1 aircraft every 3 weeks over the next 3 years
With a multi-billion dollar investment in the Qantas Group fleet, we’re taking delivery of 169 new aircraft, including 3 x additional 787-9s this year, 29 x A220s and 20 x A321-XLRs from 2024, and 12 x A350s from 2025 as part of Project Sunrise.
The 169 aircraft is based on current committed Qantas Group orders between 2023 and 2030.
Leading the way in ultra long-haul travel
As part of our investment in fleet, 12 new A350 aircraft will be added in late 2025. Developed as part of Project Sunrise, it will enable non-stop flying from Australia to almost anywhere in the world, including from Sydney to New York.
An aircraft designed to redefine the way we travel, Australian industrial designer David Caon, Neil Perry and the Charles Perkins Centre, have worked together to ensure our A350s deliver a five-star flying experience with premium designer details and all new levels of luxurious comfort.
The A350 also sets a new standard in premium travel with over forty percent of the aircraft dedicated to our premium cabins.
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Designed for long-haul travel
As part of our investment, we’re also pleased to be adding 3 additional B787-9s to our fleet. Fitted with state-of-the-art technology to ensure a smoother flight, every seat has been designed to offer the ultimate comfort for long-haul flyers.
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Our new Australian domestic fleet
We’ll also be renewing our Australian domestic fleet from late 2023 and are excited to announce the order of 20 A321-XLRs and 29 A220-300s, which will form the backbone of our domestic fleet.
These next generation aircraft, through their lower emissions, longer range, less noise and better economics, will improve how you can travel around Australia.
Airbus A350-1000, Airbus A321 and Airbus A220 aircraft images are indicative only and subject to change.