Qantas Airways was established in the Queensland outback in 1920. This air carrier has
developed to be Australia’s largest domestic and international airline. Registered initially as the
Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Limited (QANTAS), Qantas Airways is widely
regarded as the world’s leading long distance airline and one of the strong brands in Australia.
Qantas have built a high reputation for brilliance in safety, operational reliability, engineering and
maintenance and excellent customer service.
The Qantas Group’s prime business is the transportation of customer using two corresponding
airline brands – Qantas and Jetstar. Qantas Airways also operate subsidiary business including
other airlines, and businesses in professional markets such as Q Catering.
Major Routes & Fleet Size
Qantas Airways offers services to around 42 destinations both domestic and international
spanning across Asia, Africa, Oceania, the Americas and Europe. Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Kuala
Lumpur, Johannesburg, Kolkata, Canberra, Port Hedland, etc are some of the prime destinations
of Qantas Airways.
Qantas Airways presently boasts of a fleet size of around 120 aircrafts which consists of B787-9
Dreamliner, Airbus A380, Airbus A330, Airbus A320, Boeing 747, Boeing 737, Boeing 717, are
some of the major aircrafts.
In-Flight Services & Amenities
A Qantas Airways offers its passengers a wide selection of entertainment options offering several
music albums, numerous TV channels, amazing blockbuster films, video games and radio
Passengers flying with Qantas can enjoy an incredible time with airline’s duty free shopping
Passengers traveling with Qantas in First Class are offered twelve major cuisines to select from
and compliment with a glass of exotic wine of champagne. Whereas Business Class passengers
can select from a three course meal and Premium Economy passengers are offered with mixture
of snacks and drinks to select from.
The maximum weight of each of the baggage shouldn’t exceed 15 lbs. and dimensions of the
baggage must not exceed 45 inches.
Premium Class and Economy Class passengers can carry up to 2 pieces of baggage and weight of
each baggage shouldn’t exceed over 50 lbs. Whereas, the First and Business class passengers are
allowed to carry up to 3 pieces of baggage, each baggage shouldn’t exceed over 70 lbs.
Beside, these you can also contact the airlines directly or visit their official website for the fully
detailed baggage allowance as it may differ by routes and class you are traveling.