About Qantas Airways (QF) Flights
Qantas Airways is Australia’s flag carrier airline. It is the largest air carrier of Australia in terms of fleet size, international destinations and international flights. Founded in November 1920, Qantas commenced its operations in March 1921 and holds the record of being the third oldest airline company in the world.
Qantas Airways is headquartered in Mascot, New South Wales with its primary base at Sydney Airport. It also maintains secondary hubs at Adelaide Airport, Perth Airport and Dubai International Airport.
Qantas is one of the founding members of the international airline alliance Oneworld. Its frequent flyer program is called Qantas Frequent Flyer. It is nicknamed ‘The Flying Kangaroo’.
Connectivity and Fleet Size
Qantas offers flight deals to a total of 41 destinations (20 domestic and 21 international) in 14 countries spanning across Asia, Africa, Europe, Oceania and the Americas. Along with its subsidiaries, it flies to 65 domestic and 31 international destinations.
You can find Qantas Airways tickets to destinations like Canberra, Hamilton Island, Mackay, Port Hedland, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Kolkata, Kuala Lumpur, Mexico City, Johannesburg, etc.
Qantas presently boasts of a fleet size of 118 aircrafts.
Services and Amenities
A Qantas Airways reservation will get you the following amenities and services –
Qantas provides its passengers a wide array of entertainment options offering over 1000 music albums, 500 TV channels, 100 films, 80 games and 20 radio channels to choose from on selected aircrafts.
With Qantas’s state-of-the-art in-flight communication system, passengers can keep in touch with their near and dear ones. Once the flight takes off, passengers can use their personal devices and cell phones onboard. Power ports are also offered on many flights.
First Class passengers are offered 12 main dishes to choose from and compliment them with a glass of exotic champagne or wine. Business Class passengers can chose from a three course meal or a light bite. Chicken schnitzel, Swiss cheese and toasted sandwich are some of the items offered. Premium Economy passengers are offered a variety of snacks and drinks to choose from. The main dishes are accompanied by exotic wines. Seats in Economy Class are equipped with self-service bars offering a selection of snacks, fresh fruits, ice-cream and much more.
Shoppers are in for a great time with the airline’s duty free shopping service onboard. Select from a wide array of electronic devices, fragrances and accessories. Buying duty-free items also reward you with Qantas points which you can later redeem for different rewards.
For Passengers traveling international routes in any of the classes –
The maximum dimensions of the baggage must not exceed 45 linear inches and in case of a non rigid garment bag, 73 inches.
The maximum weight of each of the baggage must not exceed 15 lbs.
Checked Baggage Allowance:
For passengers traveling to North and South America:
Economy and Premium Class passengers can carry up to 2 pieces of baggage, each not exceeding 50 lbs.
Business and First Class passengers can carry up to 3 pieces of baggage, each not exceeding 70 lbs.