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Which airlines are affiliated with Qantas?
As a part of the 13-member oneworld alliance, Qantas has a parade of partnerships with other airlines. In fact, they even partner with carriers not in the oneworld alliance—that’s 26 airlines in total. What does this mean for you? More flights to more destinations, for starters. You can also collect those coveted Qantas Frequent Flyer points on any of these popular airlines, plus many more:
Does Qantas provide meals on domestic flights?
Yes, Qantas provides meals—and they’re included in the price of your ticket! However, you’ll have to be flying at the proper time to nosh on breakfast, lunch, or dinner for free. Breakfast boxes are provided in the morning, hearty lunches in the afternoon, and dinner options in the evening, like Thai chicken salad or Korean barbecue chicken. Any other time, you’ll get a small snack and a complimentary beverage.
Does Qantas have Wi-Fi?
Qantas has been rolling out Wi-Fi on its Boeing 737 jets since 2017, and you have a pretty good chance of landing on a plane that’s been enabled. Qantas Wi-Fi is also free. And there’s no need to guess if your plane has it—you can simply look at the departures board to see if your next Qantas flight has the Wi-Fi signal.
Where is Qantas based?
We’re hoping the kangaroo logo on the rudder is a dead giveaway that Qantas is based in Australia—Sydney to be exact. A fun fact to roll out next trivia night: Qantas is an acronym for Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Service.
Where does Qantas fly?
Qantas flies to over 90 cities. As you might suspect, many of the destinations are in Australia, but that doesn’t mean Qantas never leaves its home country. You’ll see Qantas planes at airports around the world, like Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Mumbai, New York City, San Francisco, and Ho Chi Minh City. Wherever you’re going, you can save time by checking in online.