International network changes

All Qantas international flights, excluding certain flights between Australia and New Zealand, are currently suspended, due to government restrictions.

We’ll continue to work closely with the Australian Federal Government around the reopening of borders to support COVID-safe international travel.

Last updated: 25 May 2021

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Due to high demand, we're experiencing some delays in call wait times and the processing of Flight Credits, refunds and other options.

If your flights were booked through a travel agency or third-party website, contact these companies directly for assistance.

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The Federal Government has revised its anticipated timeline for the completion of Australia's vaccine rollout to end-2021 and its timeline for significantly reopening our international borders to mid-2022.

In light of these two dates, we've adjusted our planned international flights from end-October to late December 2021. Our flights between Australia and New Zealand are unchanged. We remain optimistic that additional bubbles will open once Australia's vaccine rollout is complete to countries who, by then, are in a similar position, but it's difficult to predict which ones at this stage.

We will keep reviewing these plans as we move towards December and circumstances evolve.

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Additional services

As the national carrier, we're proud to operate additional services to bring more people home during this time.

As additional services are announced, we'll update this page with information.

COVID vaccination for international travel

When international flights resume, governments and airlines may introduce requirements for passengers to have proof of a COVID vaccination. For more information, read the press releaseOpens external site in a new window.