Qantas Airways Limited, commonly known simply as Qantas, is Australia’s flag carrier and one of the oldest airlines in the world. Founded in 1920 in the Queensland outback, Qantas has grown to become an aviation powerhouse with a strong global presence. The airline is headquartered in Sydney and is renowned for its high-quality service, safety records, and innovation in the aviation industry. It is also famous for operating some of the longest flights in the world, including a direct service from Sydney to London. Qantas’ extensive network serves both domestic and international markets, offering a wide range of travel options.
Qantas operates an extensive network, serving more than 85 destinations in over 20 countries, including flights within Australia and to the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Major routes include Sydney to Los Angeles, Melbourne to London, and Brisbane to Tokyo.
The airline’s fleet is a mix of narrow-body and wide-body aircraft, primarily consisting of Boeing and Airbus models. For its long-haul international flights, Qantas mainly uses Boeing 787 Dreamliners and Airbus A380s. The domestic and regional flights are typically operated using Boeing 737s and Airbus A320s.
- IATA: QF
- ICAO: QFA
Official site: www.qantas.com