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About

QantasLink is an Australian carrier and the regional subsidiary brand of the national airline of Australia, Qantas. The airline flies to several destinations across the country, offering domestic flights to more than 50 destinations across Australia's six states. As well as internal flights within Australia, the airline also flies a weekly service to Singapore. 

QantasLink is not technically an airline, instead, it's a brand that a number of airlines operate flights under. QantasLink is currently made up of four individual airlines that all fly under the QantasLink name and adhere to the standards of the and procedural operations of the brand. These airlines are Network Aviation, National Jet Systems, Eastern Australia Airlines and Sunstate Airlines.

The brand was officially founded in 2002 and initially flew using Australian Airlines liveries after it was acquired by Qantas and the livery of Qantas itself. Eventually, the brand adopted its own livery, which it was it flies its planes with today. The brand was established in order to serve the niche routes within Australia that Qantas itself doesn't focus on due to its international flight offering. Although it's currently made up of four airlines, several other airlines have operated under the QantasLink brand over time.

 


Destinations

QantasLink flies to more than 50 destinations across all states within Australia. This includes destinations such as Canberra, Coffs Harbour, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Kingscote, Melbourne, Blackall, Horn Island, Longreach, Cairns, Sunshine Coast, Newman, Port Hedland and many more.

The airline also flies a weekly service to Singapore, which is its only international destination at the moment. 

 


Baggage

Carry-On Baggage

Passengers are given a free carry-on baggage allowance of up to 14 kg total. No one piece of baggage can weigh more than 10 kg. Each passenger can bring a maximum of two bags as carry-on. 

On select flights flown by certain aircraft, the maximum weight for carry-on baggage is 7 kg. The baggage allowance will be displayed at the time of booking and on your e-ticket.

Checked Baggage

Economy Class passengers are given a free total checked baggage allowance of 23 kg per passenger, with a maximum of one piece per passenger.

Business Class passengers are given a free total checked baggage allowance of 32 kg per passenger, with a maximum of two pieces per passenger.

 


Check-In

Online

Passengers can check-in for the flight by visiting the Qantas online check-in page. Online check-in can be completed from 24 hours before flight departure time. Passengers just need to enter their booking reference number and last name and follow the instructions on-screen to complete check-in.

Airport

Airport check-in can be completed by visiting the airline check-in counter at the airport of departure. Airport check-in closes 30 minutes before scheduled flight departure time for domestic flights, however, it's recommended that passengers arrive at least 15 minutes before this in order to allow for enough time to pass through the airport.

 


Economy Class

Economy Class perfect for those who want to get from A to B in a clean and comfortable cabin. The airline's kind and attentive cabin crew are available to help with anything that passengers might need.

Complimentary food and drink are served on flights and each passenger is provided with a pillow and blankets to keep them relaxed on the flight.

Seats

Each seat is made from genuine leather. Seats are set out in either a 3 x 3, 2 x 2 or 2 x 1 formation with 28-30" (71-76.cm) pitch, 18" (45.2cm) width and 3" (7.62cm) seat recline.


Business Class

The Business Class cabin is only available on select flights but offers a premium service, with larger seats, an exclusive Business Class food and drink offering, in-flight entertainment and access to the airline's Business Class lounge.

Seats

Seats are set out in a 2 x 2 formation.

 


Food

Qantas serves complimentary snacks and drinks on all flights, regardless of which cabin class the passenger is flying in. Passengers can choose from a range of sweet and savoury snacks, as well as hot, cold, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. 

In-flight refreshments will be served by the airline's flight attendants once the plane has taken off.

Passengers in Business Class have access to an exclusive Business Class food and drink offering.

 


Fleet

The airline has a varied fleet with aircraft models from a range of manufacturers, including Airbus, Boeing, Fokker and Bombardier. This includes models such as A320, B717, F100 and Q400, Q300, Q200 and 200 series.

 


Hub Airport

Sydney Airport

Sydney Airport (SYD) is the main airport in Sydney, Australia and the hub airport for QantasLink. The airport has three runways and three terminal buildings. QantasLink is based at Terminal 3 at the airport. Although Sydney Airport is the main base for the airline, it also has secondary bases at Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, and Perth.

Other airlines that are based at Sydney Airport include Regional Express Airlines, Virgin Australia, Jetstar Airways and Tigerair Australia. While other international airlines that fly to/from the airport Air Niugini, China Southern, Fiji Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, United Airlines and more. 

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