Qantas Airways flight schedule

Qantas Airways Limited is the flag carrier of Australia. The name was originally "QANTAS", an acronym for "Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services". Nicknamed "The Flying Kangaroo", the airline is based in Sydney, with its main hub at Sydney Airport. It is Australia"s largest airline, the oldest continuously operated airline in the world and the second oldest in the world overall. Qantas headquarters are located in the Qantas Centre in the Mascot suburb of the City of Botany Bay, Sydney, New South Wales. Currently the airline is considered a four-star airline by research consultancy firm Skytrax.

Main route

Qantas flies to 20 domestic destinations and 21 international destinations in 14 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania excluding the destinations served by its subsidiaries. In the entire Qantas group it serves 60 domestic and 27 international destinations. Domestically, Qantas advertises all direct flights between Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. Qantas operates flightseeing charters to Antarctica on behalf of Croydon Travel.


Its fleet consists of 8 Airbus A330-200, 10 Airbus A330-300, 12 Airbus A380-800, 15 Boeing 737-400, 48 Boeing 737-800, 20 Boeing 747-400, 6 Boeing 747-400ER and 24 Boeing 787-9.

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Air fact:

The cheapest flights offered by Qantas Airways is for the route Flights from Canberra to Melbourne, and the longest flight is on route Flights from Coffs Harbour to Melbourne which takes 9h 49m.

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