Map of Qantas International routes (as of 2019)
Map of Qantas International routes (as of 2019)

Following is a list of destinations Qantas flies to as part of its scheduled services, as of April 2019.[1] It also includes destinations served by Qantas subsidiary QantasLink. Terminated destinations are also listed. Qantas flies to 27 international destinations (including seasonal destinations) in 14 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania, excluding the destinations served by its subsidiaries.

List

Country City Airport Notes Refs
Argentina Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport Terminated [2]
Australia (Australian Capital Territory) Canberra Canberra International Airport [3][4]
Australia (Cocos (Keeling) Islands) Cocos Islands Cocos Islands Airport Terminated [5]
Australia (New South Wales) Albury Albury Airport [3][4]
Armidale Armidale Airport [3][4]
Ballina Ballina Byron Gateway Airport [3][6][7]
Bathurst Bathurst Airport Terminated [8]
Coffs Harbour Coffs Harbour Airport [3][4]
Dubbo Dubbo Airport [3][4]
Lord Howe Island Lord Howe Island Airport [3][4]
Moree Moree Airport [3][4]
Narrabri Narrabri Airport Terminated [8]
Newcastle Newcastle Airport [3][4]
Orange Orange Airport [9][7]
Port Macquarie Port Macquarie Airport [3][4]
Sydney Sydney Airport Hub [3][4]
Tamworth Tamworth Airport [3][4]
Taree Taree Airport Terminated [8]
Wagga Wagga Wagga Wagga Airport [3][4]
Wollongong Wollongong Airport Terminated [10]
Australia (Northern Territory) Alice Springs Alice Springs Airport [3][4]
Ayers Rock Ayers Rock Airport [3][4]
Darwin Darwin International Airport Focus city [3][4]
Gove Gove Airport Terminated [11]
Australia (Queensland) Airlie Beach Whitsunday Airport Terminated [12]
Barcaldine Barcaldine Airport [3][4]
Biloela Biloela Airport Terminated [13]
Blackall Blackall Airport [3][4]
Blackwater Blackwater Airport Terminated [3]
Brisbane Brisbane Airport Secondary Hub [3][4]
Bundaberg Bundaberg Airport [3][4]
Cairns Cairns Airport Focus city [3][4]
Charleville Charleville Airport Terminated [14]
Cloncurry Cloncurry Airport [3][4]
Dunk Island Dunk Island Airport Terminated [15]
Emerald Emerald Airport [3][4]
Gladstone Gladstone Airport [3][4]
Gold Coast Gold Coast Airport [3]
Hamilton Island Great Barrier Reef Airport [3][4]
Hayman Island Terminated [11]
Hervey Bay Hervey Bay Airport [4]
Horn Island Horn Island Airport [3][4]
Longreach Longreach Airport [3][4]
Mackay Mackay Airport [3][4]
Mount Isa Mount Isa Airport [3][4]
Moranbah Moranbah Airport [3][4]
Proserpine Proserpine / Whitsunday Coast Airport [3]
Rockhampton Rockhampton Airport [3][4]
Roma Roma Airport Terminated [14]
Sunshine Coast Sunshine Coast Airport [3]
Toowoomba Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport [1]
Townsville Townsville Airport [3][4]
Weipa Weipa Airport [3][4]
Winton Winton Airport Terminated [16]
Australia (South Australia) Adelaide Adelaide Airport Secondary Hub [3][4]
Kangaroo Island Kingscote Airport [17][18]
Port Lincoln Port Lincoln Airport [3]
Whyalla Whyalla Airport [3][4]
Australia (Tasmania) Burnie Burnie Airport [8][19]
Devonport Devonport Airport [3][4]
Hobart Hobart International Airport [3]
Launceston Launceston Airport [3][4]
Australia (Victoria) Bendigo Bendigo Airport [20]
Melbourne Melbourne Airport Hub [3][4]
Mildura Mildura Airport [3][4]
Mount Hotham Mount Hotham Airport Terminated [21]
Australia (Western Australia) Broome Broome International Airport [3][4]
Exmouth Learmonth Airport [3]
Geraldton Geraldton Airport [3]
Kalgoorlie Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport [3][4]
Karratha Karratha Airport [3][4]
Newman Newman Airport [3][4]
Paraburdoo Paraburdoo Airport [3][4]
Perth Perth Airport Secondary Hub [3][4]
Port Hedland Port Hedland International Airport [3][4]
Tom Price Tom Price Airport Terminated [8]
Austria Vienna Vienna International Airport Terminated [22]
Bahamas Nassau Nassau International Airport Terminated [23]
Bahrain Bahrain Bahrain International Airport Terminated [24]
Bermuda Bermuda Bermuda International Airport Terminated [23]
Canada Toronto Toronto Pearson International Airport Terminated [25]
Vancouver Vancouver International Airport [26][27][28]
Chile Santiago Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Suspended [3]
China Beijing Beijing Capital International Airport Terminated [29][30][31]
Shanghai Shanghai Pudong International Airport Suspended [3][31][27]
Egypt Cairo Cairo International Airport Terminated [24][32]
