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Qantas adds extra to seat selection

December 18, 20152 minute read
Seat Selection, Qantas A330 Seating

Selecting your seat when you book is the best way to ensure that you get the seat you want and ensure you’re with your travelling companions. Some full-service airlines offer seat selection without any charge, others charge for ‘hot seats’ and some charge for any seat selection.

Qantas Seat Selection is complimentary for international Economy Saver and Flex fares and for International Economy Sale Fares has now been reduced from $25 to $15 on Trans-Tasman flights. For all other International flights it has changed from $25 to $30. More customers will have the option to select their preferred seat free of charge.
Where customers select seats free of charge during check-in (available from 24 hours before departure), or do not select their seat at all, our airport staff will endeavour to accommodate parties travelling together if seats are available.

To Summarise:

Seat Selection is complimentary for customers who are:

  • Travelling on any Qantas operated domestic service;
  • Travelling internationally in Economy on a Saver or Flex fare;
  • Travelling internationally in First, Business or Premium Economy cabins;
  • Platinum One, Platinum, Gold or Silver Frequent Flyers or equivalent oneworld and Emirates Skywards Frequent Flyers;
  • On the same booking and travelling with any of the above mentioned travellers;
  • Checking in within 24 hours of departure.

If you’re flying on a Sale fare (Seat Selection is available for a charge for customers travelling in International Economy on Sale fares.)

A little bit extra goes a long way

Extra Legroom for Less: For a limited time on selected International flights, enjoy an Extra Legroom seat for up to 25% off the regular price! Follow the link for the charges (or number of Qantas Points).

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