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About Qantas Airways

Qantas is the flag carrier of Australia and is Australia's largest airline with its hub airport at Sydney Airport. The airline also owns the low-cost airline Jetstar, which operates both domestic and international services. Qantas flies to many destinations including Santiago de Chile, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Denpasar, Jakarta, Osaka, Tokyo, Noumea, Singapore, Manila, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, London and many others. Qantas is a founding member of the Oneworld airline alliance. Qantas has codeshare agreements with Aircalin, Air China, Air Niugini, Airnorth, Alaska Airlines, Alitalia, Asiana Airlines, Bangkok Airways, China Airlines, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines and many others. Qantas' fleet consists of A330s, A380s, B737s, B747s and B787s.

 


 

Qantas Frequent Flyer Program

Qantas operates a frequent flyer program aimed at rewarding customer loyalty with Qantas points. Points are accrued based on distance flown, with bonuses that vary by travel class. Points can also be earned on other Oneworld airlines as well as through other non-airline partners. Points can be redeemed for flights or upgrades on flights operated by Qantas, Oneworld airlines, and other partners. The Qantas Club is the airline lounge for Qantas with airport locations around Australia and the world. The Qantas Club offers membership by paid subscription (one year, two years or four years) or by the achievement of Gold or Platinum frequent flyer status. Benefits of membership include lounge access, priority check-in, priority luggage handling and increased luggage allowances. Additionally, Qantas operates dedicated International first class lounges in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Auckland and Los Angeles.

 


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Baggage

 

Carry-on Baggage

Australian Domestic Flight carry-on baggage (excluding Dash 8 services). All classes have a weight allowance of 7kg (15 lb) per item. All international flights have a maximum weight allowance of 7kg (15 lb) per piece, and items may comprise of the following, dependant on ticket class:

First Class, Business Class and Premium Economy

2 x 11cm (45 in) bags

or

1 x 11cm (45 in) bag plus 1 x 185cm (73 in) non rigid garment bag

Economy

1 x 115cm (45 in) bag

or

1 x 185cm (73 in) non rigid garment bag

 

Checked Baggage

On international flights, excluding North and South America, passengers in;

Economy are entitled to 30kg

Premium Economy and Business to 40kg

First to 50kg

 

On international flights to North and South America, passengers in Economy and Premium Economy are allowed 2 pieces of up to 23kg each,

Business and First Class are allowed 3 pieces of up to 32kg.

 

 

 


Qantas WIFI

Brand new in 2019, Qantas WIFI is available on a number of domestic flights, giving passengers access to everything online while thousands of feet in the air. Qantas WIFI will be available on over 80 different Boeing B737s and Airbus A330 aircraft. Qantas ask that you keep airplane mode on and your phone on silent when using Qantas WIFI — if you'd like a pair of earphones, just ask one of the Qantas flight attendants and they'll be happy to help!

Qantas WIFI Price

Qantas WIFI is available for free on all Qantas flights. Simply find the 'Qantas Free Wi-Fi' network on your electronic device, go to the Qantas WIFI web page (wifi.qantas.com), enter your personal details and start browsing the web!

 


Qantas Inflight Entertainment

 

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Qantas Food

Qantas Meal Options

Qantas provide meals or refreshments on every flight, but what is offered will depend on the route flying.

Passengers flying domestically in economy are offered fresh meals, from breakfast boxes, tempting snacks and hot or cold dinner packs. Business passengers travelling domestically are offered choice of entrees and mains for their meals, made from seasonal ingredients.

International passengers travelling in First class are treated to five star dining with locally sourced ingredients. Available means include main meals, small plates or tasting menus. Business class passengers are given the option of three course meals, or something lighter to suit your dietary preferences. There is cabin crew service or passengers can help themselves at the inflight bar. Premium economy and economy passengers can choose from snack selections throughout their flight with a continuous service.

Alternatively, passengers flying internationally in Business, Premium Economy and Economy can select their meals prior to flying, by visiting the Qantas website.

 

Qantas Special Dietary Requirements

Passengers can request meals to suit their special dietary needs on the Qantas website, on manage your booking tab.

These must be requested at least 24 hours before departing, except for Kosher meals which must be requested 36 hours before. The following is a list of all the special meals available from Qantas:

  • Diabetic meal
  • Child’s meal
  • Fruit Platter meal
  • Gluten-free meal
  • Hindu meal
  • Infant (0-11 months) meal
  • Infant (12-23 months) meal
  • Kosher meal
  • Muslim(Halal) meal
  • Vegetarian (Asian Indian style) meal
  • Vegetarian (Lacto Ovo) meal
  • Vegetarian (Strict Indian) meal
  • Vegan meal

 

Qantas Drinks & Alcohol

When flying domestically in economy class, passengers are given complimentary soft drinks (on selected flights), with wines and beers available to purchase. Business passengers on domestic routes are given complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including premium wines.

