A report on QantasLink

Boeing 717-200 in the former livery taking off from Perth Airport
De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400 in the former livery taking off from Sydney Airport
Fokker 100 in the current livery taxiing at Wagga Wagga Airport
De Havilland Canada Dash in current livery at Wagga Wagga Airport
BAe 146-100 taking off from Perth Airport in 2003.
De Havilland Canada Dash 8-100 at Canberra Airport in 2004.

Regional brand of Australian airline Qantas and is an affiliate member of the Oneworld airline alliance.

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Qantas

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Flag carrier of Australia and its largest airline by fleet size, international flights and international destinations.

Flag carrier of Australia and its largest airline by fleet size, international flights and international destinations.

The original QANTAS office in Longreach, Queensland (c. 1921)
Qantas Empire Airways Short Empire flying boats at Rose Bay in Sydney Harbour (c. 1939)
Qantas Headquarters in Mascot, Sydney.
A Bombardier Q400 of subsidiary Sunstate Airlines.
A Qantas Boeing 747-400 in Australian Grand Prix livery at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in 2011.
The first daylight arrival of a Qantas Airbus A380 at Dubai International Airport on 1 April 2013 is greeted with a water cannon salute.
Flight attendant wearing Qantas uniform
A Qantas first-class suite on the Airbus A380.
Qantas Business Suite on all Boeing 787, Airbus A330-300 and selected Airbus A380 aircraft.
Qantas Business Skybed 2 on selected Airbus A380 aircraft.
A Qantas Premium Economy seat on the Boeing 787.
Qantas international economy cabin on the Airbus A380.
Qantas in-flight entertainment (IFE) system in Premium Economy
The Qantas International Business Lounge at Singapore Changi Airport.
The Qantas International Business Lounge at Sydney Airport.
A Boeing 747-400ER in 2006 wearing the Wunala Dreaming livery. From 2003 to 2012, it was the second aircraft to carry the colour scheme.
A Boeing {{not a typo|747-300}} in 2004 wearing the Nalanji Dreaming livery. The aircraft carried the colour scheme from 1995 to 2005.
A Boeing {{not a typo|737-800}} in 2005 wearing the Yananyi Dreaming livery. The aircraft carried the colour scheme from 2002 to 2014.
A Boeing {{not a typo|737-800}} in 2015 wearing the Mendoowoorrji livery.
A Boeing {{not a typo|787-9}} in 2018 wearing the Yam Dreaming livery. The aircraft has carried the colour scheme since 2018.
VH-VZD advertising Optus
VH-OJS advertising Socceroos
VH-OGG advertising 'Planes (film)'
VH-OQH advertising the 'Australian Wallabies (Rugby)'
VH-ZNJ with 100th anniversary of Qantas' livery

Various subsidiary airlines operate to regional centres and on some trunk routes within Australia under the QantasLink banner.

Impulse Airlines

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Independent airline in Australia which operated regional and low cost trunk services between 1992 and 2004.

Independent airline in Australia which operated regional and low cost trunk services between 1992 and 2004.

Impulse Airlines mascot
Impulse Boeing 717 in 2001

It was acquired by Qantas in 2001 to formed the basis of Qantas' new regional airline QantasLink.

Jetstar

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Australian low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne.

Australian low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne.

Jetstar headquarters in the Melbourne suburb of Collingwood
Seat-back videos in the economy class section of Jetstar's Boeing 787
Jetstar Airways (Australia/New Zealand)
Jetstar Asia/Valuair (Singapore)
Jetstar Japan

Qantas had previously acquired Impulse Airlines on 20 November 2001 and operated it under the QantasLink brand, but following the decision to launch a low-cost carrier, re-launched the airline under the Jetstar brand.

Sunstate Airlines

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A Sunstate Airlines Embraer EMB-110P1 Bandeirante at Mildura Airport.
A Sunstate Airlines DHC-8-202 in a Qantas Link livery
Sunstate Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 in special scheme to raise awareness of breast cancer
Sunstate De Havilland Canada Dash 8 Q400 at Canberra Airport

Sunstate Airlines is a subsidiary of Qantas which operates regional flights under the QantasLink banner throughout Queensland, and between Brisbane and Canberra.

Melbourne Airport

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Primary airport serving the city of Melbourne, and the second busiest airport in Australia.

