Qantas Airways. Seat maps, reviews and photos of the aircrafts

Qantas Airways

About aircompany

Qantas Airways is the biggest Australian airline Company by number of airplanes, route network and international flights. The company was founded in 1920 and takes third place among the oldest active airline companies of the world. Airport of registration is Sydney airport but Qantas Airways makes flights from other big Australian cities: Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth.

For Qantas share fall more than 65% of internal air-passenger operations and 20% of international flights from and in Australia.

Qantas Airways is the owner of Jetstar Airways – low-cost of the company that specializes both on domestic and international flights.

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Company ratings and achievements

4-Star-Airline_150 4-STAR airline by SKYTRAX, represents good quality of services.
SKYTRAX is a United Kingdom-based consultancy, which runs in 1999 the leading international Airline Rating system classifying airlines by the Quality of front-line product and staff service standards.
"Qantas Airways" takes 24 place in "AIRLINE SAFETY RATING 2019" by JACDEC.
Jacdec (from 1989) has become a global source for professional and accurate aviation safety information for the benefit of companies, aviation professionals and individual travellers.
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About “Qantas” aircraft fleet

As of January 3, 2024 "Qantas Airways" operates a mainline fleet of 138 airplanes. The average age of planes is 11.5 years.

The oldest aircraft is Boeing 737-300, with reg.number VH-XMB. It is 32.5 years old. The newest one is Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, with reg.number VH-ZNG. It is - 0.2 years old

“Qantas Airways” planes. Photos and seatmaps

Airbus A330-200 – 18 aircrafts
Qantas Airways Airbus A330-200

  • The newest one – VH-EBV - 6.2 years
  • The oldest aircraft – VH-EBA - 16.2 years

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Airbus A330-200 +
Airbus A330-300 – 10 aircrafts

Qantas Airways Airbus A330-300

  • The newest one – VH-QPJ - 13.1 year
  • The oldest aircraft – VH-QPB - 15.2 years

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Airbus A330-300 +
Airbus A380-800 – 12 planes

Qantas Airways Airbus A380-800

  • The newest one – VH-OQL - 7.8 years
  • The oldest aircraft – VH-OQA - 10.9 years

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Airbus A380-800 +
Boeing 737-300 – 4 aircrafts

Qantas Airways Boeing 737-300

Airplanes are used as freight transport and for mail traffic.

  • The newest one – VH-XMR - 31.7 years
  • The oldest aircraft – VH-XMB - 32.5 years

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Boeing 737-300 +
Boeing 737-800 – 75 aircrafts

Qantas Airways Boeing 737-800

  • The newest one – VH-XZP - 4.2 years
  • The oldest aircraft – VH-VXB - 17.1 year

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Boeing 737-800 +
Boeing 747-400 – 9 aircrafts

Qantas Airways Boeing 747-400

  • The newest one – VH-OEJ - 15.5 years
  • The oldest aircraft – VH-OEB - 25.6 years

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Boeing 747-400 +
Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner – 8 aircrafts

Qantas Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

  • Seat map Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner “Qantas”
  • Photos and description of the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner “Qantas Airways”
  • The newest one – VH-ZNH - 0.2 years
  • The oldest aircraft – VH-ZNA - 1.3 years

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Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner +

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