Traveling to Australia couldn’t be easier when you fly with Qantas. Offering more non-stop flights per week into Australia than any other airline, Qantas has flights departing from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas/Fort Worth, New York, Honolulu and Vancouver (seasonal). It also has Australia's largest domestic network with flights to more than 60 destinations within Australia and New Zealand.
You’ll experience the best of Australian cruisine the moment you step onboard with seasonal menus designed by renowned Australian chef and restauranteur, Neil Perry. Whether you dine in Qantas lounges or in the air, the menus feature a tempting range of new dishes and signature favorites made with fresh local ingredients. Enjoy your meals with Qantas' award-winning selection of more than 250 Australian wines & Champagne, selected by Qantas Rockpool Sommeliers. Qantas' friendly cabin crew can even help you select which wine will pair best with your meal, with more than 2,000 crew having completed formal wine education.
Fly in the secluded Premium Economy cabin with its attentive cabin crew and extra space or slip into your Qantas pajamas and stretch out in International Business in our next generation Business Suite (on our Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft) or fully-flat Skybed (on our Airbus A380 and Boeing 747 aircraft). For the ultimate luxury, experience First Class on our A380 with your own personal suite, an eight-course tasting menu and award-winning Australian wines. No matter which class you fly in, you can relax with more than 1,500 entertainment options in the seatback on-demand inflight entertainment system. Plus, the generous checked baggage allowance ensures you can carry all you need.
But the best part of flying Qantas is the warm, friendly Australian hospitality from our cabin crew. Qantas cabin crew will always go above and beyond to ensure you are well-looked after at every stage of your journey.
With more than 98 years' flying experience, Qantas is the Spirit of Australia.
Fun fact - Qantas' first trans-Pacific flight took place in 1954 from Sydney to San Francisco with stops in Nadi and Honolulu. The U.S. remains one of the most popular destinations on Qantas' international network.