About Qantas Airways (QF) Flights
Qantas Airways was founded in the Queensland outback in 1920. Qantas Airways has developed to be Australia’s largest domestic and international airlines. Registered initially as the Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Limited (QANTAS), this airline is widely regarded as the world’s leading long distance airline and one of the stoutest brands in Australia. Qantas have built a high reputation for brilliance in safety, operational reliability, engineering and maintenance and excellent customer service.
The Qantas Group’s prime business is the transportation of customer using two corresponding airline brands – Qantas and Jetstar. This airline also operate subsidiary business including other airlines, and businesses in professional markets such as Q Catering. The Qantas name is derived from "QANTAS", its original name’s acronym, "Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services", and it has been nicknamed "The Flying Kangaroo". Qantas is also one of the founding members of the Oneworld airline alliance.
Services and Amenities
Traveler can make a Qantas Airways online booking with lookupfare for four classes of travel; First, Business, Premium Economy and Economy Classes. Your first experience of the airline’s service may probably be the Qantas Airways web check in facility, which offers you the ease of checking in from 24 hours prior your departure.
Premium Economy and Economy Class passengers, while getting the advantage of soundly priced tickets, would still experience a relaxed flight with the range of menu choices and in-flight entertainment options. Business Class passengers can relax at the airport in the Qantas Lounges, and also relish comforts such as the Skybed and particularly designed menus on the flight. The indulgences for the First Class travelers go one ahead, they can experience a fully flat, extra –wide bed, an eight-course savoring menu and other deluxe amenities.
First class offers 14 individual suites in a 1-1-1 layout furnished with widescreen HD monitor with 1,000 AVOD programs, 110 V AC power outlets and USB ports. Passengers can also make us of on-board business lounge on the upper deck.
In Business class, seating is arranged in a 2-3-2 configuration on the main deck and in a 2–2 configuration on the upper deck. Touchscreen monitor with 400 AVOD programs, fully flat Sky bed seats with 200 cm seat pitch convertible into a 200 cm long bed are some of the facilities provided in Business Class.
Premium economy class is arranged in a 2-4-2 seating arrangement around on the main deck and 2-3-2 at the rear of the upper deck. However Qantas premium economy does not provide access to premium lounges and meals are only a slightly upgraded version of economy class meals.
Qantas has a pretty customary baggage allowance for each and every flight. Economy class passengers can carry with themselves one bag weighing up to 7 kg into the cabin, First, Business and Premium Economy class can take two and they must not be larger than 48cm (19in)x 34cm (13in) x 23cm (9in), unless it is a non-rigid garment bag, for more information you can check the airline baggage policy.