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Schedules Guide & Tariff

Schedules Guide & Tariff

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Provided for Australian College QED with permission by Pacific Travel Training.
Important Notice: Pacific Travel Training has used it's best endeavours in collecting and collating the material contained in the schedules guide but cannot warrant that the information contained is complete and does not assume and hereby disclaims liability to any person for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions in this schedules guide whether such errors or omissions result from negligence, accident or any other cause.
Neither the whole nor part of any of this schedules guide shall be copied without the express prior approval in writing of owner, Pacific Travel Training.
Specially prepared by Pacific Training Limited, February 2005 (5.1.1)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TERMINOLOGY ....................................................................................................................................... 5
Airline Designator Codes ...................................................................................................................... 5
Aircraft Codes........................................................................................................................................ 5
City/Airport Code.................................................................................................................................. 6
The 24-Hour Clock ................................................................................................................................ 6
The phonetic alphabet........................................................................................................................... 7
PASSENGER INFORMATION ................................................................................................................. 9
Tickets.................................................................................................................................................... 9
Forms of Identification ......................................................................................................................... 9
Photographic Identification .............................................................................................................. 9
Children and Infants ....................................................................................................................... 10
Check-in............................................................................................................................................... 10
Qantas QuickCheck .......................................................................................................................... 11
In-flight Cuisine .................................................................................................................................. 12
On: Q Entertainment .......................................................................................................................... 13
Airport Transfers................................................................................................................................. 13
Your Baggage ....................................................................................................................................... 14
Your Health In-flight............................................................................................................................15
In-flight Workout .................................................................................................................................17
Cabin Pressurisation ........................................................................................................................... 18
Jet Lag.................................................................................................................................................. 18
Motion Sickness .................................................................................................................................. 19
Prohibited items .................................................................................................................................. 19
AUSTRALIAN STANDARD TIME CALCULATOR................................................................................ 21
AIRCRAFT............................................................................................................................................... 25
Boeing 747-400 ................................................................................................................................... 25
Boeing 777-200 ................................................................................................................................... 25
Boeing 777-200 ................................................................................................................................... 26
737-300................................................................................................................................................ 26
737-300................................................................................................................................................ 27
DASH 8 ................................................................................................................................................28
How to use ..........................................................................................................................................28
How to use ........................................................................................................................................... 29
Departure city SYDNEY .................................................................................................................. 29
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Government Taxes/Fees/Charges ...................................................................................................... 41
DOMESTIC TARIFF ............................................................................................................................... 45
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................ 45
Australian Domestic Fare Levels ........................................................................................................ 46
Australian Domestic Fares..................................................................................................................48
Route Decodes..................................................................................................................................... 62
Fare Rules ............................................................................................................................................ 65
Normal Domestic Fares (J/Y).............................................................................................................68
Promotional Fares............................................................................................................................... 69
One Way Excursion Fare (OSOX) (RED DEAL FARES)................................................................ 69
One Way Excursion Fare (VPXO)(SUPER SAVER FARES) .......................................................... 70
One Way Excursion Fare (V14ANO)(SUPER SAVER FARES).......................................................71
One Way Excursion Fare (L14ANO)(SUPER SAVER FARES) ...................................................... 72
One Way Excursion Fare (H5ANO)(FLEXI SAVER FARES) ........................................................ 73
CALENDAR FOR YEAR 2005 ................................................................................................................ 74

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TERMINOLOGY

Airline Designator Codes
Below are airline designator codes shown in the “decode format”. These codes are assigned by IATA and are used in reservations, timetables, ticketing, tariffs, air waybills, schedule publications and interline communications.
DJ

Virgin Blue

JQ

Jetstar

NC

National Jet

QF

Qantas Airways

UQ

O’Connor Mt. Gambier

ZL

Regional Express (REX)

Aircraft Codes
Below are a sample of aircraft codes that are used within the Schedules Guide.
146

British Aerospace Bae146-200 series

737

Boeing 737-all series

733

Boeing 737-300 series

734

Boeing 737-400 series

747

Boeing 747-all series

743

Boeing 747-300 series

744

Boeing 747-400 series

767

Boeing 767-all series

763

Boeing 767-300 series

764

Boeing 767-400 series

DH8

De Haviland Canada Dash 8

LCH

Launch

SH6

Shorts 360

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City/Airport Code
Below are city/airport codes. The codes are displayed alphabetically in the "decode format".
Code

City

Code

City

Code

City

ADL

Adelaide

GOV

Gove

MRZ

Moree

ARM

Armidale

HBA

Hobart

NAA

Narrabri

ASP

Alice Springs

HIS

Hayman Island

NTL

Newcastle

AYQ

Ayers Rock

HTI

Hamilton Island

OOL

Gold Coast

BDB

Bundaberg

HVB

Hervey Bay

PBO

Paraburdoo

BLT

Blackwater

ISA

Mount Isa

PER

Perth

BME

Broome

JHQ

Shute Harbour

PHE

Port Hedland

BNE

Brisbane

KGI

Kalgoorlie

PLO

Port Lincoln

BWT

Burnie

KPS

Kempsey

PPP

Proserpine

CBR

Canberra

KTA

Karratha

PQQ

Port Macquarie

CFS

Coffs Harbour

LST

Launceston

ROK

Rockhampton

CNS

Cairns

MBH

Maryborough

SYD

Sydney

DBO

Dubbo

MCY

Maroochydore

TIS

Thursday Island

DRW

Darwin

MEL

Melbourne

TMW

Tamworth

DPO

Devonport

MGB

Mount Gambier

TRO

Taree

GFN

Grafton

MKY

Mackay

TSV

Townsville

GLT

Gladstone

MQL

Mildura

WYA

Whyalla

The 24-Hour Clock
The 24-hour clock uses a format whereby time begins and ends at 1200 midnight (2400hrs) and carries forward by the applicable minutes, always being expressed in a four (4) digit format. For example: 1.00am = 0100

Add zero before time

2.00am = 0200

Add zero before time

3.00am = 0300

Add zero before time

10.00am = 1000

Already 4 digit—no addition necessary

Times are stated as they appear until 12.59pm, but from 1.00pm until 12.00 midnight you must add
1200 hours to the time to arrive at the time in 24-hour clock. For example:
1.05pm = 0105 + 1200 = 1305 hours
6.00pm = 0600 + 1200 = 1800 hours
8.45pm = 0845 + 1200 = 2045 hours

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Note: Times are stated in hundred hours as they are written. For example:
1.00am = 0100

Zero One Hundred Hours

11.00am = 1100

Eleven Hundred Hours

9.00pm = 2100

Twenty One Hundred Hours

11.59pm = 2359

Twenty Three Fifty Nine Hours

The phonetic alphabet
When making a reservation by telephone some confusion may arise over the spelling of a passenger's family name. If a passenger's family name is spelled incorrectly it may cause problems at check-in or when the passenger makes contact with the airline's reservations department. This confusion arises when various names or letters "sound the same" when given over the telephone. In order to overcome this problem a system has been devised where words representing letters are used, this system is known as the phonetic alphabet.
The phonetic alphabet is:
A

ALPHA

J

JULIET

S

SIERRA

B

BRAVO

K

KILO

T

TANGO

C

CHARLIE

L

LIMA

U

UNIFORM

D

DELTA

M

MIKE

V

VICTOR

E

ECHO

N

NOVEMBER

W

WHISKY

F

FOXTROT

O

OSCAR

X

X-RAY

G

GOLF

P

PAPA

Y

YANKEE

H

HOTEL

Q

QUEBEC

Z

ZULU

I

INDIA

R

ROMEO

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PASSENGER INFORMATION

Tickets
Passengers musts ensure that you are fully aware of the terms and conditions applying to your ticket.
All tickets are issued subject to conditions of contract and to the Terms and Conditions of Carriage.
Paper Tickets
A paper ticket is a ticket that is printed on paper and given to the passenger who surrenders it at checkin. Photographic identification must be produced at check in for all passengers 18 years of age or older.
E-Tickets
An e-ticket or electronic ticket is a ticket that is stored electronically rather than being printed on paper. We recommend that you carry your e-ticket receipt at all times for both international and domestic services. Photographic identification must be produced at check in for all passengers 18 years of age or older.

Forms of Identification
If you have an e-ticket or paper ticket and are travelling domestically within Australia (flights QF400 and above), you are required to produce photographic identification at check in.
If you are travelling domestically and departing from an international terminal (flights QF001-QF399), and are
18 years of age or over, you will need to produce photographic identification that includes your full name. Your boarding pass will have a special 'D' (Domestic) sticker. You will need to sign your name in the space provided and may also be required to record details of your photographic identification.
Retain your boarding pass, as you will need to present it at immigration and customs clearance points at the end of your journey. This is required to comply with the Migration regulations administered by the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (DIMIA).

Photographic Identification
All forms of photographic identification must be valid at the time of travel; acceptable identification may include:


National passport



Motor vehicle driver's licence issued under a law of the Commonwealth of Australia, or of an
Australian State or Territory



A document that identifies you issued by: o o

an Australian State or Territory, or

o



the Commonwealth of Australia, or by an authority of the Commonwealth of Australia, or an Australian State or Territory

Aviation security identification card issued by the operator of the aircraft or the operator of an airport in Australia

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Children and Infants
Children and infants are subject to the same identification requirements as adults. Exceptions from the identification requirements are given to children and infants travelling:


with an adult, or



as part of an organised group

For group travel, the adult responsible for and travelling with the group, is to present a letter from the organisation (For example, school or sporting group) that includes name, date of birth and sex of the responsible adult plus the names, dates of birth and sex of each of the children.
For domestic travel departing from an international terminal (flights QF001-QF399):


If the child is travelling with a parent or guardian their name must be recorded on the back of their parent or guardian's boarding pass.



If the child is under 12 years of age and is travelling unaccompanied they will be escorted through the airport by airline staff.



If the child is between 12 and 18 years of age and is travelling unaccompanied they will be escorted through the airport if they do not carry an accepted form of photographic identification. To save any confusion or delays at the airport, ensure that you have the appropriate identification for all members of your travelling party

Check-in
Getting away on time
Qantas is committed to departing on time and know this is important to your plans. We therefore want to ensure you understand our departure deadlines, and appreciate your help in achieving these.
For domestic flights QF400 and above:


30 minutes before departure—checked in



20 minutes before departure—boarding starts



15 minutes before departure—check-in closes



5 minutes before departure—boarding closes

For domestic flights QF399 and under:


60 minutes before departure—checked in

Same Day Return Check-in
If you are flying domestically in Australia or New Zealand, you can now check-in for your return flight if you are returning within 12 hours of your departure flight and only have carry on baggage. If you do receive a return boarding pass ensure you are at your boarding gate no later than 20 minutes before the flight departure time.
If you wish to change your return flight call 13 13 13 or see a Customer Service Agent at the airport.
Changes are subject to the fare conditions of the ticket you have purchased.

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Priority check-in
Qantas provides separate dedicated check-in counters for First and Business customers at all airports.
If confirmed in Economy but waitlisted for First or Business you are entitled to check in at the dedicated Business counters.

