Qantas is the largest airline and flag carrier of Australia. The airline flies to destinations in Australia, Oceania, Asia, South America, North America, and Africa.
Qantas is a fully independent airline that has multiple subsidiaries. Two of these subsidiaries are airlines, these are QantasLink and Jetstar Airways. QantasLink is one of these subsidiaries, it operates domestic flights for Qantas. The airline also has a low-cost airline which is called Jetstar Airways.
- Frequent Flyer Program
- Qantas Frequent Flyer
Qantas was founded in 1920 and commenced its operation one year later.
All passengers traveling with Qantas on domestic flights can bring 1 large piece of cabin luggage and a garment bag or 2 small pieces of cabin luggage on board with a maximum combined weight of 10 kg. This allowance is the same for all First, Business and Premium Economy passengers on long-haul flights. For Economy passengers, the allowance on long-haul flights is just 1 large bag and a garment bag with a maximum combined weight of 7 kg. The amount of permitted checked baggage on Qantas domestic flights is 1 piece of checked baggage with a maximum weight of 23 kg in Economy Class and 2 pieces of 32 kg in Business Class. For international destinations, the amount of permitted baggage may differ. Please consult website Qantas for more information.
Qantas offers free in-flight Wi-Fi on some of its Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A330 aircraft. Please consult website Qantas for more information.
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