Virgin Australia Velocity »

Virgin Australia’s frequent flyer program Velocity was established in 2005. In 2014, Velocity won every category in the equivalent of the travel industry’s Oscars. Virgin Australia and Velocity are constantly working hard to gain the loyalty of Australian travelers.

Qantas Frequent Flyer »

Qantas Frequent Flyer is the most well known travel loyalty program in Australia, with partnerships with Jetstar, Emirates, American Airlines, British Airlines and Cathay Pacific. It is also part of the Oneworld alliance.

Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer »

The Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer program provides an opportunity for those who like to use a linked credit card for everyday purchases to generate significant points. Singapore Airlines also partners with Virgin Australia.

Cathay Pacific Marco Polo Club »

The Marco Polo Club offers a range of benefits designed to enhance your flying experience whenever you fly with Cathay Pacific or Dragonair. The more you fly, the higher your tier and the more benefits you can enjoy. Cathay is also part of the Oneworld network.

Emirates Skywards »

Emirates Airlines is one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, offering truly luxury experiences on their flights from their hub in Dubai to more than140 destinations. Emirates' loyalty program Skywards enables members to generate rewards through partnerships with Qantas, Japan Airlines and others.

Etihad Guest »

Etihad Airways is another of the world’s fastest growing airlines, with its base in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. Partner airlines include Virgin Australia, Korean Air, American Airlines, Air New Zealand and Air Berlin.

Air New Zealand Airpoints »

Airpoints was one of the first frequent flyer programs to tie their frequent flyer currency with the amount the customer spends, instead of a program based on the distance flown. Airpoints Dollars can be used just like cash to redeem for any seat on any flight.

Thai Airways Royal Orchid »

THAI Airways International's program Royal Orchid allows you to generate qualifying miles on THAI and Star Alliance airlines, which can also increase your membership status. Each membership level has unique benefits when traveling with qualifying airlines.


American Airlines AAdvantage »

The AAdvantage program launched on May 1, 1981 and lays claim to being the first mileage-based frequent flyer program in the world. The American Airlines loyalty program tpday boasts more than 71 million members.

Malaysia Airlines Enrich »

The Malaysian Airlines Enrich progam enables you to earn 'Enrich Miles' each time you travel with Malaysia Airlines, oneworld member airlines and Enrich partner airlines on a qualifying fare.

British Airways Avios »

Avios is a British Airways points scheme established in 2011 to replace Air Miles and BA Miles. Like Qantas, British Airways is also a member the Oneworld alliance, which can be a key consideration for the Australian traveler.

Korean Air Skypass »

Korean Air's SKYPASS program provides many ways to earn miles and enjoy travel awards as well as other benefits from partner companies.

Japan Airlines JAL Mileage Bank »

Japan Airlines International’s frequent flyer scheme is a great boon for anyone flying in and around Japan. With a large number of partners in the travel and retail sectors, it's easy to accrue points fast and save money on future flights.