Qantas QuickCheck
E-ticket customers departing from Sydney (Terminal 3), Melbourne, Brisbane or Canberra (in The
Qantas Club Lounge) domestic terminals can take advantage of our Qantas Quick Check kiosks.
QuickCheck is a self-service check-in for domestic e-ticket customers travelling from Sydney#,
Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra that will allow you to check in for your flights in less than 60 seconds. You'll find the easy-to-use kiosks conveniently located in each of these domestic terminals.
QuickCheck's unique and simple touch-screen means you'll be through check-in quicker than ever. In fact, experienced QuickCheck users should be able to reduce their check-in time to less than 30 seconds. You can also view aircraft seat maps and select available seats. Simply insert your Frequent
Flyer card, Qantas Club card or the credit card, that is recorded in your booking.+ Alternatively, if you have made your booking direct with Qantas, you can check in using your 6 digit Booking Reference that is located on your Qantas e-ticket itinerary receipt. To ensure QuickCheck can find your booking, ensure that Frequent Flyer details are correctly inserted into your booking
Same Day Return Check-in
You can now check-in for your return flight if you are returning within 12 hours of your departure flight and only have carry on baggage. If you do receive a return boarding pass ensure you are at your boarding gate no later than 20 minutes before the flight departure time.
If you wish to change your return flight call 13 13 13 or see a Customer Service Agent at the airport.
Changes are subject to the fare conditions of the ticket you have purchased.
Change to an Earlier Flight
If you arrive early to check-in for your flight you now have the option to change to an earlier flight.*
Simply select the 'Check availability on earlier flights' option and you'll be presented with a list of available flights up to five hours earlier than your original flight, but not inside 30 minutes.
* Subject to the fare conditions of the ticket you have purchased.
QuickCheck Locations
There are two types of QuickCheck kiosks available. The smaller kiosks, located in the main check-in area and Qantas Club lounges should be used if you have no baggage to check in.
If you do have baggage to check in, the QuickCheck kiosks specially designed to take your bags are now available within the main check-in area in Sydney and Melbourne.
Currently available in Terminal 3 only, servicing flights QF400 - 1599.
Check-in times
Customers must check in according to the following guidelines:
Departing from Domestic Terminal-Latest Check-in
Departing from International Terminal-Latest Check-in

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In-flight Cuisine
To improve your in-flight experience, we have created an economy class meal service that offers more variety with an enhanced presentation.
On flights up to 2.5 hours, breakfast, lunch and dinner are served on half trays, lined with newly designed tray mats and cutlery.
On flights longer than 2.5 hours, a full tray service is offered with hot meals.
Meal boxes are used to serve refreshments throughout the day and incorporate new contemporary designs supporting Australian arts and culture.
Meal service times
Breakfast up to 8.30am (9.30am on longer flights)
Lunch between 12.00noon and 1.30pm
Dinner between 6.00pm and 8.30pm
A new range of snacks including scones with jam and cream, a variety of dips served with bruschetta, naan bread and rice crackers, savoury mixes, fresh tasty cakes, biscuits, nougats and mints are offered between meal services.
Between Perth and East Coast
You can now enjoy a new level of comfort and service between Perth and Sydney, Melbourne,
Brisbane.
Our new Economy is all about giving you more choice and more generous servings. Features of our new Economy service include:


New printed menus



Contemporary new meal trays, wine glasses,



glass salad bowls, napkins and stainless steel cutlery



Additional meal choices with more generous offerings



Additional service of tea and coffee in the morning or ice cream or dessert in the afternoon and evening



Meal services designed for the time of the day such as a wakeup juice for night flights •

Complimentary beer and wine from lunch time*



Complimentary newspapers until 9am*



Refreshing mints prior to landing



Night flight amenities

* On weekday flights only
Recycling
Included in our range of new food service equipment are pieces which are not only modern, aesthetically pleasing and functional, but which have been designed with the environment in mind.
Development of this new product brought about many challenges, including, the need to maximise opportunities for recycling and minimise the generation of waste on the environment.
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On: Q Entertainment
Our programs are changed throughout the day. Begin a business day with a comprehensive round up of the morning's news, or get up to date with the late edition news. Relax on your way home with our comedy and variety programs.
You can also choose one of ten Q Radio channels including a wide variety of music and our exclusive talk programs, "Talking Business" and "A Current of Air".
In-flight entertainment is not available on QantasLink services.

Airport Transfers
Domestic to International Transfer
Qantas now offers full international services at most domestic airports within Australia. At check in you will be issued with your international boarding pass, your baggage will be tagged through to your final destination. To assist with international departure formalities you will be issued an Express
Card to access the EXPRESS lane at the international terminal.
International to Domestic Transfer
Qantas now offers a full transfer service to international customers with Domestic connections. At check in you will be issued with your domestic boarding pass, your baggage will be tagged through to your final destination.
Important Note: Remember that you will need to claim your baggage and clear customs at your transfer airport.
Express Passenger Clearance
Express Passenger Clearance is a customer service pioneered by Qantas. At check in, your passenger service agent will commence your immigration clearance by typing in your passport or visa number to our check-in computer system. Through a computer link to Australian Immigration, Qantas will provide an Express Passenger Clearance departure or arrival card, pre-printed with most information required for your immigration clearance.

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Your Baggage
Carry on Baggage Allowances
Passengers (except infants+) are allowed the following baggage
Route

Piece Allowance & Dimensions

Weight
Allowance

All Classes:
2 x 105cm bags or
Australian and New Zealand
1 x 105cm bag plus 1 x 185cm non rigid
Domestic
garment bag or

7kg (15lbs) per piec

1 x 115cm bag
Dash 8 and smaller aircraft

1 x 105cm bag

4kg (9lbs) total

Checked Baggage Allowances
Passengers (except infants) are allowed the following baggage. No single item may exceed 32kg.
Route

Piece Allowance and Dimensions

Weight
Allowance

Business: 3 pieces
Australian Domestic

Economy: 1 piece

32kg (70lbs) per piece

Infants: Nil
Economy: 1 piece
Dash 8 and smaller aircraft

Total dimensions* of each piece must not exceed 140cm (54in)

20kg (44lb) total

Infants: Nil
*Total dimensions are measured by adding together the height, width and depth of the bag.
Baggage Dimensions
105 cm = 48 cm (w) + 34 cm(h) + 23 cm (d)
115 cm = 56 cm (w) + 36 cm (h) = 23 cm (d)
185 cm = 60 cm (w) + 114 cm (h) + 11 cm (d)
All Flights
In addition to the baggage referred to above, the following items may be carried free of charge.


Infant’s food for consumption in flight and Infant's carry basket.

QantasLink
Please be aware that stowage limitations apply on some QantasLink operated services, baggage may at times need to be transported on a different flight to the passenger Domestic Travel is defined as travel not combined with any international flights. International Travel is defined as travel between two or more countries including any flights within those countries when they are combined with any international flights.
For International travel, a passenger using Qantas and QantasLink connecting services is entitled to the applicable international free baggage allowance. Additional baggage may be carried at a fixed baggage rate per piece. An excess fee or handling charge will be collected for each piece of baggage over the designated free baggage allowance and for each piece that is oversize or overweight.

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Infant’s facilities on board
The following items are available on Qantas domestic flights:


baby packs containing nappies and other essential items



baby bottle heating equipment



limited range of baby food is available on board



baby change tables are standard on all flights



basinets and carry-on cots are available on selected flights

Children's facilities on board
The following items are available on Qantas domestic flights:


special children's meals available if booked in advance



puzzles and games and pictures



dedicated children's audio channel available on selected flights



dedicated children's video channel available on selected flights

In-flight meals and refreshments
In-flight meals, refreshments and soft drinks are served with the compliments on both Qantas
Airways (on selected sectors), alcoholic beverages in Business Class are complimentary, however, alcoholic beverages in Economy Class are subject to a charge on all domestic sectors. Special adult or children's meals are available upon request at no extra charge.

Your Health In-flight
At Qantas we care about your comfort and safety. We have included the following information about your health in-flight that we hope you will find helpful and useful.
When you are flying you can be seated and inactive for long periods of time. The environment can be low in humidity and pressurised up to an altitude of 2440 metres above sea level. Unlike other forms of transportation, air travel allows for rapid movement across many time zones, causing a disruption to the body's 'biological clock'.
Although these factors do not pose a health or safety threat to most customers, there are guidelines you can follow that will aid comfort during and after a flight.
Cabin Humidity and Dehydration
Humidity levels of less than 25 percent are common in the cabin. This is due to the extremely low humidity levels of the outside air supplied to the cabin. The low humidity can cause drying of the nose, throat and eyes and it can irritate wearers of contact lens.
We recommend that you:


Drink water and juices frequently during your flight.



Drink coffee, tea and alcohol in moderation. These drinks act as diuretics, increasing the body's dehydration. •

Remove contact lenses and wear glasses if your eyes are irritated.



Use a skin moisturiser to refresh the skin.

Eating and Drinking
Proper eating and drinking will enhance your comfort both during and after your flight.
We recommend that you:

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Avoid overeating just before and during the flight. It is difficult to digest too much food when the body is inactive.



Drink coffee, tea and alcohol in moderation. These drinks act as diuretics, increasing the body's dehydration. Blood Circulation and Muscle Relaxation
When you're sitting upright and inactive for a long period of time, several things can happen:


The central blood vessels in your legs can be compressed, making it harder for the blood to get back to your heart.



Muscles can become tense, resulting in backaches and a feeling of excessive fatigue during, and even after your flight.



The normal body mechanism for returning fluid to the heart, can be inhibited and gravity can cause the fluid to collect in your feet, resulting in swollen feet after a long flight.



Some studies have concluded that prolonged immobility may be a risk factor in the formation of blood clots in the legs, deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Particular medications and medical conditions may increase the risk of formation of blood clots if associated with prolonged immobility. Medical research indicates that factors that may give you an increased risk of blood clots in the legs include: •

Personal or family history of DVT.



Recent surgery or injury, especially to lower limbs or abdomen.



Blood disorders leading to increased clotting tendency.



Immobilisation for a day or more.



If you are aged above 40 years.



Oestrogen hormone therapy, including oral contraceptives.



Pregnancy.



Tobacco smoking.



Former or current malignant disease.



Obesity.



Dehydration.



Heart failure.



Varicose veins.

Recommendations:


If any of these categories apply to you or you have any concerns about your health and flying, we recommend you seek medical advice before travelling.



Compression stockings can assist in preventing swelling of the ankles and feet and they may improve the blood return to the body from the lower legs. You may like to talk to your doctor about this. The stockings may be purchased from medical and surgical supply companies and will need to be individually fitted to your leg measurements.



While in-flight, move your legs and feet for three to four minutes per hour while seated and move about the cabin occasionally.



Do the light exercises recommended below in the In-flight Workout section.

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In-flight Workout
These exercises are designed to provide a safe way to stretch and enjoy movement in certain muscle groups that can become stiff as a result of long periods of sitting. They may be effective at increasing the body's blood circulation and massaging the muscles.
We recommend that you do these exercises for around three or four minutes every hour and occasionally get out of your seat and walk down the aisles.
Each exercise should be done with minimal disturbance to other passengers. None of the following exercises should be performed if they cause pain or cannot be done with ease.
1.

Ankle Circles
Lift foot off the floor.
Draw a circle with the toes simultaneously moving one foot clockwise and the other counter clockwise.
Reverse circles, rotate in each direction for 15 seconds.

2. Foot Pumps
Foot motion is in three stages.
Start with both heels on the floor and point feet upward as high as you can.
Put both feet flat on the floor.
Lift heels high, keeping balls of feet on the floor.
Repeat these three stages in a continuous motion and in 30-second intervals.
3. Knee Lifts
Lift leg with knee bent while contracting your thigh muscle.
Alternate legs. Repeat 20 to 30 times for each leg.

4. Neck Roll
With shoulders relaxed, drop ear to shoulder and gently roll neck forward and back, holding each position about five seconds. Repeat five times.

5.

Knee to Chest
Bend forward slightly. Clasp hands around the left knee and hug it to your chest. Hold stretch for 15 seconds.
Keeping hands around the knee, slowly let it down. Alternate legs. Repeat
10 times.

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6. Forward Flex
With both feet on the floor and stomach held in, slowly bend forward and walk your hands down the front of your legs toward your ankles. Hold stretch for 15 seconds and slowly sit back up.

7.

Shoulder Roll
Hunch shoulders forward, then upward, then backward, and downward, using a gentle circular motion

Cabin Pressurisation
It is necessary to pressurise the outside air drawn into the cabin to a sufficient density for your comfort and health. Cabins are pressurised to a maximum cabin altitude of 2440 metres.
The cabin pressure and normal rates of change in cabin pressure during climb and descent do not pose a problem for most customers. However, if you suffer from upper respiratory or sinus infections, obstructive pulmonary diseases, anaemia or certain cardiovascular conditions, you could experience discomfort. Children and infants might experience some discomfort because of pressure changes during climb and descent.
If you are suffering from nasal congestion or allergies, use nasal sprays, decongestants and antihistamines 30 minutes prior to descent to help open up your ear and sinus passages.
If you have a cold, flu or hay fever, your sinuses could be impaired. Swollen membranes in your nose could block your Eustachian tubes - the tiny channels between your nasal passages and your middle ear chamber. This can cause discomfort during changes in cabin pressure, particularly during descent. Recommendations:


If you have a pre-existing medical condition that warrants supplemental oxygen, you can order it from us. Please give at least seven days' notice before travelling.



