Founded on 1920 in the Queensland, Qantas Airways has currently become the largest domestic and international airline of Australia. The airline is originally registered as the Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Limited (QANTAS). It is generally admired as the world's most prominent long distance airline. Establishing one of the excellent brands in Australia, the airline has earned a reputation for offering quality services, best safety measures, operational consistency, excellent maintenance, and great customer service.
Qantas Airways is the flag carrier airline of Australia and a member of oneworld alliance. It is also nicknamed as ‘Flying kangaroo’. The airline started giving its international services in May, 1935. The airline is based in the Sydney suburb of Mascot and its main hub is located at Sydney Airport. The airline uses two complementary airline brands, including Qantas and Jetstar to provide transportation to customers. The airline also operates various airline subsidiaries to serve regional, domestic and international sectors.
Qantas Airways Top Flight RoutssQantas Airways has a fleet size of 130 aircrafts, including Airbus and Boeing. It covers 20 domestic and 21 international destinations in 14 countries across five continents, including Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceania. Along with its subsidiaries, it flies to 65 domestic and 27 international destinations. The top flight Routss covered by Qantas Airways are Sydney to Singapore and Singapore to Sydney. In Australia, the airline flies to several destinations like Perth, Darwin, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane. The airline also serves to premium European cities like London, Paris, Moscow, Rome, Athens, St. Petersburg, and much more. In the Middle-East, it serves to Jeddah, Doha, Dubai, Muscat and Baghdad. Qantas Airways flies to various Asian destinations, including Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore and Beijing. African destinations covered by the airline are Durban, Harare, Luanda, Johannesburg, Nairobi, Victoria Falls and Lusaka. The airline covers American cities like Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas, Detroit, Santiago, Sao Paulo, and New York. Covering a large number of destinations, Qantas serves to each corner of the world.
For passengers traveling with Qantas Airways, baggage allowance is 2 pieces of 23kg each in Economy, 3 pieces of 32kg each in Business & First Class, and 1 piece of maximum weight 10kg per infant in all international flights. No single baggage of checked item should exceed to the weight of 32kgs. For domestic flights, baggage allowance is 1 piece of 23kg each in Economy and 2 pieces of 32kg each in Business class. One carryon baggage of 7 kg/per passenger is also allowed in each class of the airline.