Travel bigger, better and brighter with Qantas and oneworld
Welcome to oneworld, an alliance of the world’s leading airlines committed to providing the highest level of service across more than 900 destinations worldwide. Enjoy an array of special privileges and rewards, which include earning and redeeming Frequent Flyer points on all oneworld member airlines. Top tier flyers can enjoy access to more than 600 airport lounges globally.
Where can I travel?
The member airlines in the oneworld Alliance serve more than 900 destinations in 170 territories.
An alliance of world class airlines
Alaska Airlines and its regional partners serve more than 120 destinations across the United States to Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica, and Belize. The airline emphasizes Next-Level Care for its guests, along with providing low fares, award-winning customer service and sustainability efforts.
American Airlines is a founding member of oneworld. Along with its affiliates, American Airlines operates from major hubs across the USA, including Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington DC, to more than 330 destinations in 60 countries.
British Airways is one of the world’s most recognised airlines and a founding member of the oneworld Alliance. The airline and its affiliates service more than 195 destinations in nearly 80 countries throughout Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Africa and Australia, with its main hub at London Heathrow.
Established in 1923, Finnair is Finland’s flagship carrier. It joined the oneworld Alliance in 1999. The airline flies to more than 80 destinations in around 30 countries, including an increasing number of long haul international flights to and from Asia, with its Helsinki hub ideally placed as a gateway between Asia and Europe.
Iberia is Spain’s flagship airline and the leading carrier between Europe and Latin America. It joined oneworld in 1999. From its Madrid hub, it flies to more than 130 destinations in around 43 countries across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Americas.
Malaysia Airlines, which joined oneworld in 2013, is one of the few airlines worldwide rated five-star by Skytrax, which has also honoured the airline for having the World’s Best Cabin Staff. With its main operating hub in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airlines flies to more than 50 destinations across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.
Qantas is one of the world’s most recognised airlines and a founding member of the oneworld Alliance. It serves more than 80 destinations in nearly 20 countries. As the only Australian airline in any global airline alliance, it offers an extensive domestic network as well as serving points in Asia, the South Pacific, Europe, North and South America and Africa.
Qatar AirwaysOpens in a new tab or window is one of the world's fastest growing and highly rated airlines, with one of the world's most modern fleet, serving 156 destinations in 80 territories around the world. A oneworld member since 2013, Qatar Airways is one of the most frequent recipients of Airline of the Year awards and has maintained a Skytrax five-star ranking since 2004.
Royal Air Maroc is the national carrier of Morocco and the leading airline in Africa since its creation in 1957. They connect their base in Casablanca with 80 destinations in 41 countries over six regions (Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, North America and South America). Royal Air Maroc joined oneworld in April 2020.
SriLankan Airlines is the national airline of Sri Lanka. The airline currently operates to 119 destinations in 60 countries. SriLankan Airlines joined oneworld in May 2014.
Oman Air, the national airline of the Sultanate of Oman, began its operations in 1993. Today, it's recognised as a major international carrier, connecting cities around the world to Oman’s spectacular natural beauty, captivating charm and genuine openness. Oman Air was invited to join oneworld in June 2022.
oneworld connect partners
oneworld connect is a new way for airlines to link up to the world’s premier airline alliance – enabling customers to enjoy more services and benefits.
Platinum One, Platinum, Gold and Silver Qantas Frequent Flyers are recognised with an equivalent oneworld tier across all oneworld member airlines. Frequent flyers are entitled to a range of benefits, which are provided according to the oneworld tier levels, no matter which cabin class you fly in. Find out about the tier benefits, plus how to earn points and status, as well as use points on oneworld member airlines.
Fast track through security
We know your time is precious and you'd prefer to be in one of up to 620 oneworld lounges, rather than waiting in line at airport security. That's why, at select airports worldwide, oneworld Emerald Frequent Flyers (Qantas Frequent Flyer Platinum and Platinum One members) can access the 'Fast Track' or 'Priority Lanes' at security check points no matter which cabin you're travelling in.
Due to restrictions or local agreements with Security Fast Track facility operators, not all oneworld carriers are currently able to extend this benefit to all Emerald tier customers.
