Using Iberia on Qantas multi city

Old Sep 21, 19, 5:50 pm
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Using Iberia on Qantas multi city

Is it possible to book Multiple cities with Iberia plus on Qantas? Online it only gives me one way option and no available unless I do round trip, then thereís award available.

I want to get from Sydney to Asp then asp to Perth.
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Old Sep 22, 19, 3:55 am
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Use ba.com.

IB+ is not worth the hassle.
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Old Sep 22, 19, 4:16 am
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Originally Posted by flybie View Post
Is it possible to book Multiple cities with Iberia plus on Qantas? Online it only gives me one way option and no available unless I do round trip, then thereís award available.

I want to get from Sydney to Asp then asp to Perth.
The IbPlus chart for multiple sectors is generous with short itineraries. For longer ones, the BAEC one is way way better (and you can also change, modify and refund it).

Regardless, the IbPlus chart origin and final destination must be the same airport. In your case it wouldn't work anyway, since you plan to depart from SYD and arrive in PER.
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Old Sep 22, 19, 8:48 am
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The IbPlus chart for multiple sectors is generous with short itineraries. For longer ones, the BAEC one is way way better (and you can also change, modify and refund it).

Regardless, the IbPlus chart origin and final destination must be the same airport. In your case it wouldn't work anyway, since you plan to depart from SYD and arrive in PER.
correct thatís what I was looking for. Stopover. I called them the rep said itís not possible even on the phone as one-way is not permitted.

I love to use BA but they charge per segment thus make the Avios higher.
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Old Sep 22, 19, 9:37 am
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correct thatís what I was looking for. Stopover. I called them the rep said itís not possible even on the phone as one-way is not permitted.

I love to use BA but they charge per segment thus make the Avios higher.
BAEC has also a multi-segment chart based on total distance. look for it on google under multi-carrier award. condition is you need to use at least 2 oneworld airlines (excluding BA). Since you are using Qantas + American Airlines, you are fine and eligible for your itinerary..
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Old Sep 22, 19, 9:44 am
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BAEC has also a multi-segment chart based on total distance. look for it on google under multi-carrier award. condition is you need to use at least 2 oneworld airlines (excluding BA). Since you are using Qantas + American Airlines, you are fine and eligible for your itinerary..
No will be all on Qantas, unfortunately. ASP is Alice spring not aspen
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Old Sep 22, 19, 11:30 am
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No will be all on Qantas, unfortunately. ASP is Alice spring not aspen
True that!!

In that case youīll have to use BAEC, because IbPlus does only allow redemption on partners were origin and final destination are the same.
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