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Qantas Airways nicknamed 'the flying kangaroo' is the flag carrier of Australia and is one of the largest airlines in the world. The name 'Qantas' orginated as an acronym for 'Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services' and was originally based in Winton, Queensland. Qantas Airways head office is now based in Mascot, Sydney around the main hub and largest Airport in Australia, Sydney Airport.
Qantas is the largest domestic carrier in Australia and also services a comprehensive international network. It is the oldest continuously operated airline in the world.
Domestic Flights
Qantas services a wide range of routes within Australia including the major cities Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Canberra, Adelaide, Darwin and Perth. Flights are frequent throughout the day so check on skyscanner and use our filters for the time of day you prefer to fly.
International Flights
The Qantas international route network flies to most regions in the world with flights to Europe, Middle East, Asia, the Americas and of course New Zealand and the Pacific. Make sure you compare Qantas flights on Skyscanner to get the best travel deals.
The Qantas Frequent Flyer programme allows you to gain points towards flights and also the Qantas store. If you become a Qantas club member you can also get access to thier domestic and international lounges which are in most major airports in Australia. allows you to search for the cheapest flights available.
To book a cheap flight from Qantas, choose from the list of the flights available with Qantas above or you can use the links at the side of the page to view more airlines. To start a flight search, you can use the search controls at the top of this page.

Qantas useful information

Check-in information

As the winner of the Technology category in the 2011 Airline Strategy Awards, Qantas Airways offers you a chance to check-in right in the comforts of your home via online or mobile phone. With their online check-in service, you get to check-in conveniently from 24 hours up until one hour prior to your scheduled departure time. For the mobile check-in, on the other hand, passengers are advised to check-in from 24 hours up to 45 minutes before the flight departure. The mobile check-in service, however, is only available for domestic flights. If you’d prefer to stick to the traditional check-in methods, you can do so by going to the check-in kiosks at least one hour before departure.


With Qantas Airways, you get to choose the seat that best suits you before you even get to the airport. If you’d like some extra leg room, you may choose an exit row seat. Using the Advance Seat Selection service, you can select aisle, window or any other seats on all international flights for $25 AUD. On domestic flights, seat selection is complimentary for eligible passengers, such as Gold, Silver and Platinum Frequent Flyers. For business class passengers, they get to enjoy a great seat that converts into a 200 cm flat bed.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

The amount and weight of baggage you can check-in for your flight from Qantas Airways will vary depending on your Qantas Club membership, Qantas Frequent Flyer Status, cabin class and itinerary. On domestic flights, each passenger for the economy class is entitled to carry one piece of baggage with a maximum weight of 23 kilograms, while a business class passenger is allowed to have two pieces of baggage with a maximum weight of 32 kilograms each. For the international flights, an economy passenger is allowed to carry one to two pieces of baggage with a maximum weight of 23 kilograms per piece, while a business class passenger is entitled to have two to three pieces with a weight not more than 32 kilograms each.

Booking fees

There are no service fees for bookings that are made online. However, there are charges to bookings done through Qantas Travel outlets, Qantas airport locations and Qantas contact centres. Domestic flights have a booking fee of $35 AUD, while international flights have a $60 AUD service fee.

On time punctuality

From January 2013 to August 2013, 83% of flights from Qantas Airways were on time.