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Qantas (Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services) is the flag carrier of Australia. Also known as 'The Flying Kangaroo', Qantas is the largest airline of Australia and also the second oldest on the planet. Founded and established in November 1920, it began its international services in May 1935. Presently, the airline is based in Sydney with the Sydney Airport as its main hub.
Qantas Fleet and Technology

As of March 2014, Qantas operates 313 aircrafts out of which 73 include Jetstar Airways, 68 comprises of QantasLink airlines, 8 by Jetconnect, 19 Network Aviation and 5 Express Freighters. Out of the many aircrafts, two Boeing 737-800s are designed with Australian Aborigine art, whereas others are decorated with Optus Company promotional.
Reach of Qantas

Qantas flies to 21 international destinations and 20 domestic destinations across 14 countries in Africa, America, Oceania, Asia and Europe. It also operates charters to Antarctica.
The First Class Cabin services are offered on Boeing 747-400 and Airbus A380. The Boeing 747-400 is in the form of a comfortable sleeping pod with flat-bed, 79-inch seat pitch which is 22-inch wide. Other features include a 10-inch touch screen monitor offering 400 audio-visual-on-demand programs and personal 110 V AC power outlets.
On the Airbus A380, Qantas has 14 separate suites, with forward rotating seats, but rotates sideways for sleeping with a 83.5-inch seat pitch with a width of 29-inch. Passengers can enjoy AVOD programs on a 17-inch HD monitor.
Enjoy a flawless dining service and a five star menu with state-of-the-art cuisine prepared by renowned chefs. Relish fresh local produce and optimum services.
The Boeing 747, Airbus A330-200 and the A330-300 offer the International Business Class with a 2-3-2 seating on the main deck and towards the upper deck too. There are two versions of the Skybed lie-flat business class seat.
The older versions feature a 60 inch seat pitch and the later versions offer an 80-inch seat pitch that converts into a long bed. If you are on these seats, then you're on the upper deck in a 2-2-2 configuration with 2 separate cabins that feature a touch screen monitor with 1000 AVOD programs onboard.
The Business Class onboard cuisine has the choicest food and the enhanced menus give you the option to savour the best from the kitchen. So enjoy a lengthy sleep and choose when to eat.
Allow the cabin crew to prepare the most delicious food for you. With signature dishes such as Swiss Cheese Toasted Sandwich & Chicken Schnitzel you're surely in for a treat on the clouds.
The Airbus A380 and all the other Boeing 747-400 aircrafts are equipped with the Premium Economy Class. On Boeing 747, the seat pitch is 38 inches, whereas, on Boeing 747 the seat pitch is around 38 to 42 inches. The Premium Economy Class on the Qantas is a much lighter product than most airlines and the meals are quite uprated.
Pamper your palate in the Premium Economy with several delicious dishes and Australian wine. Start your journey with a take-off drink and enjoy meals on lovely tableware. Choose from a wide selection of drinks and snacks throughout your journey.
The Economy Class is available on every Qantas passenger aircraft. The seat pitch is 31 inches and seats range in between 17 to 18 inches.