Qantas

Qantas

Data for the airline

IATA code QF
ICAO code QFA
Number of airports
Numbers of routes 70
Website http://www.qantas.com.au

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The largest airline company and national carrier of Australia Qantas has its headquarters in Sydney and base at the Sydney Airport and Melbourne Airport. Founded back in year 1920 and often called the "Flying Kangaroo" because of its logo, Qantas is the second oldest airline company in the world after the Dutch airline company KLM. Today the airline company operates flights to 70 destinations, including 50 destinations in Australia and 20 international destinations in more than 15 countries in Europe, Asia, North and South America, Oceania and Africa. The airline fleet consists of aircrafts of the type Boeing and Airbus, where the Qantas fleet is constantly updated and is expected to have airplanes of the new-generation Bombardier, Airbus and Boeing by year 2013.

According to the baggage requirements of airline company Qantas, the Economy Class passengers are allowed to carry one piece of hand baggage up to 7 kg, while during the international flights passengers from all travel classes are allowed to bring two pieces of hand baggage each up to 7 kg. The registered luggage requirements during the international flights are as follows: 23 kg for the Economy Class passengers, 32 kg for the Business Class passengers and 40 kg for the First Class travelers.

Qantas Airlines is among the top ten airlines in the world for year 2011 according to Skytrax. Furthermore, as a member of the alliance Oneworld, the airline company has an agreement to work together with 20 other airlines. The quality of services offered by the airline is extremely high. In addition, Qantas is considered to be a leading airline for long flights.