Do I need a passport for Qantas domestic flights?
If you are an Australian resident, you'll only need valid government-issued photo identification, such as a driving licence or social security card. If you are a foreign traveller, please travel with a valid passport. It's recommended that you have at least six months buffer on your passport before it expires.
What Economy fare classes does Qantas offer on domestic flights?
There are three types of Economy fare available for customers depending on the customer needs. Not only do these fares determine the flexibility of the ticket, but it also determines the number of points that the ticket return to your frequent flyer membership. The three types of tickets are:
- Red e-Deal: Cheapest ticket class out of the three but tickets are non-refundable and changes would come with a fee. Also earns the least points for your frequent flyer membership.
- Flex: Changes are allowed at least 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time, flights are refundable but a small admin fee would be charged.
- Economy Classic Reward: Ticket is only available on selected flights only.
Where are Qantas' hubs in Australia?
Qantas has two hub airports in Australia including Sydney Airport and Melbourne Airport.
Can I book Qantas domestic flights online?
Yes, we offer over 600 global airline flights on our website and that, of course, include Qantas! You can pay for your flights with many payment methods including financing options with many currencies including US Dollars (USD), Australian Dollars (AUD), Pound Sterling (GBP) and more.