To 'clear' your ears, try swallowing or yawning. These actions help open your Eustachian tubes, equalising pressure between your middle ear chamber and your throat.



When flying with an infant, feed or give your baby a dummy during descent. Sucking and swallowing will help infants equalise the pressure in their ears.

Jet Lag
The main cause of jet lag is travelling to a different time zone without giving the body a chance to adjust to new night and day cycles. In general, the more time zones you cross during your flight, the more your biological clock is disturbed. The common symptoms are sleeplessness, tiredness, and loss of appetite or appetite at odd hours.

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To try to minimise the effects of jet lag, we recommend that you:


Get a good night's rest before your flight.



If possible, give yourself a day or two to adjust to the new time zone after arrival.



Fly direct to minimise flight time, if you can. This allows you to relax more upon arrival.



Try some light exercise, go for a brisk walk, or do some reading, if you can't sleep after arrival at your destination. It generally takes the body's biological clock approximately one day to adjust per time zone crossed.

Motion Sickness
This ailment is caused by a conflict between the body's sense of vision and its sense of equilibrium.
Air turbulence increases its likelihood because it can cause movement of the fluid in the vestibular apparatus of the inner ear. If you have good visual cues (keeping your eyes fixed on a non-moving object), motion sickness is less likely to occur.
Recommendations:


When the weather is clear and you can see the ground, sea or horizon, you are less susceptible to motion sickness.



You can buy over the counter medications but we recommend that you consult your doctor about the appropriate medications

Smoking regulations
Australian Government regulations prohibit smoking on all Qantas flights regardless of their destination. Prohibited items
For the safety of the aircraft and passengers the following items are not permitted in checked baggage or carry-on baggage.
Compressed gases such as flammable, non-flammable or poisonous;


Explosives such as munitions, flare or fireworks;



Flammable liquids such as lighter fuel or refills, lighters containing unabsorbed liquid fuels, matches, including pocket book matches (other than safety matches), paint thinners, fuel for camping stoves);



Infectious substances such as bacteria or virus cultures;



Oxidising materials such as pool chemicals, fibreglass and repair kits;



Toxic substances such as insecticides, weedkiller, arsenic and cyanides;



Radioactive materials such as beta scopes, radio pharmaceuticals;



Magnetic material;



Corrosives such as acids, alkalis, wet cell batteries, mercury and apparatus containing mercury; •

Disabling devices such as mace, pepper spray, etc. containing an irritant or incapacitating substance are prohibited on the person, in checked and carry-on baggage;



Knives or sharp objects of any type

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AUSTRALIAN STANDARD TIME CALCULATOR
Standard time is shown in hours and minutes ahead (+) or behind (-) G.M.T. (Greenwich Mean Time)
Time zones shown do not take into account Daylight Saving Time.
State/Territory

Time Variation

Australian Capital Territory

+10.00

New South Wales

+10.00

Northern Territory

+9.30

Queensland

+10.00

South Australia

+9.30

Tasmania

+10.00

Victoria

+10.00

Western Australia

+8.00

Service Standards and Codes of Service
Most Qantas Domestic services offer a two (2) class service, Business and Economy Class.
The configuration differs with different aircraft types.
On regional services Qantas offer one (1) class service, Economy Class (sometimes referred to as
Standard Class).
The booking codes or booking class code for these services is:
Business Class

J

Economy Class

Y

Airport Terminals
Qantas flights operate from three passenger terminals in major airports in Australia. Qantas flight numbers determine which terminal in use.
Flight numbers QF1 to QF399 will operate from Qantas International Terminal
Flight numbers QF400 upto QF1599 will operate from Terminal 3 (formally Qantas Domestic
Terminal)
Flight numbers QF1600 will operate from terminal 2 (formally Ansett Terminal)
Conditions of Contract
Qantas carries passengers on flights (or other modes of transport where indicated) in Australia, New
Zealand and elsewhere on contracts that consist of:


these Terms and Conditions;



Qantas General Conditions of Carriage (Passenger and Baggage), available on request, and any applicable tariffs filed by Qantas with regulatory bodies;



International conventions and Australian and New Zealand laws; and



Qantas' oral or written directions to passengers.

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In the event of any inconsistency between these Terms and Conditions and the General Conditions of
Carriage, the General Conditions of Carriage shall prevail.
a) If Qantas issues a ticket or boarding pass for another carrier's flight, it does so only as an agent for that carrier.
b) Unless otherwise stated, a ticket is valid for one year from the issue date.
c) Qantas will use efforts to carry you and your baggage reasonably in accordance with the date and time of the flight(s) specified, but does not guarantee it will be able to do so. Schedules may change without notice.
d) You must: o comply with all applicable government travel requirements, including obtaining visas to enter the countries to which you are travelling; and

o

check in by the required check-in time.

e) The contract between you and Qantas, including any exclusion or limitation of liability, applies to benefit: o Qantas' employees, agents and representatives;

o

all other carriers used by Qantas to carry you; and

o

those other carriers' employees, agents and representatives, and Qantas hold that benefit on trust for them, and can, if requested by them, enforce it on their behalf.

f) If your checked baggage on an international Qantas flight has been lost or damaged, you must notify Qantas in writing within 7 days and in the case of delay, within 21 days of delivery. If a whole item of your checked baggage on a domestic Qantas flight has been lost or destroyed, you must notify Qantas in writing within 21 days, or if part only of an item has been damaged, lost or destroyed, within 3 days.
g) International Notice—Limitation of Liability o o

Qantas will not rely on the limitation in Article 22 (1) of the Warsaw Convention or the Warsaw Convention as amended at The Hague for any claim for recoverable compensatory damages arising under Article 17 of that Convention.

o

Qantas will not rely on any defence under Article 20 (1) of the Convention for that part of any claim for recoverable compensatory damages arising under Article 17 of the Convention that does not exceed 100,000 Special Drawing Rights. Otherwise
Qantas will rely on all other defences under the Convention.

o

In addition, in cases of death or bodily injury, if required by law, Qantas will make advance payments to the person entitled to compensation, if required to meet immediate economic needs, in proportion to the hardship suffered.

o

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If your trip has a destination or stop in another country other than the one from which you depart, a treaty known as the Warsaw Convention may govern the liability of all airlines involved in your trip and may limit the amount of damages that can be recovered for your death or injury. These limits can be as low as
US$10,000. However, many airlines have voluntarily agreed to waive those limits
(in whole or in part).

Liability for loss, delay or damage to baggage is limited to about US$20 per kilo for checked baggage and US$400 per passenger for unchecked baggage. For travel pursuant to a contract of carriage providing for travel wholly between United States points, such liability is limited to a maximum of US$2,500 per passenger.

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h) Domestic Notice—Limitation of Liability o Carriage wholly within Australia which is not international carriage as defined by the Warsaw Convention, is subject to the provisions of the Civil Aviation (Carriers'
Liability) Act 1959 as amended or complementary State legislation. Qantas' liability in respect of baggage is limited to A$1,600 per passenger (for checked baggage), and
A$160 per passenger (for cabin baggage).

i) Seating
Qantas does not guarantee you any, or any particular, seat even if your reservation is confirmed. You must accept any seat allotted on the flight even if this involves a downgrade, or wait until the next flight on which a seat is available in the class of service paid for.
j) Overbooking Notice
There is a chance a seat will not be available on a flight even if your reservation is confirmed.
This is due to the common practice in the airline industry of overbooking. Qantas' policy on overbooking is available at Qantas international airport ticket counters and boarding gates. If an international flight from USA is overbooked, no-one will be denied a seat until Qantas calls for volunteers to give up their reservations in exchange for a payment of Qantas' choosing. If there are not enough volunteers Qantas will deny boarding to reservation holders in accordance with its policy. People involuntarily denied boarding may apply for compensation in accordance with that policy.
k) Government & Other Taxes and Charges
Travel Within Australia and Internationally—the price of your ticket may include significant amounts of taxes, charges and fees imposed on air transport by governments, authorities and airport operators (in the fare, e.g. Goods and Services Tax, or shown separately as a
TAX/FEE/CHARGE). You may also be required to pay additional taxes, fees or charges not marked on your ticket..
l) Insurance
Personal and baggage insurance is recommended. Details may be obtained from Qantas, or your travel agent.
m) Searches
Qantas, government or airport officers may require you to submit to clothing and body searches, require you to submit your baggage to searches or inspections, and search or inspect your baggage with or without you.
n) Right to Refuse Carriage
Qantas reserves the right to refuse carriage to any person who seeks to travel in violation of applicable law, tariffs or the General Conditions of Carriage, or is otherwise in breach of these
Terms and Conditions, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or it is necessary for the safety or comfort of other passengers or for the protection of property.
o) Smoking
Smoking is not permitted on any Qantas or QantasLink aircraft.
p) Reservation Information
There is no need to reconfirm your travel details. To contact Qantas for other travel arrangements please call the following:
q) Dangerous Goods o Dangerous goods fall into the following categories:

o

Corrosives (acids, alkalis, wet cell batteries, mercury and articles containing mercury). o

Compressed Gases (flammable, non-flammable or poisonous such as camping gas, butane, propane, oxygen and aqualung cylinders).

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Poisonous and Toxic substances (such as arsenic, cyanides, insecticides and weedkillers). Explosives (munitions, fireworks and flares).

o

Miscellaneous (dry ice, heat producing articles, engines).

o

Infectious substances (such as bacteria, virus cultures)

o

Flammable Liquids (such as lighter and heating fuels, petrol and turpentine).

o

Organic Peroxides (such as bleaching powders and peroxides).

o

Radioactive materials (Matches and articles easily ignited)

o

Disposable lighters (refills and book matches)

o o Oxidising Materials (such as pool chemicals, fibreglass and repair kits)
Other Dangerous Articles (such as magnetised material).

r) Privacy Notice
Qantas collects information about you (including health information where necessary) to provide products and services to you, process your travel arrangements, facilitate your participation in the loyalty programs of Qantas and other organisations, conduct marketing activities and market research. If the information is not provided Qantas may not be able to provide the service requested. Qantas may disclose your personal information to its related companies, other carriers, travel service providers, organisations which provide services to
Qantas (more details in our Privacy Statement), various law enforcement agencies and governments around the world of security, customs and immigration purposes. You can gain access to the information Qantas holds about you by contacting Qantas Corporate Customer
Relations in writing at Level 9, Building B, 203 Coward Street, Mascot NSW 2020.

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AIRCRAFT

Boeing 747-400

This aircraft is a Boeing
747-400, configuration is:



Business Class



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Boeing 777-200

This aircraft is a Boeing
777-200, configuration is:



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Business (Raffles)
Class
Economy Class

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737-300

This aircraft is a Boeing
737-300, configuration is:



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Economy (Coach)
Class

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DASH 8

This aircraft is a Dash 8, configuration is:


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Economy (Hospitality)
Class

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How to use
Airline schedules are displayed in a quick reference presentation. Flights are shown in an alphabetical order by the departure city to destination city. We will focus on the schedules offered by
Qantas. Flights are shown in bold print in departure time order, direct services shown first. All times shown are local times, which are local to the departure city and arrival city.

Departure city SYDNEY
Departure

Reservations

City

Phone numbers

FROM

SYDNEY (SYD)

Dom: Kingsford Smith

7km

ph 131313

Int:

8km

Latest Check-in 30 min

Kingsford Smith Int’l

Departure Airport

Distance from city

Latest Check-in

DIRECT FLIGHTS
Day

From To

Depart/Arrival Flight No.

Terminal Aircraft Stops

Transfer

To BRISBANE
12345..

-1JAN

.2.....