Fiji Nadi Nadi International Airport [33]
France Paris Paris Airport[nb 1] Terminated [34]
French Polynesia Papeete Faa'a International Airport Terminated [8]
Germany Frankfurt Frankfurt Airport Terminated [35]
Greece Athens Ellinikon International Airport Terminated [24][32]
Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport Suspended [3]
Kai Tak International Airport Airport closed [8][36]
India Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport [37][38]
Kolkata Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport Terminated [24][32]
Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminated [39]
Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport Suspended [3]
Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport Suspended [3]
Iran Tehran Tehran Mehrabad International Airport Terminated [24][32]
Italy Rome Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport Resumes 22 June 2022 [24][40]
Japan Fukuoka Fukuoka Airport Terminated [41]
Nagoya Nagoya Komaki Airport Terminated [8]
Osaka Kansai International Airport Suspended [3]
Sapporo New Chitose Airport Seasonal Suspended [41][42]
Tokyo Haneda Airport Suspended [3]
Narita International Airport Suspended [3]
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur International Airport Terminated [43]
Subang International Airport[nb 2] Terminated [15]
Mauritius Mauritius Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport Terminated [5]
Mexico Acapulco Acapulco International Airport Terminated [23]
Mexico City Mexico City International Airport Terminated [23]
Netherlands Amsterdam Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Terminated [44]: 23 
New Caledonia Nouméa La Tontouta International Airport Suspended [3]
New Zealand Auckland Auckland Airport [3]
Christchurch Christchurch Airport [3]
Queenstown Queenstown Airport [3]
Rotorua Rotorua International Airport Terminated [45]
Wellington Wellington International Airport [3]
Norfolk Island Norfolk Island Norfolk Island Airport [46]
Pakistan Karachi Jinnah International Airport Terminated [32]
Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Jacksons International Airport Suspended [4]
Philippines Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport Suspended [3]
Serbia Belgrade Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport Terminated [44]: 23 
Singapore Singapore Changi Airport [33]
Solomon Islands Honiara Honiara International Airport Terminated [41]
South Africa Johannesburg O. R. Tambo International Airport [33]
South Korea Seoul Gimpo International Airport[nb 3] Terminated [41]
Incheon International Airport Terminated [48]
Syria Damascus Damascus International Airport Terminated [22]
Taiwan Taipei Taoyuan International Airport Terminated [8]
Thailand Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport[nb 4] Terminated [41]
Suvarnabhumi Airport [33]
Turkey Istanbul Istanbul Atatürk Airport Terminated [32]
United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai International Airport Terminated [49][50]
United Kingdom London London Heathrow International Airport [33]
Manchester Manchester Airport Terminated [41]
United States Atlanta Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Terminated [12]
Boston Logan International Airport Terminated [41]
Chicago O'Hare International Airport Terminated [8]
Dallas Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Suspended [3]
Honolulu Daniel K. Inouye International Airport [33]
Los Angeles Los Angeles International Airport [33]
New York City John F. Kennedy International Airport Suspended [3]
San Francisco San Francisco International Airport Suspended [51]
Washington, D.C. Washington Dulles International Airport Terminated [25]
Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Tan Son Nhat International Airport Terminated [8][43]
Zimbabwe Harare Harare International Airport Terminated [8]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The reference does not specify what Paris airport was served. But CDG is the main international airport.[citation needed]
  2. ^ Kuala Lumpur's international traffic was taken over by Kuala Lumpur International Airport upon its inauguration in mid-1998.[citation needed]
  3. ^ Most international traffic at Gimpo Airport was taken over by Incheon Airport in 2001.[47]
  4. ^ Most international traffic at Don Mueang Airport was taken over by Suvarnabhumi Airport in 2001.[citation needed]

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