Qantas Airways Reviews
Let’s travel to the country and continent surrounded by Indian and Pacific oceans: the place where the number of kangaroos is higher than people’s population. Welcome to the six largest country in the world. Australia has over 10, 000 beaches where their Prime Minister in 1967 went for a swim and was never seen again. Did you know that Melbourne used to be called “Batmania”? These is are just little facts you need to know about Australia.
In this review, we’ll be discussing in detail how it is to fly with the national airline of Australia, Qantas Airways. The largest Australian airline traces its roots back to 1922 with an Avro 504K. The name was actually an acronym for “Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services” and was also known as “The Flying Kangaroo” and is a founding member of the Oneworld airline alliance.
Qantas Airways now has 131 aircraft and offers domestic network and international services to major cities in the Asia-Pacific region, America, Europe and Africa. The flag carrier airline of Australia and its largest airline by fleet size, international flights and international destinations, Qantas operates from Brisbane Airport, Melbourne Airport and Sydney Airport.
The Flying Kangaroo
Qantas Airways has different travel classes depending on the traveller’s route. International flights have Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First Class while Domestic flights have Economy and Business. In this review, we’ll be providing information on International routes.
International Economy – passengers can just sit back and relax with their ergonomically designed seats with built-in lumbar support for their comfort. Qantas has its own way of eating on board with their “No more trays and meal choices” service. This service will be quicker, with meals being delivered and cleared faster, giving them more time to do the things they want to do. A seatback inflight entertainment is available for customers to access over 500 entertainment options from the touch screen monitor.
International Business – customer’s journey starts at home with Chauffeur Drive, a complimentary transfer service for Business customers on eligible international Qantas-operated flights booked with a QF flight number. An access to Qantas Singapore Lounge. On board. Business class passengers have the second generation Skybed wherein customers can convert their seat into a two-meter, fully-flat bed. They can also choose from Qantas’ Rockpool-designed International Business menu. Amenities are given too.
International First – Qantas Airways aim to provide their passengers with a journey of unsurpassed luxury. A Chauffeur Drive is also done on this cabin class with services more than the lounge access at the airport–concierge, signature menu, treatments from Aurora Day Spa, private business suites and a library, magazines, newspapers, internet access and plasma screens to keep you entertained. First Class passengers enjoy unique restaurant-style dining experience, with the opportunity to indulge in an eight-course tasting menu or choose to dine with an a la carte menu offering signature dishes. Amenities are more luxurious than the Business Class.
Official Website and Mobile app
The official site is informative because it was one of our main resources in this review. The page has flashing images of different deals and service updates about Qantas Airways. The Australian flag carrier offers services online for booking flights, hotel reservations, car rental and vacation packages. It is through their website that customers can also manage their booking and check-in online.
The bottom part of the page promotes other popular destinations and the tourism of Australia. It offers extended services such as activities and travel insurance. To get the latest sales, travellers can be alerted via email with their newsletter service.
The mobile application of Qantas Airways is pretty much like the mobile version of its PC services. Customers are given the option to view their next trips, personalised timeline, get a boarding pass and more, all of these just by using their smartphones. However, even if the mobile app is available on the App Store and Google Play Store, Qantas Airways reviews about the travel app were rated with an overall 2.8/5. In a nutshell, the mobile app is not reliable.
How To Reach Them?
- Website URL: https://www.qantas.com/travel/airlines/home/au/en
- Contact Number: +61 2 9691 3636 / (02) 812 0607
- Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax Number: +61 1300 305 747
- Head Office Address: 203 Coward Street Mascot Sydney NSW 2020 , Australia
Qantas Airways had gathered several awards and it’s part of the Top 10 (being the 10th place) from The World’s Top 100 Airlines in 2015 according to Skytrax’s World Airline Awards. Plus the fact they are garnering consistent Qantas Airways reviews. The national airline of Australia is one of the airlines you should definitely fly with.
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