In full: The updated Qantas network

written by Sandy Milne | June 4, 2020
Qantas Boeing 747-400 VH-OJU at the airline's Los Angeles maintenance facility. (Jordan Chong)
Qantas Boeing 747-400 VH-OJU at the airline’s Los Angeles maintenance facility. (Jordan Chong)

With the recent unveiling of an expanded domestic travel network, Qantas services between state and territory capital cities are set to ramp up dramatically across the month of June.

Intra-state services to regional hubs including Cairns and Broome are also set to receive a boost.

The full list of current and additional flights operated by both Qantas and Jetstar, which can be booked through the usual channels, are laid out below. Current numbers of flight are shown in bold, with figures expected by end of June in brackets.

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East coast capitals

  • Qantas Sydney – Melbourne 5 (46)
  • Jetstar Sydney – Melbourne 7 (21)
  • Qantas Sydney – Brisbane 5 (21)
  • Jetstar Sydney – Brisbane 7 (9)
  • Qantas Melbourne – Brisbane 4 (14)
  • Jetstar Melbourne – Brisbane 3 (5)

East-west

  • Qantas Melbourne – Perth 7 (7)
  • Qantas Perth – Sydney 7 (7)

Adelaide

  • Qantas Adelaide – Melbourne 0 (3) (route resuming)
  • Jetstar Adelaide – Melbourne 7 (7)
  • Jetstar Adelaide – Sydney 7 (7)

Northern Territory

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  • Qantas Darwin – Alice Springs – Sydney 2 (2)
  • Qantas Darwin – Brisbane 2 (2)

Canberra

  • Qantas Canberra – Sydney 5 (19)
  • Qantas Canberra – Melbourne 5 (16)
  • Qantas Canberra – Brisbane 5 (10)

Tasmania

  • Jetstar Hobart – Melbourne 7 (7)
  • Qantas Launceston – Melbourne 2 (3)

Intrastate Victoria

  • Qantas Melbourne – Mildura 2 (6)

Intrastate South Australia

  • Qantas Adelaide – Port Lincoln 2 (6)
  • Qantas Adelaide – Kingscote 2 (3)
  • Qantas Adelaide – Whyalla 2 (3)

Intrastate NSW/NSW-Vic

  • Qantas Albury – Sydney 2 (6)
  • Qantas Armidale – Sydney 2 (3)
  • Qantas Sydney – Ballina Byron Bay 0 (4) (new route)
  • Jetstar Sydney – Ballina Byron Bay 2 (4)
  • Jetstar Melbourne – Ballina Byron Bay 0 (3) (route resuming)
  • Qantas Coffs Harbour – Sydney 2 (via Port Macquarie) (6) (direct)
  • Qantas Dubbo – Sydney 2 (6)
  • Qantas Lord Howe Island – Sydney 1 (1)
  • Qantas Moree – Sydney 0 (3) (route resuming)
  • Qantas Port Macquarie – Sydney 2 (via Coffs Harbour) (6) (direct)
  • Qantas Sydney – Tamworth 2 (6)
  • Qantas Sydney – Wagga Wagga 2 (6)
  • Jetstar Melbourne – Newcastle 0 (3) (route resuming)

Intrastate Western Australia

  • Qantas Perth – Newman 2 (10)
  • Qantas Karratha – Perth 2 (9)
  • Qantas Perth – Port Hedland 2
    (via Paraburdoo) (9)
    (direct)
  • Qantas Broome – Perth 2 (7)
  • Qantas Kalgoorlie – Perth 2 (5)
  • Qantas Geraldton – Perth 2 (3)
  • Qantas Learmonth (Exmouth) – Perth 2 (3)
  • Qantas Paraburdoo – Perth 2
    (via Port Hedland) (2)
    (direct)

Intrastate Queensland

  • Qantas Brisbane – Cairns 0 (6) (route resuming)
  • Jetstar Brisbane – Cairns 2 (3)
  • Qantas Brisbane – Townsville 0 (6) (route resuming)
  • Jetstar Brisbane – Townsville 2 (3)
  • Qantas Brisbane – Emerald 2 (6)
  • Qantas Brisbane – Gladstone 2 (7)
  • Qantas Brisbane – Hervey Bay 0 (3) (route resuming)
  • Qantas Brisbane – Longreach 3 (3)
  • Qantas Brisbane – Mackay 3 (10)
  • Qantas Brisbane – Moranbah 3 (9)
  • Qantas Brisbane – Mount Isa 2 (5)
  • Qantas Brisbane – Rockhampton 3 (11)
  • Qantas Brisbane – Roma 4 (4)
  • Jetstar Brisbane – Whitsunday Coast (Proserpine) 0 (3) (route resuming)
  • Qantas Cairns – Horn Island 2 (3)
  • Qantas Cairns – Townsville 6 (8)
  • Qantas Cairns – Weipa 2 (3)
  • Qantas Charleville – Roma 2 (2)
  • Qantas Mackay – Rockhampton 2 (5)
  • Qantas Mackay – Townsville 3 (5)
  • Qantas Townsville – Cloncurry – Mount Isa 3 (3)

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In full: The updated Qantas network Comment

  • Red Cee

    says:

    I would like to know how this will pay for Qantas to operate these flights, as of today, for travel to the NT, Qld, SA, WA and Tas, these currently need a fourteen day lockdown period if you are entering from interstate. If there is currently a way for us to enter these states from interstate without the compulsory lock down, I will be very interested to hear how it can be done.

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