Airlines flying within Australasia
Air Tahiti is based at Fa'a'ā International Airport in Tahiti. The airline flies to destinations including Cook Island, Austral Archipelago, Society Islands, Tuamotu Archipelago, East Tumaotu-Gambier Archipelago and more. It operates with turboprop aircraft like ATR42,72 aircraft.
Air Tahiti Nui operates routes to Paris, Papeete, Tokyo, Aukland and Los Angeles. The airline only flies the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. It is the national airline of French Polynesia based at Faa'a International Airport. It has codeshare agreements with multiple airlines including American Airlines, Japan Airlines, Air New Zealand and more.
Air New Zealand is a Star Alliance member based at Aukland Airport in New Zealand. The airline also has a subsidiary airline Air New Zealand Link, which flies to domestic New Zealand destinations. Adelaide, Brisbane, Denpasar, Christchurch, Gold Coast, London, Hong Kong, Los Angeles are amongst the destinations the airline serves. It has a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft, including A320, B787 and B777.
Air Niugini is the flag carrier of Papua New Guinea, it connects with multiple domestic and international destinations. The airline is based out of the largest airport in Papua New Guinea - Jacksons International Airport. The airline operates a fleet of Boeing and Fokker aircraft including B737, B767, Fokker 70 and Fokker 100.
Aircalin is a New Caledonia carrier operating various destinations in Asia and Oceania. In addition, Aircalin has codeshare agreements with Air France, Qantas, Air New Zealand and Air Tahiti Nui connecting over 100 destinations.
Fiji Airways is the flag carrier of Fiji, who is based at Nadi International Airport. The airline also has its regional subsidiary, Fiji Link, operating between many islands in Fiji. Fiji Airways is an oneworld connect partner allowing their passengers to enjoy oneworld benefits. The airline has a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft including A330, A350 and the B737.
Jetstar is an Australian low-cost carrier (LCC) owned by Qantas. Jetstar also has sister airlines in the name of Jetstar Asia Airways, Jetstar Pacific Airlines and Jetstar Japan. It flies to domestic and international destinations from Melbourne Airport to Adelaide, Gold Coast, Auckland, Bangkok, Beijing, Honolulu, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and more.
Qantas is a oneworld member from Australia. The airline is based at Sydney Airport serving multiple domestic and international destinations including Perth, Gold Coast, Cairns, Denpasar, Auckland and more. It has codeshare agreements with Air China, Air Niugini, Asiana Airlines, Alaska Airlines, etc. If you are travelling within Australasia but need an overnight flight, check out our Qantas Red Eye Flights page.
Regional Express Airlines is a Australian domestic carrier flying to many territories in the country. They deploy Saab regional jets in their fleet with over 50 aircraft in service. Wagga Wagga Airport in New South Wales is their airport base.
Virgin Australia is an Australian airline based at Sydney Airport and has gone into voluntary administration. The airline was founded in 2000 flying with a fleet of Airbus A320, A330, Boeing B737, ATR72 and Fokker 100.