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Schedule / Ticket Prices / Booking
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Qantas Airways cheap flights to Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, UK, US, and Vietnam

Flexible ticketsFree date change and cancellation

A flexible plane ticket allows you to change the time and date of your flight, free of charge. Learn about airlines flexible booking policies.

Qantas FFPFrequent flyer program

All you need to know about Qantas loyalty program and booking flights using Qantas Miles.

Refunds and CancellationsHow to get a refund

Guidelines on how to return Qantas ticket and get your money back.

Qantas customer serviceCall centers, phone numbers, offices

The guide to Qantas customer service, booking flight tickets over the phone, and tips on how to get help fast.

Economy, Business, or First?More comfort for less

Ticket classes you can book on Qantas flights, and how to upgrade your class without breaking the bank.

Before you fly
Qantas Airways essentials
IATA/flight CodeQF
Free Checked Baggage30-70kgfree baggage allowance depends on route, ticket class, and Qantas Frequent Flyers status
Free Cabin Baggage10-14kg
Free Inflight Mealyes, complimentary meals on most domestic and international flights
Inflight Entertainmentyes
Free Inflight Wi-Fiyes
Flight Date Changeyes (fee applies)
Destination Changeyes (fee applies)
Name Changeyes (fee may apply)
Cancellation Refundyes (fee applies)
Flexible Ticketsyes
Check-in Methodsweb, mobile, airport counter, airport kiosk
Check-in Timesdomestic flights: 24 hours to 30 minutes before departureinternational flights: 24 hours to 60 minutes before departure
Baggage Dropdomestic flights: up to 30 minutes before departureinternational flights: up to 90 minutes before departure
Boarding Gates Closing Times15 min before departure
Customer Service Channelsphone, e-mail, online chat, Twitter, Facebook, help pages
Frequent Flyer ProgramQantas Frequent Flyer
SubsidiariesQantasLink, Jetstar, Jetconnect
Airline AlliancesOneworld
Partner AirlinesAir France, Air New Zealand, Air Vanuatu, Aircalin, Airnorth, American Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Bangkok Airways, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern, Emirates, Fiji Airways, Japan Airlines, Jetstar, KLM, QantasLink, Solomon Airlines, SriLankan Airlines,
HeadquartersMascot, Australia
Airline HubsBrisbane Airport, Melbourne Airport, Sydney Airport, Adelaide Airport, Dubai International Airport
DestinationsArgentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, Bermuda, Canada, Chile, China, Egypt, Fiji, France, French Polynesia, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Serbia, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, South Korea, Syria, Taiwan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam, Zimbabwe
Popular RoutesMelbourne - Sydney, Singapore - London, Brisbane - Cairns, Perth - Broome, Sydney - Brisbane, Brisbane - Townsville, Sydney - Adelaide, Canberra - Brisbane, Brisbane - Longreach, Adelaide - Alice Springs, Brisbane - Melbourne, Melbourne - Perth, Perth - London,
FleetAirbus A330-200, Airbus A330-300, Airbus A380-800, Boeing 737-800, Boeing 747-400ER, Boeing 787-9
SkyTrax Rating6/10
Cabin class
  • complimentary standard seat selection
  • seat pitch of 30"-31"
  • seat recline of 4"-6"
  • 30kg of checked baggage (2 pieces up to 23kg each)
  • inflight meals including a welcome drink, wines, wines, and snackbars
  • inflight entertainment
  • amenity kit (selected flights)
  • lounge access (Frequent Flyers and Qantas Club members).
Cabin class
  • separate space for Premium Economy cabin with 32 or 40 seats
  • seats with 42" pitch, 19.5" width and 9" recline
  • 40kg of checked baggage (2 pieces up to 23kg each)
  • inflight dining with extensive menu and wine list
  • snacks and drinks in self-serve bars (B787-9 and A380 aircraft)
  • inflight entertainment with larger screen and noise-canceling headphones
  • amenity kit on overnight flights
  • power access and USB ports (selected aircraft)
  • dedicated check-in and priority boarding lane
  • 30%-90% more expensive than Economy Class
Qantas flight review

Qantas Economy Class reviewBoeing 737, Sydney to Adelaide

Cabin class
  • private Business Suite/Skybed that reclines to a fully-flat bed
  • seats with 78" pitch, 21.5" width
  • 40kg of checked baggage (3 pieces up to 32kg each)
  • cotton duvet, mattress, and a European style pillow
  • personal on-demand inflight entertainment system with large HD screen and noise-canceling headphones
  • inflight dining, including wines and champagne
  • stylish Qantas Curates amenity kit to take home
  • priority check-in and dedicated boarding lane
  • access to Qantas Business lounges
  • 80%-120% more expensive than Premium Economy
Cabin class
  • spacious individual First Suite, armchair with in-seat massage
  • bedding down service: 212cm long bed with pillow, cotton woven throw, duvet, and memory foam mattress
  • 50kg of checked baggage (3 pieces up to 32kg each)
  • restaurant-style dining experience
  • snacks, light meals, prestige wines, spirits available at any time
  • luxurious amenities
  • personal on-demand inflight entertainment system
  • dedicated First check-in area and fast-track through immigration
  • priority boarding access through a dedicated lane
  • First Lounges, with signature menu and private business suites,
  • complimentary spa treatments (Sydney and Melbourne lounges)
  • ~100% more expensive than Business Class
Qantas flight review

Qantas Business Class reviewBoeing 797-9, Melbourne to San Francisco

Qantas tips & tricks

80-hour rule for seat selection

Because Qantas restricts access to sought-after seats to elite frequent flyers, you may not see those seats as available during the booking process. But these restrictions are lifted 80 hours before a flight. So, if you want to snap up your favorite seat, log in to Qantas Manage Booking 80 hours before departure, check for previously unavailable seats, and change your seat selection. Please note that some seats (as emergency seats with extra legroom) are available at an additional cost, with prices starting at 10 AUD (~7.5 USD).

