Qantas makes it easy to fly with more gateways in North America and the most flights to Australia each week. With more than 40 non-stop flights per week, there’s one to suit your schedule. See where you could go
Qantas cabins have been designed with a greater emphasis on your comfort, so you can arrive feeling refreshed and ready to explore. Fly the award winning A380 and B787 Dreamliner from North America to Australia. Explore travel classes
Taste Australia with multi-course menus inspired by leading Australian chef Neil Perry and savour a selection of premium Australian wines, beer and spirits – all included with every Qantas flight to Australia. Get a taste for Qantas dining options
Experience Australian hospitality the moment you step onboard a Qantas flight with warm and friendly cabin crew. You will enjoy personalised service and experience the spirit of Australia before you even touchdown. Meet some of our crew
When it comes to long-haul travel, it's the little things that matter. That’s why inflight amenities, entertainment and checked baggage are all included with every Qantas ticket. Leave the pillows to us! See what to expect onboard
Experience the Qantas Difference
Along with being one of the most advanced aircrafts flying today, the new Qantas Dreamliner is also one of the most comfortable. It features only 236 seats - less than most other aircraft of its type, to provide optimal comfort and space for every passenger. The aircraft’s three cabins include the Business Suite (nicknamed "mini First Class" by some frequent flyers), a next generation Premium Economy seat and a significantly improved Economy seat with extra storage compartments and device charging outlets. Find out more
The aircraft is fitted with state-of-the-art technology to reduce turbulence, improve noise quality and reduced aircraft vibrations for a smoother flight. Qantas’ Business Suite has been designed to offer the ultimate comfort for long-haul flyers.
Lighter and healthier meal options inspired by Charles Perkins Centre and designed by, Australian Chef, Neil Perry are offered with the intention of increasing hydration and reducing jetlag. Understanding the science behind how food affects the body has allowed the redesign of menus and dishes served on long haul flights.
Fly the Dreamliner 787 to Melbourne from San Francisco
Qantas have recently begun operation of the world’s first San Francisco to Melbourne route, operated by the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. With a morning arrival into Melbourne and an overnight flight on the return to San Francisco, Qantas’ schedule means customers make the most of their time in each city. This new route comes in addition to the 787-9 Dreamliner’s current Los Angeles to Melbourne route. Flying to Melbourne has never been easier!