QF510

D

737

0

0905 / 1030

DAILY

0835 / 1000

QF512

D

737

0

QF151

I

763

0

Terminal

Aircraft

2JAN - 2FEB 1025 / 1155

Day of Commence
Depart/Arrival
Operation
Discontinued

Flight

Stops

Transfer

CONNECTING FLIGHTS
Day

From To

Departure/Arrival Flight No. Terminal Aircraft

Stops

Transfer

To BROOME
12345..

0615 / 1230

QF507/QF932

D

737/146

1

PER

….. 67

0840 / 1405

QF790/QF940

D

737/146

1

ASP

Standard Terminal Codes
D- Qantas Domestic Terminal

I-Qantas International Terminal

Arrival City Time Indicator
+1—indicates that this flight arrives the next day

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Day

Validity
From

FROM

Depart/Arrival

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Flight No

Terminal

Aircraft

Stops

Transfer

Day

Validity

To

ADELAIDE (ADL)

Dom: Adelaide
Int: Adelaide International

7km

FROM

6km

Flight No

Terminal

Aircraft

Stops

Transfer

ALICE SPRINGS (ASP)8

Dom: Alice Springs

 131313

 131313

14km

Latest Check-in 30 min

Latest Check-in 30 min

► ALICE SPRINGS
DAILY

Depart/Arrival

From To

► AYERS ROCK (ULUL)
0925/1130

QF493

D

737

0

DAILY

12345..

0600/0955

QF512/2026

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

…..67

0630/1025

QF784/2028

D

737/DH8

1

QF939

D

DH8

1205/1305

QF929

D

DH8

0

1…..7

► ARMIDALE

0855/0955

.234.5..

0

1230/1325

QF937

D

146

0

DAILY

1450/1555

QF947

D

DH8

0

1210/1735

QF791/538

D

737/767

1

SYD

1210/1950

QF791/449

D

737/767

1

SYD

SYD

.23456.

1500/1955

QF536/2030

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

► BRISBANE

DAILY

1620/2255

QF516/2038

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

DAILY

► BRISBANE

► HOBART

DAILY

0600/1030

QF512

D

737

1

.234.5..

0635/1110

QF614

D

737

1

DAILY

12…..

0800/1305

QF854

D

737

1

► MELBOURNE

DAILY

1030/1325

QF804

D

737

1

DAILY

1740/2155

QF492

D

737

1

1.3….

0720/1130

QF778/514

D

767/767

1

SYD

DAILY

1210/1750

QF791/449

D

737/737

1

SYD

1.3..67

0800/1210

QF602/616

D

737/737

1

MEL

1…..7

1215/1950

QF799/599

D

737/737

1

SYD

DAILY

0820/1230

QF786/520

D

737/737

1

SYD

DAILY

1745/2200

QF552/554

D

737/767

1

SYD

DAILY

1210/1535

QF791

D

737

0

DAILY

1740/2225

QF492/782

D

737/737

1

► CANBERRA
1234..7

0605/0910

QF474

D

737

► SYDNEY

ADL

1

.234.5..

0800/1010

QF854

D

146

0

123..6.

1245/1615

QF482

D

737

1

DAILY

1910/2125

QF864

D

737

0

1.3…7

0605/0915

QF474/902

D

737/146

1

MEL

1.3..67

1000/1320

QF604/878

D

737/146

1

MEL

DAILY

0630/0950

QF2037/563

D

DH8/737

1

SYD

DAILY

1705/2020

QF486/654

D

737/767

1

MEL

DAILY

1640/2225

QF2031/545

D

DH8/737

1

SYD

DAILY

0820/1255

QF786/2108

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

DAILY

0630/0930

QF2037/508

D

DH8/737

1

SYD

123..67

1030/1525

QF530/2114

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

1…..7

1015/1330

QF2027/522

D

DH8/737

1

SYD

DAILY

1500/2025

QF536/2116

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

DAILY

1640/2030

QF2031/548

D

DH8/737

1

SYD

DAILY

1620/2055

QF516/2118

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

FROM

ARMIDALE (ARM)

Dom: Armidale

► COFFS HARBOUR

6km



 131313

Latest Check-in 30 min

► ADELAIDE

► BRISBANE

► MELBOURNE
DAILY

DAILY

0830/1210

QF491

D

737

123..67

1830/2225

QF665

D

737

0

DAILY

0920/1425

QF493/790

D

737/737

ASP

QF2037/417

D

DH8/767

1

SYD

1015/1320

QF2027/431

D

DH8/767

1

SYD

DAILY

0

0630/0950

1…..7

► DARWIN

1640/1950

QF2031/459

D

DH8/767

1

SYD

0

SYD
► SYDNEY
DAILY

0630/0740

QF2037

D

DH8

123….

0630/1005

QF474/2711

D

737/DH8

1

MEL

1…..7

1015/1125

QF2027

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1240/1635

QF482/2719

D

737/DH8

1

MEL

DAILY

1640/1745

QF2031

DH8

0

DAILY

1600/2010

QF484/2721

D

737/DH8

1

MEL

► DEVONPORT

FROM
► GLADSTONE

AYERS ROCK (ULURU) (AYQ)

Dom: Ayers Rock

1..…7

1040/1550

QF804/2340

D

737/146

1

..3..6.

1040/1545

QF804/2324

D

737/146

1

BNE

 131313

8km

Latest Check-in 30 min

BNE
► ADELAIDE
DAILY

1615/1935

QF948/492

D

DH8/737

1

ASP

1305/1830

QF455/540

D

737/737

1

SYD

► GOLD COAST/COOLANGATTA
DAILY

0630/1040

QF784

D

737

1

► BRISBANE

DAILY

0825/1305

QF786

D

737

1

DAILY

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DAILY

1000/1415

QF604

D

737

1

1.3…7

0635/1125

QF614/476

D

737/767

1

MEL

► CAIRNS

DAILY

1650/2110

QF550/458

D

737/737

1

SYD

DAILY

1055/1415

QF924

D

146

DAILY

1400/1720

QF938

D

146

0

DAILY

1615/2035

QF948

D

146

0

► MELBOURNE

0

DAILY

0600/0740

QF474

D

737

0

123…7

0805/0945

QF602

D

737

0

► DARWIN

DAILY

1000/1145

QF604

D

737

0

DAILY

1025/1420

QF952/790

D

DH8/737

1

ASP

1.3…7

1600/1745

QF484

D

737

0

1…..7

1615/2010

QF948/942

D

DH8/737

1

ASP

DAILY

2030/2210

QF788

D

737

0
► MELBOURNE
..34..7

► MOREE
1.3…7

0825/1325

QF786/2068

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

DAILY

1520/2020

QF516/2072

D

737/DH8

1

1305/1850

QF455

D

737

1

1…..6.

1045/1750

QF940/791

D

DH8/737

2

SYD

449
DAILY

1615/2150

ASP/SYD

767

QF948/492

D

DH8/737

2

ASP

0

► PARABURDOO
12345..

1345/1830

QF599/954

D

737/146

1

PER

► SYDNEY
..34..7

DAILY

0900/1040

QF561

D

737

QF455

D

737

1025/1530

QF952/791

D

DH8/737

1

ASP

DAILY

0

1305/1635

DAILY

► PERTH

1045/1530

QF940/791

D

146/737

1

ASP

……7

1230/1555

QF895

D

146

1

DAILY

1340/1545

QF599

D

737

0

1..…7

1645/2000

QF897

D

146

1

DAILY

1900/2050

QF609

D

737

0

DAILY

0600/0820

QF512

D

737

0

DAILY

0700/1045

QF505

D

737

DAILY

0605/0830

QF115

D

763

0

..34..7

1105/1445

QF517

D

737

1

DAILY

0820/1045

QF786

D

737

0

1….67

1215/1620

QF523

D

737

1

1.3…7

1220/1445

QF536

D

737

0

..34..7

1505/1710

QF657

D

737

0

DAILY

1940/2210

QF780

D

737

0

DAILY

0600/0945

QF501/563

D

737/737

1

SYD

DAILY

2000/2240

QF782

D

737

0

DAILY

0705/1105

QF613/581

D

737/737

1

MEL

DAILY

1745/2120

QF635/483

D

737/737

1

MEL

DAILY

1850/2230

QF551/547

D

737/737

1

SYD

SYD

FROM

Dom: Brisbane

13km

Int: Brisbane International

► SYDNEY

10km



 131313

Latest Check-in 30 min

► ADELAIDE

► TOWNSVILLE
DAILY

BRISBANE (BNE)

0600/1250

QF512/510

D

737/737

1

1

BNE

123..67

1040/1550

QF804/618

D

737/737

1

BNE

► ALICE SPRINGS

DAILY

1220/2100

QF536/540

D

737/737

1

SYD

DAILY

0600/1125

QF501/790

D

737/737

1

DAILY

1320/2200

QF596/599

D

737/737

1

SYD

1…..7

0630/1125

QF503/790

D

767/737

1

SYD

…4…

0745/1715

QF2304/949

D

DH8/146

1

CNS

.2..5..

1005/1715

QF85/949

I

763/146

1

CNS

123….

0630/0955

QF503/2026

D

767/DH8

1

SYD

1…..7

0730/1115

QF509/2028

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

123.567

1615/2015

QF541/2038

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

…4…

1645/2100

QF699/2099

D

737DH8

1

SYD

0730/1220

QF509/412

D

737/737

1

SYD

► ARMIDALE

► AYERS ROCK
DAILY

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Day

Validity
From

FROM

Depart/Arrival

Flight No

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Terminal

Aircraft

Stops

Transfer

Day

Validity

To

Depart/Arrival

Flight No

Terminal

Aircraft

Stops

Transfer

From To

BRISBANE (BNE)

Dom: Brisbane
Int: Brisbane International

FROM

13km
10km

BRISBANE (BNE)

Dom: Brisbane

 131313

Latest Check-in 30 min

► BLACKWATER

13km

Int: Brisbane International

10km

 131313

Latest Check-in 30 min

► SYDNEY

1….6.

0600/0730

QF2400

D

DH8

0

DAILY

0600/0730

QF851

D

737

0

.2345

1350/1520

QF2404

D

DH8

0

…4…

0610/0745

QF20

I

74L

0

…..67

1605/1815

QF2499

D

DH8

1

DAILY

0700/0830

QF505

D

767

0

DAILY

0940/1110

QF515

D

767

0

DAILY

1215/1345

QF523

D

767

0

► BUNDABERG
DAILY

0745/0835

QF2304

D

DH8

0

12…6.

1515/1645

QF527

D

737

0

12…67

0840/0930

QF2304

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1615/1745

QF541

D

737

0

..345..

0945/1035

QF2304

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1850/2020

QF551

D

737

0

DAILY

1825/1915

QF2328

D

DH8

0
► TOWNSVILLE
123..67
5

0620/1105

QF2300

D

SH6

0

DAILY

► CAIRNS

0835/1030

QF502

D

737

0

DAILY

0620/1225

QF2300

D

SH6

12…6.

0840/1400

QF2304

D

DH8

5

1…..7

0840/1250

QF2304

D

DH8

3

..345.7

0845/1100

QF608

D

737

0

…45..

1905/2100

QF540

D

737

0

12345..

2025/2235

QF544

D

737

0

FROM

BROOME (BME)

Dom: Broome

 131313

2km

Latest Check-in 30 min

► CANBERRA
DAILY

0610/0810

QF851

D

146

0

► ALICE SPRINGS

12…6.

1410/1610

QF855

D

146

0

123..67

DAILY

1645/1850

QF857

D

146

0

DAILY

1900/2100

QF859

D

146

0

DAILY

0700/1005

QF505/823

D

767/DH8

1

SYD

12…6.

0940/1235

QF515/829

D

767/DH8

1

SYD

0755/1140

QF937

D

146

0

0755/1720

QF937/938

D

146/146

2

1245/1610

QF930

D

146

0

► CAIRNS
..345..

