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As a not-for-profit fund, everything we do is for our members. To make sure we’re providing you with the products and services you need to take control of your super, we regularly ask for your feedback on what we can do better.

We’re sharing some good news about changes regarding accessing your super that many defined benefit members have asked for.

What's changed?

Members in Division 2 who are former members of the Australian Airlines General Superannuation Plan or Australian Airlines Flight Attendants Superannuation Scheme, who are aged 65 and above, and still employed by the Qantas Group, can now transfer some or most of their balance to an Income Account in Gateway as a Retirement Member, or transfer some or most of their balance to another super fund.

Previously, a member had to ask Qantas Super to calculate the portion of their super that could be transferred to an Income Account in Qantas Super’s Gateway Division or to another superannuation fund. By removing this step, members can now access a larger proportion of their balance and have greater control over their super.

Under Qantas Super rules, members must maintain a minimum account balance of $6,000 to keep their account open.

What do I need to do?

You don’t need to do anything. However, if you would like to access your super, you can do so by filling out the relevant form here.

 

We're here to help

If you have any questions about accessing your super, you can book a one-on-one appointment with a Super Adviser on our website.