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There are now more ways to fly to Australia with Qantas with double daily flights from London Heathrow to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, and daily options to Adelaide. Once in Australia, take advantage of Qantas Explorer fares to save on domestic flights throughout this great country. There are over 80 routes to get you to more than 30 destinations.
Flying on the award-winning A380 gives you the chance to enjoy a stopover in Singapore. Stretch out in Business on the fully flat Skybed (and slip into a stylish pair of Qantas pyjamas on overnight flights) to arrive refreshed at your destination. Discover the A380 Premium Economy cabin with its private upper-deck cabin, exclusive Rockpool inspired menu, bigger seat and extra legroom. Or for the ultimate luxury, fly in First to enjoy your own personal suite, an eight-course tasting menu and award-winning Australian wines chosen by our Sommelier in the Sky.
You can also fly direct to Australia on the most technologically advanced aircraft yet, the Qantas Dreamliner. Creatively designed for maximum passenger comfort and minimal environmental impact, you’ll enjoy a flight experience unlike any other with larger windows, improved air quality and extra space in all cabins – all helping to minimise jetlag and improve the customer experience. Choose from Business Suites, brand-new Premium Economy or the new advanced Economy.
Whether eligible customers dine in the new Qantas London Lounge or in the air, seasonal menus are inspired by cuisines from around the world and feature a tempting range of new dishes and signature favourites made with the freshest ingredients.
When it’s time to relax onboard, you can sit back and choose from over 1,500 movies, TV, boxsets and game options on the inflight entertainment system.
From take-off to landing, enjoy an unparalleled travel experience with Qantas, the Spirit of Australia.
Fun fact - Qantas was the first airline to introduce business class. This was officially introduced on Qantas’ Boeing 747-238 fleet on 27 July 1979.