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    by Published on 28-Mar-2010 11:32 AM
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    This article courtesy of nonrev.net member aazed.

    What is a ZED Fare?
    ZED is shorthand for "Zonal Employee Discount"

    The Basics of a ZED Fare


    • 3 fare levels (high, medium, low)
    • 9 mileage bands (1 -9)
    • 2 reservation statuses (space available, confirmed space)
    ...
    by Published on 08-Mar-2010 04:51 AM     Number of Views: 8675 
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    Article written by member Ant from nonrev.net

    Qantas celebrates its 90th birthday in 2010, making it the oldest continuously operating commercial airline in the English-speaking world!

    Almost every day, hundreds of Non-revvers across the globe are standing by to board a Qantas aircraft. With this in mind, there are some helpful hints you may find useful to ensure you enjoy your travels with them.

    For this article, “Qantas” means airlines of the Qantas Group, which fly with a QF designator. This encompasses Qantas mainline (both domestic and international) as well as its subsidiaries that comprise the QantasLink regional domestic network. Other member airlines of the Qantas Group such as Jetstar (JQ) and Jetstar Asia (3K) have their own unique Non-rev agreements.
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