Qantas Airlines in India

Qantas Airlines or "Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services" popularly known as Qantas Airways is the largest airline in Australia and also the 2nd oldest airline worldwide to run independent airline.

Located in Sydney, the main base for the airline is the Sydney Airport. It is headquartered at Qantas Centre in the Mascot suburb of Botany Bay, Sydney. "The Flying Kangaroo" is the nick name for the Qantas Airlines.

Qantas was formed in the year 1920 in the Queensland outback in 1920, by W Hudson Fysh and Paul McGinness, the Ex- Flying Corps from Australia. Originally it offered airmail services. In the year 1934, the airline entered into a partnership with Imperial Airways, Britain and made another new company called the Qantas Empire Airways Limited. In 1967, the airline was renamed as the Qantas Airways Limited. Later on Qantas and the Australian Airline merged together with the name 'The Australian Airline'. At present Qantas Airline is among the leading distance airline in the world.

All most all the major locations are covered by Qantas Airlines. The various destinations all across the world include U.S, UK, Germany, Argentina, China, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Japan, Singapore, Thailand and South Africa. The various domestic locations served by the airline are Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia, Tasmania, and New Caledonia.

Qantas Airlines Fleet

The Qantas boasts of a modernized fleet replete with 133 modern aircrafts which are mentioned below:
  • Thirty Eight Boeing 737 - 800
  • Twenty Four Boeing 747-400
  • Twenty Nine Boeing 767-300ER
  • Ten Airbus A330-300
  • Six Airbus A330-200
  • Six Boeing 747-400ER
  • Three Airbus 380-800

Qantas Airlines Contact Details

Qantas Centre
203 Coward Street
Mascot NSW 2020
Phone: (02) 9691 3636 within Australia or
+61 2 9691 3636 outside Australia.
Official Website:

Customer Care
Qantas Airways Limited
Level 5 - Building A
203 Coward Street
Mascot NSW 2020
Fax: 1800 613 844 within Australia or
+61 2 8222 4700 outside Australia.

Qantas Airlines in India

Among the many destinations served by the Qantas Airlines India is one. Within India, Mumbai is the city where Qantas Airline flights ply. The hub for the airline, in India is the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport of Mumbai. Some of the Qantas Airlines flight routes operating in India are as follows:
  • From Perth to Mumbai
  • From Perth to Chennai
  • From Perth to Calcutta
  • From Perth to Hyderabad
  • From Perth to Delhi
  • From Perth to Bangalore
  • From Perth to Ahmedabad
  • From Adelaide and Brisbane to Mumbai
  • From Adelaide and Brisbane to Chennai
  • From Adelaide and Brisbane to Calcutta
  • From Adelaide and Brisbane to Hyderabad
  • From Adelaide and Brisbane to Delhi
  • From Adelaide and Brisbane to Bangalore
  • From Adelaide and Brisbane to Ahmedabad
  • From Melbourne and Sydney to Mumbai
  • From Melbourne and Sydney to Chennai
  • From Melbourne and Sydney to Calcutta
  • From Melbourne and Sydney to Hyderabad
  • From Melbourne and Sydney to Delhi
  • From Melbourne and Sydney to Bangalore
  • From Melbourne and Sydney to Ahmedabad

Qantas Offices in India

4th Floor, Rear Wing
Sunteck Centre
37-40 Subhash Road
Vile Parle (East)
Mumbai 400057
Open hours: 9am-1.15pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm
Mon to Fri +91 22 6111 1818

Last Updated on 26 October 2010



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