Qantas Airways, the flag carrier and largest airline of Australia which started its commercial flight services to India after nearly ten years in December 2021 is now offering more options for flyers from India to travel to Australia with their partner airlines via the Far East.
Via Far-East to Australia
Qantas has shared flight options to Australia from Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Trivandrum and Cochin with its partner airlines like Thai Airways, Malaysia Airlines, and SriLankan Airlines.
|Partner Airline||Thai Airways||Malaysian Airlines||SriLankan Airlines|
|Fare Basis||SIIO/SII and above||SRIIO/SRII and above||SRIIO/SRII and above|
|Fares Starting From||INR 50200 OW* &|
INR 93700 RT*
|INR 37100 OW* &|
INR 70100 RT*
|INR 51800 OW* &|
INR 96800 RT*
- Flight from the Far East to Australia have to be on QF operated flights only.
- Flights from India to the Far East have to be on TG/MH/UL only.
- *- Fares and taxes differ as per city and availability on the date of booking.
Qantas Flights Between Melbourne And Delhi
Apart from the above-mentioned flights via far-east, the airline is also started operating direct flights on the Melbourne-Delhi-Melbourne route five days a week every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday effective April 2022.
Qantas will also offer same-day connections to/from Brisbane, Sydney, and Canberra on Melbourne-Delhi-Melbourne flights.
|Flight No||Departure||Dep. Time||Arrival||Arr. Time||Frequency||Equipment|
|QF69||Melbourne||0815||Delhi||1800||Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Sat||A332|
|QF70||Delhi||1935||Melbourne||1230+1||Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Sat||A332|
It is worth mentioning that Qantas has started Melbourne-Delhi-Melbourne as a brand-new international route from 22 December 2021, connecting Victoria to the Indian capital on a Qantas-operated flight for the first time in the airline’s history.