Qantas Airlines has the largest fleet size of any Australian airline and is the country’s flag carrier airline. Not only this, but it’s also the third oldest airline still in operation today in the world, having been originally established in 1920.
Over 80 worldwide destinations can be reached by travelling with Qantas, which is a part of the Oneworld alliance. The airline has a frequent flier membership scheme known as the Frequent Flyer program, which has five tiered sections and includes benefits such as access to business lounges, extra checked baggage and OneWorld status that depends on your level of points.
I have flown with Qantas Airlines on my honeymoon as well as several other journeys, and have always found that the cabin crew in particularly make it a very memorable experience, with signature Australian friendliness. The first class service in particular is good, which you can read about in the reviews below.
Check out some of my Qantas Airlines Reviews below:
Frequently Asked Questions:
Which airlines are affiliated with Qantas?
Qantas Airlines is partnered with 31 different airlines in order to provide a worldwide service, including American Airlines, British Airways, Emirates and Air New Zealand. You can see the full list of the airline’s partners here.
What airlines can you use Qantas frequent flyer points with?
You can earn and use Qantas Frequent Flyer points by travelling with any of the airline’s partners on eligible flights, as well as many of the members of the Oneworld alliance. Points can be used in exchange for Classic Flight Rewards, towards paying for tickets, to upgrade your ticket, where eligible, and to bid for an upgrade to the premium cabin.
Does Qantas fly from the USA?
Qantas Airlines offers flights to and from 6 key destinations in North America: Los Angeles, Dallas/Fort Worth, New York, San Francisco, Chicago and Honolulu. You can fly from many other destinations with Qantas through their partners, opening up access to over 150 cities.
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