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Cheap flights on Qantas Airways


Qantas is Australia's largest domestic and international airline carrier, flying passengers throughout the world to enticing destinations across the Pacific, Europe, Asia, the Americas and Africa. And Jetabroad can put you on a cheaper Qantas flight to any of these continents. Whether you are looking for flights to Sydney or flights from Brisbane, Jetabroad can help you book today.

Qantas reaches major international cities including London, Paris, Los Angeles, New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Santiago, Bangkok, Johannesburg, Vancouver, Mumbai and Singapore. It also has expansive domestic coverage to and from the major cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Cairns and Darwin, as well as other exquisite tourist spots such as Great Barrier Reef, Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the great Australian outback. Qantas also makes frequent visits to its friendly neighbour down under downunder , New Zealand's major cities of Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown.

Qantas is affiliated with Jetstar, Jetstar Asia and Australian Airlines. Jetstar and Australian Airlines are wholly owned by Qantas but operate independently as discount carriers. Jetstar Asia is a partnership between Qantas and Singaporean businessmen Tony Chew, FF Wong and Temasek Holdings.

Jetstar uses the previous low cost airline Impulse and flies business and leisure travellers to and from New Zealand and Australia. Jetstar Asia flies to Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Manila, Taipei, Kolkata, and Phuket. Australian Airlines flies to 13 destinations: Cairns, the Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Darwin, Bali, Hong Kong, Singapore and the Japanese cities of Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka and Sapporo.

Where it all began

Qantas airlines has a reputation for excellent service, as well as an enviable and unparalleled safety record. The airline was founded in the Queensland outback in 1920. The unique name Qantas (often misspelled as 'Quantas') is an acronym of its former name - Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Limited (QANTAS).

The Qantas fleet totals 194 aircraft and includes, six new Boeing 747-400ER aircraft, four new Airbus 330-200 , three Airbus 330-300 aircraft and twenty three new Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The fleet is also famously referred to as 'flying art', referring to the Aboriginal designs that adorn the aircraft.

Oneworld Alliance

As part of the oneworld (One World) alliance, when you fly with Qantas and other airlines in the network, you are collecting frequent flyer points that can be redeemed for flights, accommodation and other travel related benefits.

The Qantas Frequent Flyer programme has three levels of membership - Silver, Gold and Platinum. The higher the membership level, the greater the benefits and privileges. Every time you fly with Qantas or the oneworld alliance  network, you collect points that can be redeemed for flights, upgrades and other travel-related benefits.

The oneworld alliance is a major programme with a flight network including Aer Lingus, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, LAN and  Qantas. This is continually developing, with new airlines coming on board. Very good news for those travellers on code share flights, who are still able to collect points from affiliated partner airlines.

Qantas Club - 250 Lounges Worldwide

The Qantas Club, together with partner airlines, has 250 associated lounges worldwide

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