Quantas Airways is the national airlines of Australia as well as the nation's largest air carrier. Quantas is considered one of the oldest airlines still in operation and runs flights to hundreds of national and international destinations. Quantas is part of the popular Oneworld alliance with partner airlines like United Airlines, Japan Airlines, and Cathay Pacific. The Quantas Airways website is visually-pleasing and user-friendly and offers clear menu options to find the details of one's booking, search for flights, and find information on company policies. Using the “Fly” menu, users can find full information on Quantas Airways' baggage allowance policy (one piece of free checked baggage for domestic and international flights, excepts for flights to the Americas where two free pieces of checked baggage are allowed), as well as options to check in and find details of Quantas Airways' cabin classes. Currently, Quantas offers four distinct cabin classes on international flights: Economy, Premium Economy (exclusive cabin, menu, and flight attendants), Business Class (fully-reclining “skybeds” and personal 12-inch touchscreen entertainment system), and First Class (personal suites, fully-reclining seats, and an award-winning wine list). The Quantas Airways website also has a section dedicated to national and international flight deals and there is even a sister website offering full vacation packages based around flights on the company's airlines.
Ciro Quantas Airlines is a popular and historic air carrier out of Australia and one which, unfortunately, many of us non-Australians don't get the chance to fly with much. One thing that Quantas excels at is providing vacations. The Quantas website has tons of vacation packages for destinations around Australia, New Zealand, and those dreamy South Pacific isles. If you buy your hotel/resort stay along with your Quantas flight, you'll almost always end up saving considerable amounts of money. They also offers a good selection of tours and activities in many Australian cities so if you're headed down under make sure to have a look before you go.Delete