DAILY

1615/1905

QF541/805

D

737/737

1

SYD

► DARWIN

DAILY

1850/2150

QF551/807

D

737/737

1

SYD

..3…7

AYQ

► DARWIN

► PERTH

DAILY

0915/1255

QF504

D

737

0

..3…7

1420/1715

QF911

D

146

0

1……

1005/1640

QF85/61

I

763/763

1

CNS

1….6.

1445/1740

QF933

D

146

0

DAILY

1405/2125

QF638/944

D

737/146

2

CNS

…45..

1810/2105

QF931

D

146

0

……7

1520/2225

QF663/655

D

763/737

1

CNS

0755/1530

QF937/791

D

146737

1

► SYDNEY
…..67

► DEVONPORT
DAILY

0840/1250

QF815/2713

D

737/DH8

1

MEL

……7

1540/2010

QF629/2721

D

763/DH8

1

MEL

► DUBBO

FROM

ASP

BUNDABERG (BDB)

Dom: Bundaberg

 131313

4km

Latest Check-in 30 min

► ADELAIDE

1…….

0730/1050

QF509/2046

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

..3….

1220/1710

QF2301/657

D

SH6/737

1

BNE

……7

1715/2020

QF545/2052

D

763/DH8

1

SYD

1….67

1640/2035

QF2325/665

D

SH6/737

1

BNE

DAILY

0620/0750

QF2300

D

SH6

0

..3…7

0645/0735

QF2321

D

DH8

0

12…6.

0845/1000

QF2332

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1100/1150

QF2335

D

DH8

0

….6..

1825/2000

QF2328

D

DH8

1

► GLADSTONE

► BRISBANE

..3…7

1640/1740

QF2325

D

SH6

0

DAILY

1700/1750

QF2341

D

DH8

0

► HAMILTON ISLAND
12345..

0900/1050

QF884

D

146

0

…..67

1220/1410

QF886

D

146

0

► CAIRNS

► KALGOORLIE

Page 32

……7

0845/1305

QF2304

D

DH8

3

123456.

0940/1400

QF2304

D

DH8

3

..3….

0645/1100

QF2321/608

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

Australian College QED

Domestic Fares & Ticketing
……7
1…..6.

Schedules Guide & Tariff

0940/1920

QF515/898

D

737/146

2

PER

1215/1825

QF523/897

D

737/146

2

ADL

1…..7

1700/2050

QF2341/538

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

BNE

► MELBOURNE
……7

0645/1100

QF2321/615

D

DH8/737

1

0700/1105

QF505/993

D

767/146

0

SYD

1.3.5.7

0725/1100

QF2331/615

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

1540/1930

QF629/975

D

737/146

0

MEL

.2.4.6.

1640/2105

QF2325/639

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

12…..

1700/2105

QF2341/639

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

► LAUNCESTON
..345.7
…..6.

► MELBOURNE
DAILY

0605/0825

QF611

D

737

0

► SYDNEY

12…6.

0705/0925

QF613

D

737

0

1……7

0645/1010

QF2321/513

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

DAILY

0840/1100

QF615

D

737

0

.23456.

0725/1010

QF2331/513

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

DAILY

1045/1305

QF619

D

737

0

.2.4.6.

1640/1945

QF2325/549

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

DAILY

1245/1505

QF623

D

737

0

1.3….

1700/1945

QF2341/549

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

.2.34.7

0845/1155

QF2304

D

DH8

2

1….6.

1700/2010

QF2341/540

D

DH8/737

1

12…6.

1420/1640

QF627

D

737

0

DAILY

1645/1905

QF631

D

737

0

DAILY

1945/2205

QF643

D

737

0

► TOWNSVILLE

► MOREE

FROM

..345..

0840/1305

QF513/2068

D

767/DH8

2

SYD

1….6.

1615/2020

QF541/2072

D

737/DH8

2

SYD

► MOUNT ISA

BNE

CAIRNS (CNS)

Dom: Cairns

5km

Int: Cairns International

6km

 131313

Latest Check-in 30 min

► ADELAIDE

12…6.

0600/1020

CC102

D

SF3

1

.2.34.7

0620/1155

QF473/571

D

737/737

1

SYD

DAILY

1300/1710

CC104

D

SF3

1

…45..

1235/1710

QF629/657

D

737/737

1

BNE

DAILY

1420/1925

QF529/539

D

737/737

1

SYD

DAILY

1515/2125

QF569/545

D

737/737

1

SYD

1500/1715

QF949

D

146

0

► PARABURDOO
12…6.

0940/1830

QF55/954

D

737/146

2

PER
► ALICE SPRINGS
DAILY

► PERTH
DAILY

0705/1225

QF613

D

737

0

12…6.

0940/1525

QF515

D

737

0

► BRISBANE

DAILY

1145/1655

QF621

D

737

0

DAILY

0540/0740

QF60

I

743

0

DAILY

1950/2310

QF767

D

737

0

12..567

0625/0830

QF86

1

763

0

DAILY

0840/1400

QF615/768

D

737/737

1

MEL

…4…

1105/1620

QF2307

D

DH8

9

12…6.

1045/1655

QF619/621

D

737/737

1

MEL

1….67

1235/1440

QF629

D

737

0

DAILY

1715/2200

QF545/543

D

737/737

1

SYD

12345..

1555/1800

QF639

D

737

0

DAILY

1850/2345

QF551/559

D

737/737

1

SYD

DAILY

1655/1900

QF643

D

737

0

DAILY

0620/0825

QF2300

D

SH6

1

DAILY

0655/1140

QF2301

D

SH6

3

12…6.

0745/0935

QF2304

D

DH8

1

12..567

0600/0930

QF615/2304

D

737/DH8

1

BNE

DAILY

0835/0950

QF862

D

146

0

DAILY

1555/1915

QF639/2328

D

737DH8

1

BNE

DAILY

1300/1440

QF2362

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1530/1645

QF866

D

146

0

► CANBERRA

DAILY

1815/1930

QF868

D

146

0

DAILY

0620/1045

QF473/825

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

12..567

1230/1655

QF567/771

D

767/737

1

SYD

DAILY

1515/2025

QF569/847

D

767DH8

1

SYD

DAILY

1555/2100

QF639/859

D

737146

1

BNE

► ROCKHAMPTON

► BUNDABERG

Australian College QED

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Day

Validity
From

FROM

Depart/Arrival

Flight No

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Terminal

Aircraft

Stops

Transfer

Validity

Depart/Arrival

Flight No

Terminal

Aircraft

Stops

CAIRNS (CNS)

FROM

5km

Int: Cairns International

6km

CANBERRA (CBR)

Dom: Fairbain

 131313

 131313

8km

Latest Check-in 30 min

Latest Check-in 30 min

► DARWIN

► SYDNEY

21Jun

…..67

QF61

I

763

0

DAILY

0630/0720

QF818

D

DH8

0

1450/1750

QF61

I

744

0

…4…

0645/0735

QF560

D

737

0

QF944

D

146

1

DAILY

0735/0825

QF820

D

DH8

0

DAILY

-20jun

1440/1640

1810/2125

1….6.

Transfer

From To

Dom: Cairns

1….6.

Day

To

0935/1025

QF820

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1205/1255

QF828

D

DH8

0

12…6.

1735/1825

QF562

D

737

0

DAILY

1825/1915

QF842

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1915/2005

QF551

D

DH8

0

► GLADSTONE
DAILY

1105/1500

QF2307

D

DH8

3

12…67

1430/1820

QF2311

D

DH8

3

..345..

0600/1000

QF615/2332

D

737DH8

1

BNE

DAILY

1555/2000

QF639/2328

D

737/DH8

2

BNE
► TOWNSVILLE
123..67

0620/1030

QF850/502

D

146/737

1

BNE

DAILY

0600/1245

QF615/421

D

737/737

2

MEL

DAILY

0840/1250

QF852/510

D

146/737

1

BNE

12…6.

1045/1605

QF647/435

D

737/737

1

MEL

1…..7

1425/2100

QF834/540

D

DH8/737

1

SYD

12…..

1235/1950

QF629/449

D

737/737

2

MEL

…45..

1640/2100

QF856/540

D

146/737

1

BNE

..34567

1555/2240

QF639/463

D

737/737

2

MEL

► HOBART

FROM

COFS HARBOUR (CFS)

Dom: Coffs Harbour

 131313

3km

Latest Check-in 30 min

► MELBOURNE
DAILY

0600/1100

QF615

D

737

1

► CANBERRA

12…6.

0725/1045

QF88

I

763

0

123..67

DAILY

1140/1640

QF627

D

737

1

DAILY

1655/2205

QF643

D

737

1

DAILY

0620/1120

QF473/423

D

767/767

1

SYD

12…6.

1230/1720

QF567/447

D

767/767

1

SYD

DAILY

1420/1920

QF529/457

D

737/767

1

SYD

► SYDNEY

DAILY

1515/2050

QF569/463

D

737/737

1

SYD

DAILY

0700/1005

QF2101/823

D

DH8/DH8

1

SYD

1315/1750

QF2109/449

D

DH8/767

1

AYQ

1315/1440

QF2109

D

DH8

0

►MELBOURNE
..345..

FROM
► SYDNEY

COOLANGATTA/GOLD COAST(OOL)

Dom: Coolangatta

DAILY

0550/0840

QF50

I

763

1……

0620/0920

QF473

D

763

1230/1530

QF567

D

767

0

……7

1325/1625

QF529

D

763

0

DAILY

1420/1720

QF529

D

737

0

……7

1515/1815

QF569

D

763

0

DAILY

1235/1715

QF629/539

D

737/737

1

BNE

……7

1655/2200

QF643/555

D

763/737

1

BNE

Latest Check-in 30 min

0

DAILY

 131313

24km

0

SEE GOLD COAST

FROM

DARWIN (DRW)

Dom: Darwin

 131313

24km

Latest Check-in 30 min

Int: Darwin International
► TOWNSVILLE
1…….

0655/0800

QF2301

D

SH6

0

► ADELAIDE

……7

1825/1920

QF2317

D

DH8

0

DAILY

0730/1105

QF748

D

737

0

1……

1250/1625

QF486

D

737

0

1……

1500/1935

QF492

D

737

1

FROM

CANBERRA (CBR)

Dom: Fairbain

 131313

8km

Latest Check-in 30 min

► ADELAIDE

► ALICE SPRINGS

….6..

0610/0730

QF881

D

146

0

DAILY

0610/0830

QF945

D

146

0

123….

0945/1210

QF497

D

737

0

1……

1500/1700

QF492

D

737

0

12345..

1720/1840

QF863

D

146

0

…..67

1850/2120

QF483

D

737

0

DAILY

1335/1750

QF549

D

737

0

1……

0630/1345

QF943/627

D

146/737

1

► BRISBANE

► ARMIDALE
……7

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0645/0955

QF560/2026

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

SYD

Australian College QED

Domestic Fares & Ticketing
1…..6.

Schedules Guide & Tariff

1255/1605

QF830/2032

D

737/146

2

SYD

► CAIRNS

1605/2020

QF838/2036

D

146/DH8

2

SYD

DAILY

1735/2015

QF562/2038

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

1…567

DAILY

0620/0810

QF850

D

146

0

DAILY

12…6.

1115/1305

QF854

D

146

0

1…567

DAILY

1920/2110

QF858

D

146

0

DAILY

0645/0930

QF560/508

D

737/737

1

SYD

► MELBOURNE

DAILY

1025/1330

QF825/522

D

737/737

1

SYD

12…6.

1335/1630

QF832/534

D

DH8/767

1

SYD

……7

QF62

I

763

0

0630/1040

QF943

D

146

1

0705/1315

QF433/831

D

763/DH8

1

SYD

1335/2150

QF549/807

D

737/737

1

SYD

1…567

0705/1350

QF433

D

737

1

.234…

0730/1320

QF478

D

737

1

0705/1420

QF433/435

D

737/767

1

SYD

DAILY

► BRISBANE

0535/0825

DAILY

1…..6.

