Cheap Qantas Flights (QF)


Founder oneworld member, Qantas is among the world's leading long distance airlines and one of Australia's strongest brands. It was originally formed in 1920 as Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services, and claims to be the world's second oldest airline.

In May 2004, Qantas launched a low-cost domestic carrier, Jetstar and a Singapore-based counterpart JetStar Asia. Qantas also holds a 46.3 per cent stake in Air Pacific. None of these carriers are affiliated to oneworld.

With its main base in Sydney, together with its regional affiliates, operating as QantasLink, it offers an unparalleled network in its home continent, serving some 60 Australian airports. Add its international destinations and it serves more than 70 destinations in more than 15 countries, in Asia/Pacific, Europe, North America and Africa.

Travel Classes:
On its international routes, Qantas offers three classes of service:

First class, complete with fully-flat seat beds
International Business, with Skybed seats, which convert into what the airline describes as the world's longest business class bed, at almost two metres long
International Economy
In addition, it offers a fourth cabin, Premium Economy, on international flights operated by its Boeing 747-400s and Airbus A380s.

On domestic flights, it offers Business and Economy cabins, with an upgraded Cityflyer service available on routes between the country's major business centres.

Codeshare Partners:
Qantas has an extensive "joint services agreement" with fellow oneworld founder member British Airways, a wide-ranging commercial agreement with American Airlines and code-shares also with Cathay Pacific, Finnair and LAN.

Beyond oneworld, it has commercial links with Aircalin, Air France, Air Malta, Air Niugini, Air North, Air Pacific, Air Tahiti Nui, Air Vanuatu, Alaska, Asiana, America West, China Eastern, EVA Air, Gulf Air, Jet Airways, Norfolk Jet Express, Polynesian, South African and Vietnam.

oneworld Airline Affiliates:
QantasLink: Qantas' wholly-owned regional airline, comprising three carriers - Airlink (National Jet Systems), Sunstate Airlines and Eastern Australia Airlines. As QantasLink, they operate some 2,000 flights a week to 50 metropolitan and regional destinations across Australia with a fleet of 44 aircraft - 34 Dash 8 turboprops and ten BAe146 regional jets - all using the QF flight prefix. Its in-flight services are consistent with those of Qantas mainline, with its staff wearing the regular Qantas uniform and aircraft painted in Qantas livery. It shares Qantas' main website
JetConnect: A wholly-owned subsidiary of Qantas, operating a domestic network in New Zealand and a selection of trans-Tasman routes between New Zealand and Australia. All flights use the QF designator with levels of in-flight service consistent with those of Qantas mainline. Its staff wear regular Qantas uniforms and its nine Boeing 737-300s are painted in Qantas livery. It operates some 350 flights a week, and boarded two million passengers last year. Its website is

Frequent Flyer:
Greater benefits with Frequent Flyer

In addition to the wide variety of benefits already enjoyed through membership of the Qantas Frequent Flyer Program, members can earn and redeem points on all oneworld carriers, as well as earn tier credits towards recognition on all oneworld carriers.

Airport Lounge Tour:
Experience the Qantas First and Business Lounges

Qantas invites oneworld Emerald and Sapphire members to relax in the Qantas First and Business Lounges when travelling on qualifying flights.

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