Adjust your travel dates

Prices skyrocket during holidays – watch out for local holidays and adjust your travel dates to avoid expensive tickets. Cheap flights are non-existent during popular “red days” like Chinese New Year or Idul Fitri.  Prices can go as high as 5 times the price of the ticket for non-peak dates.

Get them early

To enjoy low price tickets, get them early – at least 3-4 weeks in advance. Near your travel date, Qantas prices will start skyrocketing and you will be paying a premium price targeted at latecomers. Use our Cheap Flight Center to find the dates with the lowest fares.

Watch for a good sale

Qantas publishes its web promotions frequently. To get a great bargain be sure to watch the sales on their website over the course of several weeks. Subscribe to their newsletter and follow Qantas accounts on social media. Or just use Promo Radar that collects promotions from all airlines in one place.

Best times to call Qantas

Qantas call centre wait times may be frustratingly long unless you have a high Qantas Frequent Flyer status (Platinum or Gold). Even if Qantas offers a call-back service, it doesn’t reduce the overall waiting time. To decrease lengthy periods on hold, try to call Qantas at off-peak times during the middle of the week. Experienced Qantas customers suggest that the best time to call is early in the morning (4 am – 7 am AEST). Also, late hours on weekends can increase the chance for your call to be answered promptly.

Fly around the world with the Qantas Oneworld Award

Oneworld is a multi-city award program on steroids that lets you fly around the world in exchange for your Qantas Points (as little as 130,000 Points in Economy or 300,000 Points in Business class). You can travel up to 35,000 miles with up to 16 flight sectors. A quick comparison with a return ticket from Australia to London which costs 110,000 Points, makes Oneworld probably the best way to redeem Qantas Points! There’s a small catch though – you will also need to pay a cash component to cover taxes and airline surcharges, most likely A$1,000 – A$2,000.

Find best Qantas economy seats

Contrary to the popular view, not all economy seats on a plane are created equal. Some seats have slight advantages over others. It all depends on the aircraft, so we recommend visiting the SeatGuru website, where after entering your flight number you will be presented with a detailed seat map. Hover over individual seats to compare quality, and check out other travelers’ reviews. Detailed seat maps on Qantas website may also be useful.

Tight airport connection?

Pick a set near the front of the plane if you booked connecting flights. Two or more flights on one ticket often have a tight airport connection, so being near the front exit door can shave 5–10 minutes off your deplaning time, especially on larger planes. Yes, Qantas charges extra fees for those seats, but it may be worth it.

Save 99.50 AUD on Qantas Frequent Flyer membership

Qantas Frequent Flyer program is free for citizens of countries other than Australia and New Zealand. Although, if you live in those two countries, you can take advantage of this promo code to also join the Qantas loyalty program without paying a 99.50 AUD membership fee.

Use SMS service for fast customer service feedback

Qantas recently introduced a convenient SMS service as a part of its Customer Support. It appears that SMS-es get replied much quicker than calls, live chat messages, e-mails, or even social media DMs. Reportedly, the Qantas staff that you can reach via SMS is much more knowledgeable and experienced than those who serve other support channels. To text Qantas via SMS, use 0477 QANTAS or 0477 726 827. Please note that Qantas SMS service is available to customers within Australia only.

Lost baggage prevention

Avoid lost luggage nightmare by removing old tags on your suitcases. Tags are printed with a barcode which is used for identification and tracking – so the old tags can really confuse baggage handlers and the conveyor belt scanners. They are one of the reasons so many bags miss their flight or get misrouted.

Book with a travel agent if your card is not accepted

If Qantas does not accept your credit or debit card, try to book your flight with one of our partners instead. Start with a flight search, then choose the partner offering the best deal for your ticket. Being independent OTA (Online Travel Agent) they focus on having the widest range of payment methods available – including most credit/debit cards, PayPal, Stripe, Google Pay, cryptocurrency, and more.

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Qantas Review

Being the second oldest independent airline in the world, Qantas is also undeniably one of the best airlines. It serves more than 180 destinations across the globe. Economy Class travelers have access to an abundance of services including comfortable seats with plenty of legroom, personal screens with a wide selection of movies, sports, news and music channels, delicious cuisine plus beverages and snacks, magazines, and more. Flying Business Class with Qantas opens a world of luxury: comfortable leather seats and cozy seat-bed, a wide selection of excellent cuisine, wines and spirits, laptop ports, large personal screens with a huge selection of TV channels to choose from, video on demands, in-flight duty-free shopping and much more. Qantas airline is one of traveler’s best choices in Asia Pacific.