-4May

1335/2150

QF549/639

D

737/737

1

BNE

1

5May

► CANBERRA

► CAIRNS

25May

DAILY

0620/608

QF850/608

D

146/737

1

BNE

12…67

1425/2050

QF834/538

D

DH8/767

1

BNE

► PERTH

DAILY

1650/2235

QF840/544

D

DH8/767

1

BNE

1…567

0610/1110

QF945

D

146

.234…

1700/2105

QF931

D

146

1

DAILY

0730/1535

QF478/599

D

737/737

1

ADL

DAILY

1250/2055

QF486/609

D

737/737

1

ADL

► DARWIN
..345..

0620/1255

QF850/504

D

146/737

1

BNE

1….6.

1605/2155

QF838/524

D

737/737

2

SYD
► SYDNEY
DAILY

► LAUNCESTON
12…6.

0630/0925

QF901/969

D

146/146

1

MEL

DAILY

1940/2245

QF487/977

D

737/146

1

MEL

DAILY

31Mar

DAILY

-1Apr
31Mar

DAILY

-1Apr

0705/1150

QF433

D

737

0

0710/1155

QF433

D

737

0

1335/1945

QF549

D

737

1

1340/1950

QF549

D

737

1

► MARYBOROUGH
12…6.

0620/0940

QF850/2372

D

146/146

1

BNE

► TOWNSVILLE
DAILY

31Mar

DAILY

► MELBOURNE

-1Apr

0630/1200

QF943/2307

D

146/dh8

2

CNS

1335/2110

QF549/540

D

737/737

1

BNE

DAILY

0705/1225

QF613

D

737

0

12…6.

0940/1525

QF515

D

737

0

DAILY

1145/1655

QF621

D

737

0

DAILY

1950/2310

QF767

D

737

0

DAILY

0840/1400

QF615/768

D

737/737

1

MEL

1234…

0640/0925

QF2710/495

D

DH8/737

1

MEL

12…6.

1045/1655

QF619/621

D

737/737

1

MEL

….567

1655/2120

QF2720/483

D

DH8/737

1

MEL

DAILY

1715/2200

QF545/543

D

737/737

1

SYD

DAILY

1850/2345

QF551/559

D

737/737

1

SYD

.234…

0640/1110

QF2710/614

D

DH8/737

1

MEL

1…..7

1655/2145

QF2720/636

D

DH8/737

1

MEL

► ROCKHAMPTON

FROM

DEVONPORT (DPO)

Dom: Devonport

 131313

10km

Latest Check-in 30 min

► ADELAIDE

► BRISBANE

DAILY

0620/0825

QF2300

D

SH6

12…6.

0745/0935

QF2304

D

DH8

1
1

► MELBOURNE

DAILY

0835/0950

QF862

D

146

0

.234…

0640/0750

QF2710

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1300/1440

QF2362

D

DH8

0

DAILY

0955/1105

QF2716

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1530/1645

QF866

D

146

0

1…567

1315/1425

QF2716

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1815/1930

QF868

D

146

0

DAILY

1655/1805

QF2720

D

DH8

0

► SYDNEY
.234…

Australian College QED

0640/0950

QF2716/416

D

DH8/737

0

MEL

DAILY

1655/1950

QF2720/460

D

DH8/767

1

MEL

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Day

Validity
From

FROM

Depart/Arrival

Flight No

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Terminal

Aircraft

Stops

Transfer

Day

Validity

To

GLADSTONE (GLT)

Dom: Gladstone

Depart/Arrival

Flight No

Terminal

Aircraft

Stops

Transfer

From To
FROM

 131313

5km

Latest Check-in 30 min

► ADELAIDE

HOBART (HBA)

Dom: HOBART

 131313

18km

Latest Check-in 30 min

► MELBOURNE

12345..

1015/1620

QF2335/523

D

DH8/737

3

BNE

DAILY

0605/0715

QF612

D

737

0

.2345

1510/2125

QF2407/545

D

DH8/737

2

BNE

DAILY

0910/1030

QF962

D

146

0

…..67

1620/2035

QF2341/665

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

DAILY

1320/1430

QF442

D

737

0

DAILY

1640/1750

QF460

D

737

0

DAILY

1215/1345

QF523

D

767

0

0605/1225

QF612/2356

D

737/DH8

3

► BRISBANE
DAILY

0645/0755

QF2331

D

DH8

0

12…67

1125/0930

QF2304

D

DH8

0

► ROCKHAMPTON

..345..

0945/1035

QF2304

D

DH8

0

DAILY

DAILY

1825/1915

QF2328

D

DH8

0

BNE

► SYDNEY
123..67

0645/0845

QF992

D

146

0

DAILY

1010/1320

QF430

D

737

1

BNE

1…..7

0605/0920

QF612/414

D

737/737

1

MEL

BNE

…45..

0910/1220

QF962/426

D

146/767

1

MEL

► CAIRNS
DAILY

0800/1225

QF2300

D

SH6

3

12…6.

0645/1100

QF2331/608

D

DH8/737

1

..345.7

1620/2050

QF2341/538

D

DH8737

0

12345..

1830/2235

QF2311/544

D

DH8/737

0

BNE

FROM

KALGOORLIE (KGI)

Dom: Kalgoorlie

 131313

2km

Latest Check-in 30 min

► CANBERRA
DAILY

1115/1610

QF2335/855

D

DH8/146

1

BNE

► ADELAIDE

12…6.

1510/1850

QF2307/857

D

DH6/146

0

BNE

123..67

DAILY

0700/1005

QF505/823

D

767/DH8

1

SYD

..345..

12…6.

0940/1235

QF515/829

D

767/DH8

1

SYD

► DARWIN

1205/1610

QF896

D

146

0

1850/0900+1

QF897/506

D

146/767

2

PER

1205/1840

QF896/486

D

146/737

1

ADL

► BRISBANE

DAILY

1615/1905

QF541/805

D

737/737

1

SYD

► MELBOURNE

DAILY

1850/2150

QF551/807

D

737/737

1

SYD

..3…7

► DARWIN

► PERTH

12345..

0645/1255

QF2331/504

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

..3…7

0755/0905

QF893

D

146

0

…..67

0650/1300

QF2331/504

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

1….6.

1440/1550

QF895

D

146

0

12…..

1115/2125

QF2335/638

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

…45..

1850/2000

QF899

D

146

0

……7

1120/2130

QF2335/638

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

0705/1440

QF890/536

D

146/737

1

► SYDNEY
…..67

► MELBOURNE
DAILY

0645/1100

QF2331/615

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

……7

1620/2105

QF2341/639

D

DH8/737

2

BNE

FROM

ADL

MELBOURNE (MEL)

Dom: Tullamarine

 131313

19km

Latest Check-in 30 min

Int.: Tullamarine International
► ROCKHAMPTON
1…….

0800/0825

QF2300

D

SH6

0

► ADELAIDE

……7

1200/1225

QF2356

D

DH8

0

12345..

0640/0725

QF489

D

737

0

DAILY

0710/0755

QF491

D

737

0

DAILY

► SYDNEY
DAILY

0645/1010

QF2331/513

12…6.

1620/1945

QF2341/549

D

DH8/767

1

DH8/767

1

BNE

1830/2200

QF2311/555

D

DH8767

1

BNE

0840/0925

QF495

D

737

0

DAILY

18255/2120

QF483

D

737

0

BNE

….6..
FROM

D

12345..

GOLD COAST/COOLANGATTA (OOL)

Dom: COOLANGATTA

 131313

24km

► ALICE SPRINGS

Latest Check-in 30 min

► ADELAIDE

0740/1130

QF493

D

737

1

DAILY

0600/1125

QF400/790

D

767/737

1

SYD

► ARMIDALE

DAILY

1200/1525

QF603

D

737

1

1…..6.

0600/0945

QF415/505

D

737/737

1

SYD

1450/1810

QF605/655

D

767/737

1

MEL

……7

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12345..

0700/0955

QF408/2026

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

DAILY

1700/2020

QF452/2036

D

767/DH8

1

SYD

Australian College QED

Domestic Fares & Ticketing
1…..6.

1710/2125

QF461/545

Schedules Guide & Tariff
D

737/737

1

SYD

► AYERS ROCK (ULURU)
DAILY

..345.7

0930/1000

D

DH8

QF2436

D

DH8

QF412

D

737

1

0700/1220

QF408/412

D

767/737

1

SYD

..345..

0

2005/2035

…..6.

QF2422

0730/1220

12…67

► BRISBANE

740/1300

QF493/929

D

737/DH8

2

ASP

0
► BRISBANE
DAILY

DAILY

0600/0920

QF415

D

737

1

0705/0910

QF610

D

737

0

DAILY

► MELBOURNE

0905/1110

QF614

D

737

1

12…6.

1200/1405

QF603

D

7367

0

DAILY

1505/1710

QF626

D

737

1

DAILY

2015/2340

QF475

D

737

1

DAILY

1940/2140

QF636

D

737

1

DAILY

2155/0005+1

QF813

D

737

0
► BROOME
1.345..

DAILY

0600/0720

QF415

D

737

0

DAILY

2015/2135

QF475

D

737

0740/1350

QF493/940

D

737/146

1

ASP

.2…67

► SYDNEY

0835/1415

QF485/932

D

767/146

1

PER

0

FROM

► CAIRNS

HAYMAN ISLAND (HIS)

1.345..

QF608

D

737

1

1005/1520

QF616

D

767

1

.2…67
0635/0745

QF2555

LCH

0

0900/1430

QF418/770

D

737/767

1

SYD

DAILY

► HAMILTON ISLAND
DAILY

0605/1150

DAILY

 131313

1605/2050

QF628/538

D

767/737

1

BNE

0625/0725

QF496

D

737

0

DAILY

1005/1050

QF2971

LCH

0

DAILY

1255/1340

QF2973

LCH

0

► CANBERRA

DAILY

1330/1415

QF2975

LCH

0

1….67

DAILY

1630/1715

QF2999

LCH

0

.2.456.

1015/1130

QF984

D

DH8

0

……7

1535/1640

QF888

D

146

0

..3….

1920/2025

QF894

D

146

0

1

FROM

HOBART (HBA)

Dom: HOBART

 131313

18km

Latest Check-in 30 min

► ADELAIDE

► DARWIN

DAILY

0605/08255

QF612/493

D

737/737

1

MEL

……7

0710/1210

QF491

D

737

12…6.

0910/1210

QF962/497

D

146/737

1

MEL

DAILY

1725/2225

QF655

D

737

1

DAILY

1010/1310

QF442/479

D

737/737

1

MEL

DAILY

1600/2155

QF446/524

D

767/737

1

DAILY

1640/1910

QF460/607

D

737/737

1

MEL

1….67

0820/0930

QF2711

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1900/2010

QF2721

D

DH8

0

SYD

► DEVONPORT
► ALICE SPRINGS
DAILY
DAILY

-30Mar
31Mar

0605/1130

QF612/493

D

737/737

2

MEL

0625/1150

QF612/493

D

737/737

2

MEL
► GOLD COAST (COOLANGATTA)
DAILY

DAILY

0605/1010

QF2300

D

737

1

12…6.

0910/1310

QF962/618

D

146/737

1

MEL

DAILY

1750/2200

QF966/554

D

146/767

1

0600/0910

QF400

D

737

1

DAILY

► BRISBANE

0925/1120

QF476

D

767

0

DAILY

2025/2225

QF606

D

737

0

SYD
► HOBART
DAILY

0825/0935

QF793

D

737

0

DAILY

0605/0910

QF612/474

D

737/737

0

MEL

DAILY

1135/1245

QF421

D

737

0

DAILY

1240/1545

QF440/918

D

737/146

0

MEL

DAILY

1600/1720

QF965

D

146

0

DAILY

1640/1930

QF460/988

D

737/146

0

MEL

DAILY

2130/2243

QF463

D

737

0

► CANBERRA

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Day

Validity
From

FROM

Depart/Arrival

Flight No

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Terminal

Aircraft

Stops

Transfer

Day

Validity

To

Depart/Arrival

Flight No

Terminal

Aircraft

Stops

Transfer

From To

MELBOURNE (MEL)

Dom: Tullamarine

FROM

 131313

Int.: Kingsford Smith International

8km

► PARABURDOO

 131313

7km

Int.: Tullamarine International

► DARWIN

30Mar

.2345

Latest Check-in 30 min

SYDNEY (SYD)

Dom: Kingsford Smith

12345..