If you're a Platinum Qantas Frequent Flyer or Gold Frequent Flyer (equivalent to the oneworld Emerald or Sapphire tiers), or you're travelling in a First or Business on any oneworld member airline (excludes oneworld connect partners), you're eligible to use any of more than 600 business class lounges globally. To be eligible, you must be departing on a flight that is both marketed and operated by a oneworld member airline. Refer to the benefits table above for lounge access by tier status. Find out which lounges are available at airports around the world at oneworld.
Business and First customers
oneworld lounge access
Indulge yourself before departure in a wider range of airport lounges when you fly First or Business with any oneworld member airline.
- Customers flying First or Business have access to the equivalent class of lounge regardless of their frequent flyer status. First passengers may use a Business or frequent flyer lounge if a First lounge is not available.
- First passengers may invite one guest to join them in the lounge. The guest must also be travelling on a flight operated and marketed by a oneworld airline.
Connecting between oneworld flights
First and Business customers connecting on the same day of travel, or before 6am the following day, can access the lounge when travelling between an international long haul+ and an international short haul or domestic flight (and vice-versa).
- Lounge access will be determined on the international long haul+ ticketed flight (either First of Business) regardless of the ticketed class of travel on the international short haul or domestic flight.
- You must be prepared to show your boarding pass or itinerary showing travel in First or Business on the international long haul flight, in order to access the lounge before your international short haul or domestic flight.
Round the world flights
Round The World fares enable you to travel the world with ease. Visit the oneworld website to learn more about Round The World faresOpens in a new tab or window and to plan and book your trip online.
Based on air travel
No matter where business or pleasure takes you, oneworld’s vast network means your Round The World trips via oneworld Explorer fare makes it easy to travel from city to city, and continent to continent. For every dot you connect, you earn more miles and points to spend across the oneworld Alliance.
An even wider choice
Book your Round The World trip via Global Explorer, which grants you access to an even more extensive list of airlines, including Aer Lingus, Bangkok Airways, oneworld connect partner Fiji Airways, Jetstar, Jetstar Asia, Jetstar Japan, Jestar Pacific, WestJet and Qantas codeshare flights operated by Air Tahiti Nui.
Continent air travel
If you prefer to visit multiple continents without actually flying all the way around the world, our Circle Pacific fare lets you explore the continents that border the Pacific Ocean. You can choose to start and finish your journey in one of the following continents:
Contact a oneworld member airline or your travel agent to plan and book your Circle Pacific trip now.
Seamless travel with oneworld global support centres
Connecting between airlines at unfamiliar airports can be a stressful experience, especially if your flight is delayed. As part of the oneworld Alliance’s commitment to making global air travel as frictionless as possible, at select airports across the oneworld network, Global Support Teams are on the ground, diligently tracking flights, to make sure everything goes smoothly the second you touch down. oneworld Global Support is currently available at Hong Kong, London Heathrow, Madrid-Barajas, New York JFK, Miami, Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago O'Hare, Los Angeles, Sydney, and Tokyo Narita airports. The service is offered whenever possible, subject to operational constraints.
By following any link to the oneworld booking engine or advertised fares you'll be leaving qantas.com. Other websites may not follow the same accessibility policies as qantas.com.
Disclaimer: *Access to preferred or pre-reserved seating is in accordance with the individual policy of the oneworld member airline operating the flight. First and Business check-in desks and lounges are not available at all airports. Fast track is not available at all airports. Priority baggage handling is not available on flights operated by British Airways. Extra baggage allowance benefits differ for Sapphire and Emerald tier members. oneworld benefits are available only to passengers on scheduled flights that are both marketed and operated by a oneworld member airline (marketed means that there must be a oneworld member airline’s flight number on your ticket). For more information, visit oneworld benefits. Fiji Airways is a oneworld connect partner which provides select alliance benefits to oneworld members. Find out more information, on oneworld connect. For detailed information on the oneworld Lounge Access policy, visit oneworld lounges.
