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Qantas Airlines

Qantas is the flag carrier of Australia. It is an Acronym for ‘Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services.’ Headquartered in Sydney, Qantas operates from Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne airports. Qantas’ secondary hubs are at Adelaide, Dubai and Perth airports. Qantas has made Los Angeles, Cairns and Darwin as its focus cities. Qantas is the largest carrier in Australia in terms of fleet, routes and passengers. JetConnect, a regional carrier with flights to New Zealand and JetStar Airways, a low cost carrier that primarily serves South East Asia and Oceania are wholly owned subsidiaries of Qantas.

Qantas is one of the founding members of the Oneworld Airline Alliance.

Fleet:

The Qantas fleet consists of 67 Boeing 737-800s, 5 Boeing 747-400s, 6 Boeing 747-400ERs, 18 Airbus A330-200s, 10 Airbus A330-300s, and 12 Airbus A380-300.

Qantas’s Domestic Destinations:

Qantas currently serves 62 domestic destinations. Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Cairns and Darwin are the major hubs for Qantas’ domestic network.

Qantas’s International Destinations: 

Qantas’s currently has scheduled flights to Chile, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, UAE, UK, and USA

Available Classes

Qantas has three Classes, First, Business and Economy Class.

Documents

Travellers should always carry their passport with applicable visas for international flights. Government issued IDs will do for domestic flights. All passengers must have their boarding passes and photo ID at all times. Know more about documents that you need to carry here.

Inflight Service

The inflight magazine, ‘Qantas’ offers an insight to the best restaurants, hotels and the hottest seasonal destinations. All flights provide entertainment with TV shows, movies, radio and games.  Qantas also offers passengers satellite phones to call anywhere in the world.  

Meals

Qantas offers alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, light snacks and hot and cold meals. Special meals can be booked 12 hrs prior to departure.  

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How to Check-in

All Qantas passengers are expected to check-in 2hrs prior to departure as counters close 45mins prior to departure. Check-in times may change as individual airports may have specific timings. For airport specific check-in times, click here. Web check-in for flights can be done from 24 to 2hrs prior to departure. Mobile check-ins can be done from 24hrs – 30mins prior to departure. Click here for web and mobile check-in.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Qantas has a very intricate baggage allowance policy based on route and fare. 1pc checked baggage cannot exceed 32kg or 158cm (height+width+depth) 1pc carry-on baggage must be less than 7kg and105cm (height+width+depth). Economy passengers are allowed 30kg, Premium economy and Business passengers are allowed 40kg while First class passengers are allowed 50kg of checked in baggage. Read more for route specific checked baggage and carry-on baggage rules for Qantas.

Seating

All Qantas Boeing 737-800s come with 174 seats, Boeing 747-400s have 364 seats, Boeing 747-400ERs come with 364 seats. Qantas’ Airbus A330-200s come with 271 seats, Airbus A330-300s have 297 seats, and the Airbus A380-300s have 484 seats each.

Booking Fees

If one is booking from the Qantas website, then booking fees aren’t charged. Qantas has 4 classes - Economy, Premium Economy, Business, International Business and First Class. There are extra charges for booking over phone and counters, changing, cancellation of itineraries.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 15 days.