19km

1015/1830

D

737/146

1

PER

123…7

QF768/954

D

737/146

1

PER

…456.

1150/1830

…..67

QF768/954

1610/1925

-31Mar

QF768/954

D

DH8/737

1

BNE

DAILY
1…..7

18May

18May
-17May

DAILY

0835/1035

QF485

D

767

1150/1225

QF613

D

737

0

1445/1655

QF621

D

737

0

DAILY

DAILY

2110/2320

QF653

D

737

D

737

1

QF504

D

737

1

QF790

D

737

1

1755/2155

QF524

D

737

1

1185/2255

QF524

D

737

1

0630/0930

QF405/2711

D

767/DH8

1

► DEVONPORT

..345..

QF504

0810/1400

0

12…67

0705/1255

0840/1420

-17May

…..67

► PERTH

Latest Check-in 30 min

0

MEL

► GLADSTONE
123..67

0635/1000

QF502/2332

D

767/DH8

1

BNE

DAILY

0805/0950

QF608/862

D

737/146

1

BNE

DAILY

1205/1550

QF522/2340

D

767/DH8

1

BNE

12…6.

1005/1425

QF616/2314

D

737/146

1

BNE

1…..7

1610/2000

QF538/2328

D

737/DH8

1

BNE

..345.7

1105/1500

QF618/2362

D

737/DH8

1

BNE

12345..

1505/1930

QF626/868

D

737/DH8

1

BNE

► ROCKHAMPTON

► GOLD COAST/COOLANGATTA
DAILY

1515/1630

QF764

D

737

0

► SYDNEY
DAILY

0545/0710

QF16

I

743

0

► HOBART

12…6.

0555/0710

QF6

I

743

0

123..67

0930/1245

QF421

D

146

1

DAILY

0600/0720

QF400

D

767

0

DAILY

1300/1605

QF435

D

737

1

12…6.

0930/1050

QF420

D

767

0

DAILY

1930/2240

QF463

D

737

1

DAILY

1200/1320

QF430

D

767

0

..345..

1400/1720

QF439

D

767/146

1

12…6.

1530/1650

QF444

D

767

0

1035/1205

QF416

D

737

0

DAILY

2000/2120

QF466

D

763

0

► MAROOCHYDORE/SUNSHINE COAST

DAILY

2100/2220

QF472

D

767

0

12345..

12345..

0645/0935

QF406/2002

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

..3…7

0600/0720

QF401

D

767

0

…..67

0930/1245

QF420/2010

D

767/DH8

1

SYD

1….6.

0900/1020

QF419

D

767

0

12…..

1200/1525

QF430/2032

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

…45..

1000/1120

QF423

D

767

0

……7

1700/1945

QF452/2036

D

737/DH8

1

SYD

DAILY

1200/1320

QF431

D

767

MEL

0

► TAMWORTH

► MELBOURNE

…45..

DAILY

1105/1530

QF618

D

737

1

DAILY

1605/2100

QF628/510

D

737/737

1

FROM

QF15

I

744

0

1600/1720

QF447

D

767

0

DAILY

10km

131313

1900/2020

QF461

D

767

0

…..67

2000/2120

QF465

D

767

0

…45..

BNE

PARABURDOO (PBO)

Dom: Paraburdoo

1420/1545

DAILY

► TOWNSVILLE

2200/2325

QF31

I

744

0

Latest Check-in 30 min
► MILDURA
…..67

► ADELAIDE
1..45.7

0805/1550

QF9521/808

D

146/737

1

PER

0630/0940

QF405/2752

DAILY

1100/1445

QF427/2758

D
D

767/DH8

1

MEL

767/DH8

1

MEL

…..67

12…6.

0805/0955

QF951

D

146

1900/2050

QF955

D

146

0

QF449/2764

D

767/DH8

1

MEL

2000/2325

QF465/2766

D

767/DH8

1

MEL

0

….6..

1630/2000

DAILY

► PERTH

FROM

12345..

PERTH (PER)

Dom: Perth

► MT GAMBIER

 131313

12km

Latest Check-in 30 min

0630/0925

QF405/602

D

737/DH8

1

MEL

DAILY

1300/1925

QF449/405

D

737/DH8

1

MEL

Int.: Perth International
► NEWCASTLE
12345..

► ADELAIDE
DAILY

Page 38

0540/0955

QF816

D

737

0

0815/0850

QF2134

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1955/2030

QF2158

D

DH8

0

Australian College QED

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Schedules Guide & Tariff

……7

1030/1610

QF896

D

146

1

DAILY

1715/2130

QF494

D

737

0

► PARABURDOO
DAILY

DAILY

1245/1720

QF942

D

146

0

…..6.

0945/1715

QF922/948

D

146/DH8

1

16MAY
-15MAY

..345..

1225/1830

QF515/954

D

737/146

1

1230/1835

QF515/954

D

737/146

1

PER

1740/1300

12…67

► ALICE SPRINGS

PER

QF443/959

D

737/DH8

1

PER

AYQ
► PERTH
DAILY

► MELBOURNE
DAILY

0620/1150

QF480

D

737

0

0620/0920

QF507

D

737

0

DAILY

0915/1200

QF23

I

744

0

12…6.

1120/1640

QF802

D

737

0

DAILY

1225/1525

QF515

D

737

0

DAILY

1745/2315

QF498

D

737

0

DAILY

2045/2345

QF559

D

737

0

DAILY

2350/0510+1

QF648

D

767

0
► TAMWORTH
1.345..

► SYDNEY
DAILY

0040/0640

QF506

D

767

0

DAILY

0610/1225

QF566

D

737

0715/0815

QF2024

D

DH8

0

.2…67

1845/1945

QF2016

D

DH8

0

0

FROM

► TOWNSVILLE

SYDNEY (SYD)

Dom: Kingsford Smith
Int.: Kingsford Smith International

Latest Check-in 30 min

8km

1.345..

0635/1030

QF502

D

737

1

DAILY

 131313

7km

1205/1550

QF522/618

D

767/737

1

FROM
► ADELAIDE

BNE

TOWNSVILLE (TSV)

Dom: Townsville

 131313

8km

Latest Check-in 30 min

DAILY

0610/0745

QF711

D

737

0

DAILY

1010/1145

QF571

D

737

0

► ADELAIDE

DAILY

1310/1445

QF517

D

737

0

1….67

0815/1725

QF2301/663

D

SH6/737

4

BNE

DAILY

2055/2230

QF547

D

737

0

.2.456.

1325/1925

QF633/539

D

737/737

2

BNE

0715/0855

QF2024

D

DH8

1

► BUNDABERG

► ARMIDALE
DAILY
12…6.

1005/1115

QF2028

D

DH8

1

DAILY

0815/1140

QF2301

D

SH6

2

DAILY

1505/1615

QF2030

D

DH8

1

DAILY

1215/1915

QF825/2328

D

DH8/DH8

4

DAILY

1905/2015

QF2038

D

DH8

1

1….67

0610/1255

QF513/504

D

737/737

1

BNE

DAILY

1645/2125

QF2520/944

D

DH8/146

2

BNE

1

BNE

►DARWIN
► AYERS ROCK (ULURU)
DAILY
DAILY

-30Mar
31Mar

0925/1220

QF412

D

737

0

1025/1320

QF412

D

737

0
► MELBOURNE
DAILY

1105/1550

QF625

D

737

DAILY

0605/0730

QF500

D

737

0

DAILY

0610/1100

QF513/615

D

737/737

1

BNE

1.3.5.7

0705/0830

QF502

D

737

0

DAILY

1625/2205

QF551/639

D

737737

1

BNE

DAILY

0805/0930

QF508

D

737

0

► PERTH

12…67

0845/0945

QF95

1

763

0

DAILY

0935/1610

QF2502/923

D

DH8/146

2

CNS

DAILY

1805/1930

QF544

D

767

0

DAILY

1105/2010

QF625/537

D

737/737

2

BNE

12345..

2105/2230

QF556

D

767

0

1….67

1625/2310

QF551/767

D

737737

1

BNE

DAILY

2205/2330

QF8

I

733

0

► BRISBANE

► SYDNEY
DAILY

0610/1010

QF513

D

737

1

DAILY

0625/0715

QF817

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1105/1545

QF625/533

D

737/767

1

BNE

DAILY

1225/1315

QF831

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1325/1715

QF633/539

D

737/767

1

BNE

DAILY

2100/2150

QF807

D

DH8

0

DAILY

1625/2200

QF551/555

D

737/767

1

BNE

► CANBERRA

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Schedules Guide & Tariff

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Flight Routings
Below is a selection of flights shown in this schedules guide are shown together with flying times and details of refreshments and meals served which are indicated by the following abbreviations.
Refreshment

Flight

Routing

QF6

Flying Time

Flight

Routing

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF443

MCY/SYD

01.30

QF8

SYD/BNE

01.25

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF15

SYD/MEL

01.25

QF444

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF16

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF446

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF20

BNE/SYD

01.35

QF447

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF23

SYD/PER

04.45

QF449

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF31

SYD/MEL

01.25

MEL/HBA

01.10

QF50

CNS/SYD

02.50

QF452

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF60

CNS/BNE

02.00

QF455

AYQ/SYD

03.00

QF61

CNS/DRW

02.30

QF457

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF62

DRW/CNS

02.20

QF458

SYD/OOL

01.15

QF69

BNE/CNS

02.20

QF459

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF85

SYD/BNE

01.30

QF460

HBA/MEL

01.10

QF86

CNS/BNE

02.05

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF95

SYD/BNE

01.30

OOL/SYD

01.20

QF115

ADL/SYD

01.55

SYDMEL

01.20

QF400

MEL/SYD

01.20

SYD/MEL

01.20

SYD/OOL

01.15

MEL/HBA

01.10

QF405

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF465

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF406

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF466

MEL/SYD

01.20

SYD/CNS

03.00

QF472

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF406

SYD/CNS

03.00

QF473

CNS/SYD

03.00

QF408

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF474

ADL/MEL

01.10

QF412

MEL/SYD

01.20

MEL/CBR

01.00

SYD/AYQ

03.25

OOL/SYD

01.20

QF414

MEL/SYD

01.20

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF415

OOL/SYD

01.20

QF476

MEL/OOL

01.55

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF478

DRW/ADL

03.35

MEL/SYD

01.20

ADL/MEL

01.10

SYD/MCY

01.30

QF480

PER/MEL

04.00

QF417

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF482

ADL/MEL

01.10

QF418

MEL/SYD

01.20

MEL/CBR

01.00

SYD/HTI

02.25

CBR/MEL

01.00

SYD/MEL

01.20

MEL/ADL

01.15

QF416

QF419

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Main meal

QF461

QF463

QF475

QF483

Meal

Flying Time

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QF420

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF484

ADL/MEL

01.10

QF421

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF485

MEL/PER

4.00

MEL/HBA

01.10

QF486

DRW/ADL

03.35

QF423

SYD/MEL

01.20

ADL/MEL

01.10

QF430

HBA/MEL

01.10

QF487

CBR/MEL

01.00

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF489

MEL/ADL

01.15

OOL/SYD

01.20

QF491

MEL/ADL

01.15

SYD/MEL

01.20

QF492

DRW/ASP

02.00

DRW/SYD

04.15

ASP/ADL

01.55

SYD/MEL

01.20

ADL/MEL

01.10

SYD/MEL

01.20

MEL/ADL

01.15

MEL/HBA

01.10

ADL/ASP

01.05

QF439

SYDMEL

01.20

QF494

PER/ADL

02.45

QF442

HBA/MEL

01.10

QF495

MEL/ADL

01.15

MEL/SYD

01.20

QF496

MEL/CBR

01.00

QF431

QF433

QF435

QF493

Government Taxes/Fees/Charges
Federal/State/Local Governments or the airport owners levy Taxes/fees and charges. These charges are levied to offset the cost of maintaining the safe operation of the airports around Australia and throughout the world. We will consider a sample of taxes applicable within Australia.
Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a Federal Government tax applicable on certain types of travel arrangements. Not all domestic airfares are subject to G. S. T.-exemptions apply to domestic airfares when connected to international travel, otherwise the tax is applicable.
G. S. T. is to be applied to the sale of air tickets as follows:
a.

