Qantas Launches Unlock Australia with Qantas Incentive for UK Travel Agents
8th Sep 2016
UK travel agents will have the opportunity to win their own Qantas Walkabout: two Premium Economy tickets between Heathrow Airport, London and Australia, including up to three sectors from either Zone 1 or Zone 2 on the airline's Walkabout Pass. To earn this, agents will need to make an eligible booking on a Qantas flight until 30th September.
In addition to the main prize, UK travel agents will also have the chance to earn a Qantas travel voucher worth ?1,000, a Love2Shop voucher worth ?500 and many weekly prizes, such as Qantas travel vouchers, shopping vouchers, even a case of fine Australian wine.
Bookings will only be considered for one of the prizes if they are made before and including 30th September this year and are issued by 6th October. International sectors must be operated by the Australian carrier and bookings must include at least two international sectors to be eligible.
Qantas Premium Economy, Business and First bookings with international sectors will enter the draw twice, while bookings with a Walkabout Pass sector will get an additional, bonus entry into the draw.
To enter the competition, agents will need to send the passenger name record (PNR) from an eligible booking via email to [email protected] The winners will be announced between 12th September and 7th October, 2016
Qantas Bans Passengers from Charging Galaxy Note 7 on its Flights
Meanwhile, Qantas was quick to address a potentially dangerous situation with the new and faulty Galaxy Note 7 by prohibiting its passengers to charge the phone while flying.
Following numerous reports of fire and exploding batteries, Samsung has decided to recall all Galaxy Note 7 devices last week.
A spokesperson for the Australian flag carrier said that the carrier has directed passengers to "not switch on or charge them (Galaxy Note 7 phones) inflight" following the South Korean company's decision to recall the device.
Qantas passenger Dean Cabena confirmed that Qantas has banned charging Samsung Note 7s inflight on Twitter, saying:
"Qantas made announcement on flight today? no charging Samsung Note 7 on plane."
A Note 7 phone recently exploded in a hotel room in Perth, causing $1,800 of damage.