Qantas Qantas Airlines

Qantas is Australia's national carrier and one of the leading airlines in the Asia-Pacific region. In 2020 Qantas will celebrate its 100th anniversary, which makes the Australian airline one of the world's top-three oldest airlines. Today, and as a member of the OneWorld Alliance, Qantas and its codeshare partners fly to over 100 destinations in the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, the South Pacific, and Asia. In addition, Qantas has three subsidiaries, including low cost airline Jetstar Airways, which serves over 30 domestic and international destinations.

Qantas also stands out among other airlines due to its commitment to reducing its environmental impact and to promoting sustainable travel and tourism through a management model that prioritises green practices. The airline has received several awards in recognition of its focus on sustainability, including the 2013 Eco-Pioneer of the Year Award and the 2012 Leading in Sustainability Award.

Qantas Airfares on Sale

Qantas Airfares on Sale

BostontoSydneyDep: Tue 13/Feb/18Ret: Thu 22/Mar/18$1,419Select Flight
ClevelandtoBrisbaneDep: Wed 20/Jun/18Ret: Mon 02/Jul/18$1,326Select Flight
DenvertoSydneyDep: Thu 11/Jan/18Ret: Sun 21/Jan/18$2,282Select Flight

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Qantas flys to:
Aberdeen, Auckland, Amsterdam, Stockholm - Arlanda, Bangkok, Mumbai, Boston, Budapest, Paris - Ch. De Gaulle, Christchurch, Copenhagen, Delhi, Denver - International, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denpasar/Bali, Dusseldorf, Edinburgh, Newark - Newark, Frankfurt, Guadalajara, Glasgow, Geneva, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Washington - Dulles, Incheon - Incheon Intl, New York - John F Kennedy International, Johannesburg, Osaka - Kansai International, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, London - Heathrow, Lyon, Manchester, Orlando, Mexico City, Miami, Manila, Munich, Nadi, Nice, Newcastle, Tokyo - Narita, Chicago - OHare, Oslo, Portland, Beijing (Peking), Port Moresby, Papeete, Shanghai, San Diego, Santiago de Chile, Seattle, San Francisco, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, St. Louis, Berlin - Tegel, Vienna, Port Vila, Wellington, Vancouver, Toronto, Queenstown

What people are saying about qantas right now:


Steve Smith update - Wisden India
Cricket Australia has today confirmed that Australian Captain Steve Smith will return home from the Qantas Tour of India with a shoulder injury. Bupa Support Team Doctor Richard Saw said: “Smith landed awkwardly on his right shoulder whilst diving in ...
Injury forces Smith out of T20Is - cricket.com.au
Australian captain Steve Smith has been sent home from the Qantas Tour of India due to a shoulder problem. Smith had an MRI scan on his sore right shoulder following training in Ranchi on Thursday and after he sat out most of Friday night's session, ...
Frances Bean Cobain "Grateful To Wake Up" After Her Flight Caught On Fire Earlier This Week - W Magazine
Don't expect to see Frances Bean Cobain on an airplane anytime in the near future. On September 30, Air France flight 66 from Paris to Los Angeles suffered “serious damage to one of its four engines,” the airline confirmed. The plane, a Qantas Airbus ...
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@dogsswingman Sorry for the let down Xavier. Please DM further details of your experience so we can follow up. MP https://t.co/K8pFuJSEsT
Twitter: From user 'Qantas'
@LintsLints This is music to our ears Jillian! We'll let our QF154 team know they're amazing. ???? Zen
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@JohnRDonovan We understand delays can be frustrating John, your feedback has been taken onboard. Maritha
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@rocklilydesign Hi Mitchell, we'd like to look into this. Can you please DM your booking reference, names of passengers and flight details?
Trading Review: Chaikin Oscillator Above Zero for Qantas Airways Ltd (QAN.AX) - MTNV
Watching the technicals on shares of Qantas Airways Ltd (QAN.AX), we have recently noted that the Chaikin Oscillator is above zero. Traders may be following the stock over the next few trading periods to spot any potential signs of bullish momentum. We ...
Twitter: From user 'Angela Banbury'
Why not?! Just a little treat while waiting for my flight to London in the @qantas lounge. Hope… https://t.co/9FLX1aJVxI
Rugby star Israel Folau doubles down on same-sex marriage opposition - PinkNews
Israel Folau posted to Twitter last month explaining why he will vote 'no' in the country's vote on marriage rules. The opposition comes despite his own team, Qantas Wallabies, being strongly in support of a measure to legalise same-sex marriage.
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