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Qantas is the flag carrier of Australia and the biggest airline in the continent in terms of fleet, number of international flights, and number of international destinations. It is the third oldest operating airline in the world, established in 1920 and having launched its first passenger flight in 1935. The name Qantas is an acronym for Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services, but many people simply call it The Flying Kangaroo.

The fleet contains Boeing 747-400s, Airbus A380s, Airbus 330-300s, and Q400s for Qantaslink. Qantas flies to 62 destinations around the globe, but Tel Aviv is not one of them. You can catch a flight with Qantas from Barcelona, Frankfurt, London, Paris or Rome, and of course if you travel within Australia or New Zealand.

Information is correct as of April 2017

Why Fly With Qantas

How to Check In

The online and mobile check-in period starts 24 hours before and ends 30 minutes prior to your flight. If you choose mobile check-in you will receive your boarding pass on your smartphone. If you check in online on a different device,you can print your boarding pass. Check on Qantas’ website if the airport you depart from supports these services. On domestic flights in Australia, you can select automatic check-in while booking your flight and Qantas will check you in automatically, so you don’t have to worry about it. Of course, you can do it the old school way at the airport, just don’t forget to check the timetable for the related airport. Frequent flyers with an elite status and First Class passengers have a designated check-in area.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Checked Baggage allowance varies depending on your destination. On international flights, you can board with one carry-on item with the dimensions up to 56x36x23 cm and no more than 7 kg. First, Business and Premium Economy can board with two carry-on items. All passengers can bring an additional personal item.


Economy class’ seat pitch is 79-81 cm. Airbus A380-800s have power sockets too. Premium Economy has a comfortable seat pitch of 96.5-106.7 cm. Business Class passengers mostly have 127-152 cm of legroom, but on some planes there are flat-beds and on others 89-94 cm. First Class travelers will get either flat beds or suites.

Booking Fees

Qantas adds a credit card fee to reservations made from Australia, 0.6%-1.3%. There is no booking fee for online reservations. However, if you go to a ticket center, you will pay 35-60 Australian Dollars for your purchase.

Service on Board

Depending on your destination, you will enjoy a delicious meal with dishes such as spiced lamb koftas with tomato, Riverina feta and roast potatoes, and more. You will also be served snacks and drinks throughout the flight. Business and First Class travelers will experience fine dining cuisine with a choice of up to 12 menus. In First Class, you will have the opportunity to choose between award-winning wines and prestigious champagnes. To pass the time on international flights, Qantas offers you an on-demand entertainment system, including dozens of movies and hundreds of TV shows, as well as music and video games.

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