QantasLink is the regional brand of Australia’s flag carrier, Qantas Airways, and operates as a wholly-owned subsidiary. Founded in 2002, the airline is headquartered in Sydney and serves as a crucial connector between major cities and regional communities across Australia. QantasLink is well-regarded for its reliable services and customer-focused approach, offering the same level of comfort and amenities as its parent company, Qantas. With a modern fleet and a strong network, it provides essential air links that stimulate economic growth and development in regional Australia.


QantasLink operates a vast network of routes, linking smaller regional centers to larger Australian cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. The airline covers destinations across all states and territories in Australia, including some of the more remote locations like Broome in Western Australia or Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.


The airline operates a varied fleet of aircraft designed for regional air travel. This includes turboprop planes like the Bombardier Q400, Q300 and Q200 as well as jets like the Boeing 717. These aircraft are tailored to provide efficient and comfortable travel over shorter distances, often flying to airports that cannot accommodate larger jets.


  • IATA: QF

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