Qantas Offers Special Fares From Jakarta

  • Skybeds are available in Qantas Business Class.

    Skybeds are available in Qantas Business Class.

  • Economy service includes continuous refreshments throughout the flight.

    Economy service includes continuous refreshments throughout the flight.

  • Beef Rendang is served on select International Business Class flights.

    Beef Rendang is served on select International Business Class flights.

  • An Airbus A330-300 flying over the Sydney Habour.

    An Airbus A330-300 flying over the Sydney Habour.

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Qantas is the world’s second-oldest airline. Founded in the Queensland outback in 1920, it is Australia’s largest domestic and international airline and is recognized as one of the world’s leading long-distance carriers, having pioneered services from Australia to North America and Europe.

The Qantas Group offers services across a network spanning more than 220 destinations in over 50 countries, across Australia, Asia, and the Pacific, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa including those served by codeshare partner airlines. With more than 78 years of flying experience to neighboring Indonesia, Qantas lays claim to the title of longest running Australian airline to the capital city of Jakarta. Qantas currently operates four return services per week between Jakarta and Sydney, flying Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Prior to departure, eligible customers can enjoy Qantas’ associated lounge, JAS Executive Lounge, in Terminal 2, providing shower facilities, tea, coffee, beverages, and dining. Customers traveling onboard the Qantas A330 will experience unrivaled personal service, exceptional style, food inspired by renowned Australian Chef Neil Perry and an award-winning beverage selection.  In Economy, customers can relax with a personal seat-back entertainment screen that offers on-demand movies, TV, and radio programs.

On return flights from Australia to Jakarta, eligible customers can enjoy Qantas International First and Business Lounges in both Sydney and Melbourne.

Qantas this year announced a new strategy for Asia, with the aim to be the first choice for customers traveling between Australia and Asia. Asia continues to be a key market for Qantas, having opened a multi-million lounge in Singapore earlier this year, with another due to open in Hong Kong in the first quarter of next year.

Qantas International offers 130 flights to Asia every week, with direct flights to 11 cities, and fares available with partner airlines to over 120 more cities in Asia.

As the airline welcomes a new generation of products and services, it will also provide a special promotion to DestinAsian readers to introduce a new generation of flyers to the Qantas’ experience. Special round-trip economy fares from Jakarta to Sydney will be available for US$610 exclusive to DestinAsian readers, along with discounted fares to Melbourne from US$638, the Gold Coast from US$838, Auckland from US$928, Christchurch from US$918, and Santiago from US$2,288. Additionally, the first 300 readers to purchase the discounted flights will receive a complimentary 12-month magazine subscription from DestinAsian or DestinAsian Indonesia.

To learn more about the exclusive deals offered to all DestinAsian & DestinAsian Indonesia readers visit the Qantas website. Campaign ends on December 13, 2013.

This post is published in partnership with Qantas.

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