Qantas is the largest airline in Australia when it comes to international destinations, international flights and fleet size. It is also the flag carrier of the country. The airline has its main hub in Sydney, but also holds major hubs in Brisbane and Melbourne. The majority of Qantas’ operations take place in Oceania. They are a part of the global alliance Oneworld.
CALLSIGN: Q LINK. IATA Code: QF. ICAO Code: KZZV
Qantas 30 days of scheduled flights
Flights with Qantas that are seasonal or re-launching again.
|May 22||SYD||Sydney||San Francisco||SFO||»|
|Jun 14||JFK||New York||Auckland||AKL||»|
|Jun 20||MEL||Melbourne||Hong Kong||HKG||»|
Recently added routes to our site. This usually means the flight route is new.
Qantas operates over 230 flight routes. Here are the most popular.
Aircraft models scheduled to fly with Qantas.
|Boeing 737-800 (winglets) Passenger/BBJ2||8880|
|De Havilland (Bombardier) DHC-8-400 Dash 8Q||4974|
|De Havilland (Bombardier) DHC-8-300 Dash 8 / 8Q||1833|
|De Havilland (Bombardier) DHC-8 Dash 8||353|
|Airbus A380-800 Passenger||236|
Sorted by the number of departing flights next month.
An airline hub is an airport where the airline has a heavy presence and normally some kind of headquarters. On the other hand, a focus city is a destination where the airline operates limited point-to-point routes. In these cities, the airline doesn’t necessarily need to have an office (even though this sometimes is the case). Many low-cost airlines don't use the definition 'hub' but instead define their main airports of operations as an operating base.