On international routes, first and business class passengers can enjoy complimentary drinks including award-winning champagnes, cocktails and juices, alongside the usual drinks service which is available to all classes of passengers.

 

 

Qantas Economy Class

Quantas Economy class is comfortable for passengers flying international, domestic and trans-Tasman flights. 

 

Qantas Economy Class Facilities

Quantas Economy Class facilties will make you feel comfortable on your journeys, with range including premium dining, refreshments, entertainments and reclining seats.

 

International Economy Class Facilities

Inflight services have been recently updated with refreshed cabin interiors, entertainment, seating and meals. Travel kits are also included on selected flights. The inflight dining includes snacks, winebar and great meal service.

Trans-Tasman Economy Class Facilities

Economy Class flights between Australia and New Zealand can enjoy a range of delights including: ergonomically designed seats and inflight entertainment.

Domestic Economy Class Facilities

Inflight entertianment, Quantas magazine and lounge access for Frequent Flyer members.

 

Qantas Economy Class Seating

Seating is comfortable and spacious in Quantas' Economy Class and you can also select a preferred seat in advanced for a charge. Extra legroom can also be requested for an additional charge.

 

Seating on A380s, A330s and B747s have been upgraded with softer cushioning, netted footrest and more legroom for longer journeys.

 


Quantas Route Map

 

 

Popular Routes

 

Sydney    Osaka

 

Port Moresby    Sydney

 

Jakarta    Sydney

 

Sydney   Port Lincoln

 

Townsville    Sydney

 

Sydney   Tamworth

 
 


The Fleet

 

Airbus A330-200

 

Boeing 747-400

 

 

 

 

 

 

Airbus A330-300

Boeing 737-800

 

 

 

 

 

Boeing 737-800

 Boeing 747

 

 

 

 

Sydney Airport

HUB Airport

 

Sydney Airport is the major airport serving Sydney and is the hub airport for Qantas, Jetstar Airways, Regional Express Airlines, Virgin Australia and Tigerair Australia. Other airlines which fly to and from this airport include Emirates, Etihad Airways, Garuda Indonesia, Fiji Airways, Hainan Airlines, Japan Airlines, Jetstar Airways and many others. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Qantas Airline Alliance - Oneworld

 

 

 

Oneworld alliance is a leading global airline network, with 15 member airlines. Oneworld alliance was founded and now consists of member airline such as Cathay Pacific, Finnair, LAN, TAM, Malaysia, Qantas, Qatar, SriLankan Airlines, Iberia, British Airways, American Airlines and many others. Oneworld alliance covers more than a thousand destinations in 155 countries.

 


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Qantas News

 

8th September 2017

 

Qantas Swaps Dubai For Singapore As Stopover Hub On London-Sydney Trip

'The Qantas network will eventually feature a handful of direct routes between Europe and Australia'

Thousands of UK airline passengers booked to fly to or through Dubai have woken up to find they have been re-booked or re-routed.

Qantas, the leading Australian airline, has announced it will switch the refuelling stop on its flagship route from Heathrow to Sydney and back. Dubai is to be ditched from March 2018 as the airline reverts to a Singapore refuelling stop.

Five years ago, Qantas linked up with Emirates and switched its UK-Australia flights from Singapore to Dubai.

 

The Australian airline has already announced that the London-Melbourne flights will avoid Dubai from next March by flying non-stop from Heathrow to Perth.

 

The Qantas chief executive, Alan Joyce, said: “Our partnership has evolved to a point where Qantas no longer needs to fly its own aircraft through Dubai, and that means we can redirect some of our A380 flying into Singapore and meet the strong demand we’re seeing in Asia.”

He also held out the prospect of non-stop flights between Heathrow and Sydney.

“Improvements in aircraft technology mean the Qantas network will eventually feature a handful of direct routes between Europe and Australia,” he said.

 

A non-stop London-Sydney flight would take around 20 hours, saving around three hours compared with the present one-stop. With the Singapore stop, the London-Sydney trip will be slightly shorter due to flying a more direct track.

Qantas currently flies around 2,000 passengers per day to, from or through Dubai International, which represents less than one per cent of the airport’s throughput. Heathrow lost its title as the world's busiest airport for international passengers to Dubai.

The Qantas move increases capacity between London and Singapore, which will add to the challenge faced on the route by Norwegian. The low-cost airline will launch flights from Gatwick to Changi airport in Singapore from 28 September this year.