Qantas to Offer Daily Flights from Bengaluru to Sydney during Peak Season

Qantas, Australia's flag carrier, will boost flights from Bengaluru to Sydney during peak holiday season (mid-December 2024 to late March 2025), increasing from five to seven per week, adding over 12,000 seats. This expansion complements Qantas' existing Delhi-Melbourne services and will be operated by A330 aircraft with lie-flat business class suites. Standard fares include baggage allowance, meals, and inflight entertainment. Qantas is also introducing fast and free Wi-Fi on international aircraft, including A330s, which will be rolled out progressively on India-Australia flights from next year.

PTI | Bengaluru | Updated: 14-05-2024 13:59 IST | Created: 14-05-2024 13:59 IST
Qantas to Offer Daily Flights from Bengaluru to Sydney during Peak Season
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Qantas, the national carrier of Australia, on Tuesday announced that it is adding flights from Bengaluru to Sydney to cater to the strong demand over the peak holiday season.

Between mid-December 2024 and late March 2025, the airline will increase flights from five a week to daily, adding over 12,000 seats between the two cities over the four-month period, Qantas said in a statement.

The flights add to Qantas' existing services from Delhi to Melbourne, which operate three days a week.

Qantas' flights from India are operated with its fleet of Airbus A330 aircraft with 27 Business Class suites in 1- 2-1 configuration, with each suite featuring direct aisle access and converting into a lie-flat bed.

All Qantas international fares include checked baggage allowance, food and beverages and in-flight entertainment as standard with every booking.

Qantas recently announced it would accelerate a programme to introduce 'fast and free' Wi-Fi across its existing fleet of international aircraft, including A330 aircraft, with enough bandwidth for every passenger to enjoy a fast and consistent connection.

The service will be progressively rolled-out on Qantas flights between India and Australia from next year.

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