The renovated Qantas Club at Melbourne has shown the lowly non-business class Qantas Club member their place in the pecking order. The design, like a modern cafe, has ambiance, furniture and hard acoustically resonating surfaces to encourage discomfort and a quick turnover. The footprint is smaller than the previous club ensuring that it gets very crowded which is exacerbated by the furniture.
Qantas Club members, Silver and Gold Qantas Frequent Flyers, as well as Platinum and Platinum One Qantas Frequent Flyers can check one additional piece of baggage, depending on their cabin class. Qantas International passengers travelling to all other destinations in Economy Class can check up to 30kg of baggage in total. Passengers travelling in Premium Economy and Business Class are.
Qantas Club members, Silver and Gold Qantas Frequent Flyers, as well as Platinum and Platinum One Qantas Frequent Flyers can check one additional piece of baggage, depending on their cabin class. Qantas International passengers travelling to all other destinations in Economy Class can check up to 30kg of baggage in total.
A guide to the Qantas Club membership program. Qantas Club is the lounge membership program of Qantas, which gives you access to lounges, priority check-in, domestic upgrades and an additional checked baggage allowance. In this guide, we outline the benefits of membership, pricing, the ability to earn Qantas points on joining and renewal, and alternative ways to access these privileges.
Airpoints Elite and Gold members may use Qantas Club domestic lounges, with one guest, when travelling on a domestic Qantas flight with an NZ flight number. Simply show your boarding pass and your Elite or Gold membership card at the entrance. No other frequent flyer benefits apply on Qantas flights (see baggage allowance section). Elite partner benefits. No Elite Partner benefits apply. Koru.
Buying membership of the Qantas Club, which is a different, but connected, part of the Qantas Frequent Flyer scheme. If you get up to Gold on the Frequent Flyer scheme then you get membership of the Qantas Club for free: otherwise it'll get you into the lounges even on an economy ticket, both domestically and internationally.
If you are an Executive Club Gold or Silver member. Qantas Frequent Flyer Gold members, regardless of their oneworld tier status, cannot access Qantas Domestic Business Lounges. oneworld lounge access for First Class or Business Class customers. Indulge yourself before departure in a wider range of airport lounges when you fly First Class or Business Class with any oneworld member airline.
Thanks for that. Our tickets were booked 6 months ago, so unfortunately, it's a bit late! In short, if you are flying economy on Emirates, with an Emirates coded flight and you are Qantas Club there is no access to either Qantas or Emirates lounges anywhere (unless you pay to enter Emirates lounge in Dubai). If you are flying business class or are Gold Qantas Club then you can.