The Qantas Difference

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As Australia’s borders reopen, Qantas is more committed than ever to finding ways of encouraging our mutual customers to return to the skies with confidence.

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Why fly Qantas

Our new campaign helps our customers rediscover their love of travel, and Qantas through warm, uplifting visuals that highlight our commitment to providing each traveller with a premium, seamless and enjoyable end-to-end experience.

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Travel Ready

Fly away with customised digital travel guides, reminders and notifications for peace of mind every step of the way.

Travel ready
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All-inclusive fares

Fly away with complimentary food, drinks, entertainment, baggage and more.

Reasons to fly Qantas
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Extensive lounge network

Fly away with over 650 Qantas and partner lounges across Australia and the world.


 

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Fly Well

Fly away knowing your safety, health and wellbeing is and always will be, our highest priority.


 

Fly Well

Important Information

Disclaimer: + The number of Australian destinations is correct as at 7 May 2021, but is subject to change. Before booking and departure, ensure you check the latest Australian domestic travel requirements and/or international travel requirements, which may include mandatory health declarations, vaccinations, COVID-19 tests, use of face masks, entry permits, pre-approval and quarantine (possibly at your own expense), or you could be denied entry. All travellers are responsible for ensuring they are eligible to enter Australia prior to booking. All passengers aged 12 years and older on Qantas international flights will be required to be fully vaccinated with a TGA-approved or recognised vaccineOpens external site in a new window (some exceptions apply). Provide proof of a negative NAA test taken within 3 days of travel or a RAT administered by a medical professional taken within 24 hours of travel. Exemptions and extensions for some countries apply. Find out moreOpens external site in a new window.