Primary airport serving the city of Melbourne, and the second busiest airport in Australia.

Prime Minister John Gorton giving a speech at the opening of Melbourne Airport.
Australian Airlines Boeing 727 at Melbourne Airport in 1988.
Airport Layout (as of October 2016)
Terminal 1 Departures
T2 Departure Gates
Terminal 3 interior
Pier with gates 41-52, part of Terminal 4
Walkway to car park
Tullamarine Freeway at the Calder Freeway interchange
A Skybus Super Shuttle travelling to Melbourne Airport.

Terminal 1 hosts domestic and regional services for Qantas Group airlines, Qantas and QantasLink (which is located to the northern end of the building).

Eastern Australia Airlines

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Airline based on the grounds of Sydney Airport in Mascot, New South Wales, Australia.

Airline based on the grounds of Sydney Airport in Mascot, New South Wales, Australia.

An Eastern Australia DHC-8-201 at rest at the Sydney main base. The pink ribbon forward of the entry door is to advertise QantasLink's support of breast cancer research, while aft of the door is the Oneworld logo.
An Eastern Australia Airlines Bombardier Q300 at Wagga Wagga Airport in QantasLink colors
Eastern Australia Airlines Bombardier Q300 at Wellington Airport in Jetstar Airways colors

It is a regional domestic airline serving sixteen destinations within Australia under the QantasLink banner.

Cobham Aviation Services

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Scheduled and charter airline and aviation services provider with its headquarters in Adelaide, South Australia.

Scheduled and charter airline and aviation services provider with its headquarters in Adelaide, South Australia.

Cobham BAe 146s at Perth Airport, in the new livery.
National Jet Avro RJ70 at Perth Airport (2003), in the old livery.
Cobham BAe 146-300QT in the colours of Australian air Express
A Boeing 717 in QantasLink livery at Canberra Airport, November 2013, operated by Cobham at the time
National Jet BAe 146-200 at Sydney Airport

After Australian Airlines merged with Qantas, these operations continued using QantasLink branding.

Sydney Airport

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International airport in Sydney, Australia, located 8 km (5 mi) south of the Sydney central business district, in the suburb of Mascot.

International airport in Sydney, Australia, located 8 km (5 mi) south of the Sydney central business district, in the suburb of Mascot.

Sydney Airport taxiway going over a major road
KLM Douglas DC-8 at Gate 2 of the International Terminal in 1972
Qantas aircraft at Terminal 3
Sydney Airport Air Traffic Control Tower
The airport and its surrounds from above, 2016
Airport Map
Terminal 1
Terminals 2 and 3
A McDonnell Douglas MD-11F of FedEx Express taxiing to the cargo terminal at Sydney Airport; Terminal 3 is in the background
International destinations from Sydney Airport
Terminal 1
Terminal 2 airside
Terminal 3 check-in area
Domestic Airport station on the Sydney Trains Airport & South Line
Road entrance towards Terminals 2 and 3

Terminal 3 is a domestic terminal, serving Qantas with QantasLink flights having moved their operations from Terminal 2 to Terminal 3 on 16 August 2013.

Embraer EMB-120ER in polished aluminium livery at Perth Airport in 2012

Network Aviation

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Airline based at Perth Airport, operating regular scheduled and air charter services in support of "fly-in fly-out" mining operations throughout Western Australia.

Airline based at Perth Airport, operating regular scheduled and air charter services in support of "fly-in fly-out" mining operations throughout Western Australia.

Embraer EMB-120ER in polished aluminium livery at Perth Airport in 2012
Fokker 100 at Perth Airport
Network Aviation Fokker 100 in QantasLink "new roo" livery taxiing at Wagga Wagga Airport
Network Aviation Cessna 441 Conquest II

In March 2015 QantasLink ceased its scheduled turboprop aircraft operations in Western Australia.

Newcastle Airport (New South Wales)

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8 NM north of Newcastle, New South Wales in Port Stephens.

8 NM north of Newcastle, New South Wales in Port Stephens.

View from the air, 2014
Passenger terminal
Jetstar Airbus A320-200
Jetstar Airbus A320-200 in Powderfinger livery at Newcastle Airport

Jetstar, Virgin Australia and QantasLink operate flights to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Ballina.