We’re excited to announce that Qantas have released a collection of promotional fares, offering savings across all routes to Australia. For instance, you can save over £400 on Economy flights to Sydney, and over £700 in Business class. The special fares are even valid for departures up to 10 July 2018.
You’ll have to be quick: the sale ends 26 October and the most sought-after seats are sure to sell out. Get in contact with us today to avoid disappointment.
Billed as “the most advanced long-haul aircraft of its type”, the new Qantas Dreamliner is set to establish a new standard of comfort in the air. Launching in 2018, it will feature just 236 seats, meaning more room to relax in than most other long-haul aircraft. Its windows are even 65 per cent larger than its closest competitors. In turn, passengers in Business will be treated to a staggered seat configuration, affording direct aisle access, while Economy seats feature moodlighting, foot nets and bespoke fabrics. It’s all created by Australian native David Caon – a leading industrial designer.
As of March 2018, travellers will be able to fly non-stop between London Heathrow and Perth – the capital of Western Australia. It’s all thanks to the new Dreamliner 787-9, detailed above. With industry-leading fuel efficiency, it will make the journey in just 17 hours. Then, once arrived, Perth’s brand-new transit lounge promises shorter transfers, cutting journey times to destinations across the country. Back in the UK, Business passengers will also be accommodated by Qantas’s flagship premium lounge.
From March 25 2018, Qantas's daily London–Sydney service will route via Singapore, rather than Dubai. It offers travellers the chance to experience one of Asia's most dynamic cities where an intriguing history plays out to a skyscraping backdrop. As part of the shakeup, the daily Singapore–Melbourne service will be upgraded from an A330 to an A380 and, in lieu of the above, the London–Dubai–Melbourne route will be replaced with the direct 787 Dreamliner service to Perth, travelling onwards to Melbourne. Lastly, passengers will continue to have access to Qantas codeshares services, offering flights from six airports in the UK with Emirates to Dubai and then onwards to Australia.