Disclaimer: ^ Members of oneworld airline frequent flyer programs with the equivalent of oneworld Emerald or Sapphire tier status can use any lounge offered by any oneworld member airline when departing on any flight marketed and operated by any Oneworld member airline, regardless of cabin being flown. Lounges may get busy at peak times and access may be restricted as a result. Non-affiliated third-parties may operate some lounges on behalf of oneworld member airlines which may be restricted at certain times. To access the lounge, use your Qantas Frequent Flyer card and ensure your Qantas Frequent Flyer number is in your booking. You can update your details at Manage booking. You must be prepared to show your boarding pass and frequent flyer membership card, with oneworld Emerald or Sapphire tier status. Emerald and Sapphire members may invite one guest to join them in the lounge, and the guest must also be travelling on a flight operated and marketed by a oneworld carrier.
Members of oneworld airline frequent flyer programs with the equivalent of oneworld Emerald or Sapphire tier status can use lounges offered by oneworld airlines when departing on any flight marketed and operated by any oneworld member airline, regardless of cabin being flown (exceptions are noted below).
- Emerald tier Frequent Flyers can use First Class, Business Class or frequent flyer lounges.
- Sapphire tier frequent flyers are welcome in Business Class* or frequent flyer lounges. (*does not include Qantas Domestic Business Lounges)
- Access is available on the day of travel (or before 6 am the following day), at the airport from which the oneworld flight on which the eligible customer is travelling departs.
The following lounge access exceptions and exclusions apply
- American Airlines and Qantas offer programs enabling customers to pay to gain access to their lounges. These programs are not part of the oneworld agreement, and members of these programs are not entitled to access lounges under the oneworld agreement.
- American Airlines AAdvantage® members, regardless of their tier status or class of travel, cannot access American Airlines lounges when travelling solely on North American flights within or between the U.S., Canada, Mexico (except Mexico City), the Bahamas, Bermuda and the Caribbean. For more information, visit American Airlines.
Note: customers travelling in First or Business class on U.S. transcontinental flights between JFK-LAX, JFK-SFO and MIA-LAX (and vice-versa) are eligible for lounge access.
- American Airlines’ and British Airways' Chelsea lounge at New York JFK Terminal 8 isn't included in the oneworld lounge access policy.
- Arrivals lounges are not included in the oneworld lounge access policy.
- British Airways Concorde Lounges are not included in the oneworld lounge access policy.
- Qatar Airways Al Safwa First and Al Mourjan Business lounges in Doha (DOH) and Qatar Airways' Premium Lounges aren't included in the oneworld lounge access policy. However, oneworld members holding First or Business Class tickets on Qatar Airways or other oneworld members are invited to use the lounges.
- Qantas Frequent Flyer Gold members, regardless of their oneworld tier status, cannot access Qantas Domestic Business Lounges.
- oneworld connect member flights are subject to separate terms and conditions, see relevant partner pages for more details.
Oneworld lounge access for infants and children
- Infants under 2 years will not be counted as a guest when travelling with an eligible adult customer.
- Children travelling as an unaccompanied minor (aged between 2 and 11 years) who are eligible for lounge access, must be accompanied by an adult who will be counted as their guest.
- Children travelling as a young passenger (aged between 12 and 17 years), who are eligible for lounge access do not require an accompanying adult (Note: subject to local licensing laws; in Japan the ages are 12 to 19 years)
Disclaimer: > Eligible customers travelling on a oneworld connect journey involving Fiji Airways and a oneworld sponsor, either British Airways, Cathay Pacific or Qantas, will have access to a select number of global lounges. The general oneworld lounge access policy differs from the lounge access policy for oneworld connect. Visit the Fiji Airways member page for details.
Long haul flights
Disclaimer: + A oneworld international long haul flight is defined as an international flight marketed and operated by any oneworld carrier with a scheduled flight time longer than 5 hours.
Marketed flight number
Disclaimer: ‡ Marketing airline or marketing carrier means the airline whose airline code or number (eg 'QF' for Qantas) is recorded on the ticket. This can be different to the airline whose aircraft is doing the actual flying (this airline is known as the operating airline or carrier). (Also known as codeshare flights.)