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Qantas Airlines

About Qantas


Founded in 1920, Qantas is now Australia's largest and the world's second oldest airline. As Australia's largest, the airline offers the most comprehensive range of domestic and international flight options from and within Australia (including scheduled services all states & territories). Two major brands operated under the Qantas network, these include Qantas/QantasLink and the low cost airline, Jetstar, which services major holiday destinations and regions. QantasLink is the regional airline which supports the Qantas domestic network. Jetstar, the Groupís low cost airline began operating Australian domestic services in May 2004. Qantas also operates specialist businesses including Qantas Holiday's, providing a range package deals and offers.

Why Fly On Qantas


It has been recently announced that Qantas made the top of the list of top 10 safest Airlines. This company has been around for over 90 years and hasnít had an accident since 1951. They are quite proud of their safety record. Australiaís very own airline, Qantas is the largest in the country. The airline is also the oldest operating airline in the world, founded in the later months of 1920. Qantas is also known for their colourful schemes on their Boeing aircrafts that represent promotions and famous events.

The main hubs for Qantas are located at the major airports in the cities of Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. The airline also services hubs in Dubai and Perth. Unlike other airlines, Qantas offers travellers a flightseeing operation to Antarctica. However, the aircraft does not touch down and it is still a spectacular view for adventurous travellers to see!

Qantas shares codeshare agreements with 21 airlines to provide more options, satisfaction and an easier travelling experience to all their customers.

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The airline emphasizes many of their top destinations to be that in Australia and Los Angeles. Although, Qantas doesnít offer hundreds of destinations as other airlines, through their code share agreements and affiliates, travellers can reach their destination easily with the trust of the Qantas group. Overall, the airline offers a total of 41 destinations, 20 domestic (within Australia) and 21 international destinations in 14 different countries. Their international destinations include that around Africa, America, Europe, Asia, and even the Oceania.

Qantas Holidays


If youíre planning on taking a vacation to Australia, Qantas is the way to travel. Twenty of their 41 destinations are within Australia. With the assistance of their affiliated airlines and subsidiaries, you will be able to travel essentially anywhere and not only in Australia.

The Qantas website is not only a great resource for those looking to take a quick trip but also those wanting to go for a vacation. The website has an option for purchasing packages, where Qantas will do all the planning for you, allowing you to do more exploring and less planning. Simply pick your desired destination and the type of adventure you would like to experience, along with your budget and they will gather all the information and details for you. Although they are well known for their destinations across Australia, there are 19 destinations travelers can choose from on the package bookings.

Qantas Business Class Flights


Qantas makes travelling easy for their customers. Travellers have the choice of 4 flight classes; First Class, Business Class, Premium Economy Class, and Economy Class. Their business class is offered on all operating 747, international Airbus A330-200s, A330-300, as well as the A380 Airbus. Those travelling in the business class have access to a 10 inch touchscreen monitor that operates approximately 400 AVOD programs. The 80 inch pitch on the seats recline to a fully flat position. Enough for passengers to comfortable sleep.
Depending on the aircraft, the seating position will vary between a 2-3-2, 2-2, and 2-2-2 configuration. There are no individually separated seats for the Business Class. Business class travellers have complimentary access to the airlines very own business class lounge or any other affiliated lounge that is offered.
Business Class passengers are welcome to use the Qantas Club lounges where available. Skybeds are available on most international routes. On flights of over 8 hours duration, passengers may choose the time of their first meal with the Dine Later option.

Their First Class, is similar to the business class just with much more complimentary features, services, and larger seats which are individually spaced. In First Class, each seat is equipped with a 110V AC power outlet. As with business class, First Class offers over 400 AVOD programs on their 10 inch touchscreen monitors.

Qantas First Class


First Class passengers are able to enter the luxurious Qantas First lounges when departing from Sydney & Melbourne, These lounges offer many exclusive benefits including showers, spa treatments, a library and a concierge service. On board, passengers can relax in seats which recline to 6ft 6in flat beds on international services, and dine on a range of fine meals and beverage options.

Qantas Economy Class


Economy Class seats on international flights feature adjustable head rests with Ďwingsí to give maximum comfort in-flight. On flights from Australia, there is a menu option which has received the Heart Foundation approval, offering a healthy choice of in-flight meal options.
Premium Economy services are available on select international flights, with benefits including a wider seat pitch, leg room and priority check in.
Domestic Economy passengers can enjoy all the benefits of a full service airline, including complimentary food, such as snacks, sandwiches and cooked meals - dependent upon the time of day travelled.

Qantas Frequent Flyer Programme


The Qantas Frequent Flyer programme is Australia's largest airline loyalty program - offering a range of benefits and earnings accrual options. Points are accumulated by purchasing goods and services from a number of travel and non-travel partners. The program provides a number of membership levels including Bronze (Standard), Silver, Gold and Platinum. For each tier, there are additional benefits, including increased baggage allowances, priority check-in, and entry into the Qantas Club (Platinum level only).
The Qantas Club provides a premium lounge service with extensive business services at a number of airports on the Qantas network. Membership is available for purchase online.

On Board Qantas


Regardless of the passengerís travel class, despite some controversies, Qantas treats all of their passengers with respect and services them with all necessary amenities to fulfil their travel needs. The seat arrangement vary per aircraft. Some include a 3-3 layout, 2-3-2 layouts and even a 3-4-3 layout on larger aircrafts. Passengers in economy class have access to every one of the 4 self-serve snack bars.

Passengers of all travel classes can easily stay entertained with the airlines many options and in-flight entertainment features. On international flights all passengerís seats, regardless of the flight class, will be equipped with an LCD screen and audio video on demand system. Passengers have access to a USB and iPod connector. Economy class seats have a 31 inch pitch and a width between 17 inches and 17.5 inches. The Premium Economy Class seats offer slightly bigger seat room with a width of about 19.5 inches and a seat pitch of 38-42 inches, depending on the aircraft.

Qantas Lounges


Qantas Club Lounges are available to paid Qantas club members. The airlines also offers access and the privilege of using the lounges through members earning the Gold or Platinum status through the frequent flyer program. As Qantas is part of the Oneworld Alliance, travellers that hold the Oneworld Sapphire and Emerald status are also allowed privileged use of the Qantas Club lounges worldwide.

Customers that are part of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program have more readily available upgrade options. Members can also easily access and view their miles with the Airlines app that is available for iOS, Windows Phone, as well as Android phones.

Booking Flight with Qantas


Even after your ticket is purchased, you are guaranteed the best possible price. After booking your ticket, if you happen to find a better price for the same exact flight, Qantas will match it! Unlike many other airlines, Qantas charges no booking fees when booking your flight, saving you up to $50.00. When booking your flight online you have access to 24/7 phone support.

Top destinations for this airline include Abu Dhabi, Adelaide, Albany, Albury, Alger (Algiers), Alicante, Alice Springs, Altus, Amman, Amritsar, Athens, Auckland, Brisbane, Gold Coast, London, Los Angeles, Melbourne, New York, Paris, Perth, Rome, Round the World, San Francisco, Sydney, Tokyo, Wellington,


For more information go to the Qantas Airlines website or contact them at; Qantas Centre, 203 Coward Rd, Mascot, Sydney 2020


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