Qantas Airways Flight Tracking

Track Qantas Airways flights live on the flight radar map and see how many flights are up in the sky right now. With the real-time flight tracker you can track your flight from start till landing. Stay up-to-date about the Qantas Airways flight status, get information about the exact flight position and flight route. Receive detailed flight information with one simple click and monitor each Qantas Airways flight live from any device.

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Qantas Airways Live Flight Tracker: Exact Flight Position and Flight Status

Wanna know how many Qantas Airways aircrafts are up in the sky right now? Or do you want to know where a specific Qantas Airways flight is flying to? The real-time flight radar shows you all current Qantas Airways flights and gives you the possibility to track any of those flights live and for free. Get information about the Qantas Airways flight status, the flight position and flight route, departure and arrival time and many more useful flight details. Just click on one of the aircrafts shown in the map and receive all the information and track a flight from start till landing. If you want to track a specific flight just have a look in the flight list or search your flight by entering the flight number.

Qantas Airways (QF) Flight Tracker: Facts About The Airline

Headquarters: Mascot, Sydney
Hubs: Melbourne Airport, Sydney Airport, Brisbane Airport

Qantas Airways is the flag carrier and the largest airline of Australia. The airline which is nicknamed as “The Flying Kangaroo” is the third oldest airline in the world. Qantas Airways has been founded in November 1920 and began international passenger flights in 1935. As of April 2020 the Qantas mainline fleet consists of 131 aircrafts and is flying to 85 destinations around the globe. Qantas also owns the low-cost airline Jetstar Airways which operates international services form Australia and domestic services within Australia and New Zealand. Together with American Airlines, British Airways, the former Canadian Airlines and Cathay Pacific the airline forms the Oneworld alliance.