Qantas Airways is the flag carrier airline of Australia. Qantas Airways is the largest airline in Australia in terms of fleet size and international network. Qantas Airways, the world's first and third airline, was founded in November 1920. As of 1935, it started international passenger transportation. The name Qantas comes from the abbreviation of Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services. The airline, which is one of the founding companies of the Oneworld network, is also called Flying Kangaroo.
Qantas Airways is one of the most important airlines connecting Australia with the whole world. The airline, which stopped its flights for a while during the pandemic period, has now resumed its flights to America. It operates flights from Sydney to Los Angeles, Dallas, Honolulu and San Francisco. There are also flights to Los Angeles from Melbourne and Brisbane. With direct flights to London and Rome in Europe, Qantas Airline has frequent flights to Tokyo, Beijing, Bali, Jakarta, Singapore, Manila and Delhi in Asia.
Qantas Airlines has expanded its flight network to cover the whole world by making an agreement with Emirates.
A baggage allowance of 30 kg in Economy class, 40 kg in Premium Economy and Business classes and 500 kg on First Class flights is allowed on international flights. Note that a single piece of baggage must not weigh more than 32 kg and the baggage allowance may vary on different flights. It is useful to check the baggage allowance of the ticket you bought at the stage of purchasing.