Qantas UK Contact Number0844 826 0688
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- To book a flight.
- To amend or cancel a current booking.
- To get live flight information.
|Qantas Departments||Phone Number|
|Qantas UK Head Office||0844 826 0688|
|Bookings||0844 826 0688|
|Cancellations||0844 826 0688|
Qantas Opening Hours
|Call Centre||7am-7pm Monday-Saturday|
Qantas Head Office
|Head Office||Qantas Centre, Building A, 203 Coward St, Mascot, NSW, 2020.|
The Qantas Experience
Qantas is the flag carrier of Australia. It’s main UK bases are London Heathrow and Manchester Airport. From there, the destinations flown to include: Sydney, Dubai, Malaysia and New Zealand amongst many others. In total it flies to 41 destinations around the world. On Qantas international flights, there are four classes available. Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First. In Economy, you will get a basic seat which is designed for your comfort, access to the entertainment system which allows you to stream content and even send text messages, as well as a complimentary comfort kit on long haul flights. If you choose first class, you can have a chauffeur pick you up from your home, have access to an airport lounge, your own suite with a fully flat bed once you are on board, an a la carte menu, a luxury sleeper suit and a comfort kit with branded products. You will also be first to leave the aircraft when you land. Economy seats generally cost upwards of £500 one-way and First class costs around £2000 depending on when you book.
Qantas Airlines is one of the most popular airlines in Australia. The airline flies both domestically and internationally, through a network of codeshares with partner airlines.
Qantas Domestic Flights
Here are some of the destinations within Australia that you can fly to domestically, using Qantas:
- Port Douglas
- Hamilton Hayman Island
- Gold Coast
- Alice Springs
Qantas often has sales on flights to a range of destination. As of July 2016, the sale was for flights between Australia and Europe, North/South America and South Africa.
Qantas Flight Status
You can check the status of a flight to track arrival/departure times in real time. Just enter your date, city or flight number into the service on the Qantas website. You can also register for notifications, and you will be kept up to speed with arrival/departure times and receive a notification if the flight is delayed or cancelled.
Qantas Frequent Flyer
You can use Qantas frequent flyer status to get rewards and benefits. There are also many different ways to spend your points, including car hire, hotels, flights and products in the online Qantas store. To join, all you have to do is fill out the online application form and you will get an instant frequent flyer number. There are lots of ways to earn points, such as purchasing travel insurance or shopping for everyday items. Gold or platinum frequent flyers will also get complimentary access to Qantas airport lounges, with dining and business facilities. The benefits of being a member also include additional baggage allowances, departure upgrade requests and discounts on meeting rooms, making membership especially ideal for business travellers.
The baggage allowance for your luggage when you travel on Qantas vary depending on where you are travelling to and which class you are sat in. If you book online, the baggage allowance will be confirmed at this point. Generally, for international flights excluding North and South America, economy travellers get 30kg, premium economy 40kg, business 40kg and first class 50kg. For frequent flyers, the allowance is more for each class. For flights to North and South America, you can have 2 checked bags weighing up to 23kg each for economy and premium economy, 3 pieces up to 32kg for business and first. For domestic flights within Australia, you can get 1 bag up to 23kg for economy and 2 pieces up to 32kg each for business. If you believe your bag may exceed the allowance, you can purchase additional baggage online for a cheaper fee than you would pay at the airport.
Qantas was established in 1921, and is the second oldest airline in the world. The airline has its main hub at Sydney airport and is nicknamed “The Flying Kangaroo”. Qantas has a famous ambassador, the Australian model Miranda Kerr.
Popular Questions About Qantas
What is Qantas’ Cancellation Policy?
If your booking was made online and directly through the Qantas website, you may be able to cancel your flight. To check if it can be cancelled, look at your fare conditions. If you do choose to cancel your flight, you may receive a credit voucher for a flight anywhere on the Qantas network, or the value after fees have been deducted as a refund.
Qantas: When can you check in online?
If you wish to check in for your flight online, you must first check that your flight is eligible. You must also check in within the window of 24 hours-30 minutes before departure for domestic flights, or 24 hours-2 hours before departure for international flights. Then, go to manage my booking and follow the instructions for online check in. Once you have printed your boarding pass, you’re ready to go.
Which Qantas tickets can be upgraded?
Qantas has a ‘Bid for Upgrade’ feature. This allows you to make an offer to upgrade on a flight. It’s only available for selected flights and by invitation only. Once you make an offer, you can change it up to 24 hours before departure, and you’ll be informed between 24-12 hours before your flight if your offer has been accepted or declined.
Which Qantas flights have Premium Economy?
International flights departing from Melbourne or Sydney will have Premium Economy, as well as flights between the USA and Australia.
Who are Qantas’ partner airlines?
Qantas has a number of partner airlines, as part of the Oneworld alliance. They include: American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airlines, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways and Fiji Airways.
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