Sign into your online account. The points balance will be easily accessible from your account dashboard.
Qantas mobile app: The number of points you have will be listed on the home page within the app.
By phone: If you have any questions about your point balance, you can call Qantas at (800) 227-4500
Your British Airways credit card Avios (their version of miles) can be redeemed for travel on airlines in the Oneworld alliance which is a global partnership made up of 13 airlines. Oneworld is one of the ‘Big 3’ alliances, with the other two being the Star Alliance and SkyTeam.
Some of the airlines it includes are American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LATAM, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, S7 Airlines and SriLankan Airlines.… read full answer
You can generally find these partner flights through the British Airways website when booking with Avios; when British Airways doesn't offer service for a certain route, flights from partner airlines will show up in the results. In some cases, you may have to call British Airways to book these partner flights.
No, you cannot transfer American Airlines miles to British Airways. You can redeem American Airlines miles for British Airways flights, though, because both airlines are part of the "ONEWORLD" alliance.
In other words, you can use your AAdvantage miles to book a flight on British Airways, as well as on any "ONEWORLD' alliance airline partner such as British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Iberia, Japan Airlines, Qatar, Qantas, etc. The key difference between this arrangement and being able to transfer AAdvantage miles to partners' loyalty programs is that you can't pool together miles from multiple loyalty programs.… read full answer
Capital One Venture miles will transfer to most airline partners at a ratio of 1:1 — meaning you'll get 1 airline mile for every 1 Capital One Venture mile. Note, however, that Venture miles will transfer at a ratio of 2:1.5 for some airline partners.
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