If the domestic air travel is issued on the same ticket as the international fare from Australia, tax exemption applies to all journey types, by any combination of airfares

b.

If the domestic travel is issued on a separate ticket to that issued for international travel then:
(i) When travel originates in Australia
Provided the domestic ticket is issued before the commencement of the international journey from Australia and is cross-referenced to the international air ticket, tax exemption will extend to any continuous combination of domestic airfares to the Australian gateway city from which the passenger departs Australia, and from the Australian gateway city to which the passenger returns
(ii) Provided the domestic ticket is purchased from a sales office of an airline or airline’s agent, tax exemption will extend to all domestic airfares, which form part of a journey within
Australia

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Applicable taxes for Australian Domestic travel
NAME

ADELAIDE Noise Levy Tax

AMOUNT

AUD3.58 for every arrival at ADELAIDE

CODE

QK

EXEMPTIONS

Passengers arriving from CANBERRA
Passengers arriving on propeller driven aircraft
Infants under 2 years

NAME

ADELAIDE Safety and Security Charge

AMOUNT

AUD2.80 for every departure from ADELAIDE

CODE

WG

EXEMPTIONS

Same plane transit passengers
Infants under 2 years

NAME

AYERS ROCK Passenger Service Charge

AMOUNT

AUD24.00 adult arrivals
AUD24.00 children arrivals
AUD12.00 adult departures
AUD12.00 children departures

CODE

QR

EXEMPTIONS

Same plane transit passengers
Infants under 2 years

NAME

AYERS ROCK Safety and Security Charge

AMOUNT

AUD2.34 for every departure

CODE

WG

EXEMPTIONS

Same plane transit passengers
Infants under 2 years

NAME

CAIRNS Passenger Service Charge

AMOUNT

AUD3.49 adult arrivals
AUD1.75 children arrivals
AUD3.49 adult departures
AUD1.75 children departures

CODE

QR

EXEMPTIONS

Same plane transit passengers
Infants under 2 years

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NAME

CAIRNS Safety and Security Charge

AMOUNT

AUD1.48 for every departure

CODE

WG

EXEMPTIONS

Schedules Guide & Tariff

Same plane transit passengers
Infants under 2 years

NAME

SYDNEY Passenger Service Charge

AMOUNT

AUD4.50 adult arrivals
AUD4.50 children arrivals
AUD4.50 adult departures
AUD4.50 children departures

CODE

QR

EXEMPTIONS

Same plane transit passengers
Infants under 2 years

NAME

SYDNEY Safety and Security Charge

AMOUNT

AUD3.21 for every departure

CODE

WG

EXEMPTIONS

Same plane transit passengers
Infants under 2 years

NAME

SYDNEY Noise Levy Tax

AMOUNT

AUD3.58 for every arrival

CODE

QK

EXEMPTIONS

Passengers arriving from CANBERRA
Passengers arriving on propeller driven aircraft
Same plane transit passengers
Infants under 2 years

NAME

TOWNSVILLE Passenger Service Charge

AMOUNT

AUD5.90 adult arrivals
AUD5.90 children arrivals
AUD5.90 adult departures
AUD5.9 0 children departures

CODE

QR

EXEMPTIONS

Same plane transit passengers
Infants under 2 years

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Domestic Fares & Ticketing

NAME

TOWNSVILLE Safety and Security Charge

AMOUNT

AUD1.20 for every departure

CODE

WG

EXEMPTIONS

Same plane transit passengers
Infants under 2 years

NAME

Goods and Services Tax (G. S. T.)

AMOUNT

10% Goods and Services Tax is applicable to the total value of all tickets and
MCO’s for purely domestic travel, i.e. including any other taxes shown on the same ticket

CODE

UO

EXEMPTIONS

Domestic travel in conjunction with international air journeys and shown on the same ticket and exemptions as shown above

Fare calculation showing GST tax calculation procedure
Journey: ADL QF SYD in Y class
Airfare AUD 374.00
Tax

AUD 49.36

Total fare

AUD 423.36

Taxes
ADL WG

$

2.80

SYD QR

$

4.50

SYD QK

$

3.58

UO airfare $374.00 +ADL WG 2.80+
SYD QR 4.50 + SYD QK 3.58
Total airfare + tax $384.88 x 10%$ 38.48
TOTAL TAXES
$ 49.36

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DOMESTIC TARIFF

Introduction
The following Domestic Airfares & Ticketing Tariff contains fare levels applicable to Qantas Airways and subsidiary airlines.
Fare notes
1.

Domestic flights by Qantas Airways within Australia offer Business Class (J) and Economy Class
(Y).

2.

Fare levels are “multi-directional” unless otherwise indicated, this means that the fare from
Sydney to PERTH is the same as from PERTH to Sydney.

3.

Numeric route codes are shown adjacent to the applicable fare level. Route decodes are shown on page. 4.

One-way fares are shown with the code (OW), these may be doubled to calculate a return fare.

5.

Domestic fares do not allow stopovers at intermediate points. A stopover is defined as a break of journey where the next flight is not scheduled to depart on the same calendar day.

6.

Transfers between flights of the same airline (online) are permitted providing the connection occurs on the same calendar day.

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Australian Domestic Fare Levels
How to use
Domestic fares are published using the "from/to” format. In this format the fares are shown from the Headline City (Origin) to Sideline City (Destination). The following fare display from
Adelaide (ADL) shows this format and should be used in consultation with actual Domestic Fares
Tariff. All Domestic fares are quoted in Australian Dollars (AUD)
Headline City
Fare Basis
Code

Rout e OW/OW

AUD

From ADELAIDE (ADL) SA
Fare Type

To ALICE SPRINGS QLD
9119

OW

523

Y

9119

OW

402

9119

OW

175

L14ANO

9119

OW

202

V14ANO

9119

OW

232

VPXO
Fare Basis Code

J
OSOX

Sideline City

9119

OW

253

H5ANO

9119

OW

273
Route Codes

To AYERS ROCK NT
J

9039

OW

735

Y

9039

OW

570

OSOX

9039

OW

226

L14ANO

9039

OW

263

V14ANO

9039

OW

283

VPXO

9039

OW

313

H5ANO

9039

OW

390

Fare Level (AUD)

Headline City (origin city)
Fares are published from headline cities in alphabetical order according to direction of travel, fares may be taken in the reverse direction of travel.
Sideline City (destination city)
Fares are published to sideline cities in alphabetical order according to direction of travel, fares may be taken in the reverse direction of travel.
Fare Basis Code
Each fare is designated by fare basis code, which determines the fare level to be used.

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Fare Type
Fare levels are quoted according to type of trip, either oneway (OW).
Route Codes
Fare level corresponds to intermediate points between the headline and sideline cities.
Fare Level (AUD)
This shows the fare level in AUD

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Australian Domestic Fares
Fare Basis Code

Route

OW/OW

AUD

From ADELAIDE (ADL) SA

Fare Basis
Code

Route

OW/OW

AUD

From ADELAIDE (ADL) SA

To ALICE SPRINGS QLD

To CAIRNS QLD

J

9119

OW

523

J

9011

OW

839

Y

9119

OW

402

Y

9011

OW

646

OSOX

9119

OW

175

OSOX

9011

OW

240

L14ANO

9119

OW

202

L14ANO

9011

OW

255

V14ANO

9119

OW

232

V14ANO

9011

OW

260

VPXO

9119

OW

253

VPXO

9011

OW

302

H5ANO

9119

OW

273

H5ANO

9011

OW

339

To AYERS ROCK NT

To CANBERRA ACT

J

9039

OW

735

J

9084

OW

461

Y

9039

OW

570

J

DIR

OW

426

OSOX

9039

OW

226

Y

9084

OW

354

L14ANO

9039

OW

263

Y

DIR

OW

327

V14ANO

9039

OW

283

OSOX

9084

OW

158

VPXO

9039

OW

313

OSOX

DIR

OW

94

H5ANO

9039

OW

390

L14ANO

9084

OW

175

L14ANO

DIR

OW

121

V14ANO

9084

OW

214

To BRISBANE QLD
J

9051

OW

694

V14ANO

DIR

OW

162

Y

9051

OW

535

VPXO

9084

OW

246

OSOX

9051

OW

134

VPXO

DIR

OW

192

L14ANO

9051

OW

145

H5ANO

9084

OW

295

V14ANO

9051

OW

163

H5ANO

DIR

OW

241

VPXO

9051

OW

174

H5ANO

9051

OW

197

J

9039

OW

752

J

9139

OW

1355

To BROOME WA

To DARWIN NT

J

9000

OW

1356

Y

9039

OW

579

J

9112

OW

986

Y

9139

OW

1042

J

9141

OW

1236

OSOX

9039

OW

218

Y

9000

OW

1046

OSOX

9139

OW

248

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Y

9112

OW

761

L14ANO

9039

OW

250

Y

9141

OW

956

L14ANO

9139

OW

269

OSOX

9000

OW

242

V14ANO

9039

OW

310

OSOX

9112

OW

292

V14ANO

9139

OW

329

OSOX

9141

OW

342

VPXO

9039

OW

402

L14ANO

9000

OW

313

VPXO

9139

OW

421

L14ANO

9112

OW

363

H5ANO

9039

OW

439

L14ANO

9141

OW

413

H5ANO

9139

OW

457

V14ANO

9000

OW

414

V14ANO

9112

OW

464

To GLADSTONE QLD

V14ANO

9141

OW

514

J

9011

OW

717

VPXO

9000

OW

494

Y

9011

OW

549

VPXO

9112

OW

544

OSOX

9011

OW

223

VPXO

9141

OW

594

L14ANO

9011

OW

240

H5ANO

9000

OW

524

V14ANO

9011

OW

260

H5ANO

9112

OW

574

VPXO

9011

OW

293

H5ANO

9141

OW

624

H5ANO

9011

OW

317

Fare Basis Code

Route

OW/OW

AUD

Fare Basis
Code

OW/OW

AUD

Route

From ADELAIDE (ADL) SA

From ADELAIDE (ADL) SA

To GOLD COAST QLD

To PERTH WA

J

9010

OW

612

V14ANO

9109

OW

210

Y

9010

OW

471

VPXO

9109

OW

230

OSOX

9010

OW

129

H5ANO

9109

OW

260

L14ANO

9010

OW

150

V14ANO

9010

OW

180

To PORT HEDLAND WA

VPXO

9010

OW

210

J

9118

OW

848

H5ANO

9010

OW

230

Y

9118

OW

667

OSOX

9118

OW

228

L14ANO

9118

OW

270

To GOVE NT
J

9031

OW

977

V14ANO

9118

OW

303

Y

9031

OW

755

VPXO

9118

OW

319

OSOX

9031

OW

240

H5ANO

9118

OW

337

L14ANO

9031

OW

260

V14ANO

9031

OW

300

To ROCKHAMPTON QLD

VPXO

9031

OW

334

J

9011

OW

726

H5ANO

9031

OW

354

Y

9011

OW

560

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OSOX

OW

179

L14ANO

To HOBART TAS

9011
9011

OW

212

J

9009

OW

484

V14ANO

9011

OW

240

Y

9009

OW

373

VPXO

9011

OW

260

OSOX

9009

OW

142

H5ANO

9011

OW

263

L14ANO

9009

OW

173

V14ANO

9009

OW

195

To SUNSHINE COAST QLD

VPXO

9009

OW

226

J

9011

OW

805

H5ANO

9009

OW

240

Y

9011

OW

620

OSOX

9011

OW

161

L14ANO

9011

OW

190

To MACKAY QLD
J

9011

OW

771

V14ANO

9011

OW

230

Y

9011

OW

594

VPXO

9011

OW

240

OSOX

9011

OW

207

H5ANO

9011

OW

270

L14ANO

9011

OW

240

V14ANO

9011

OW

253

To SYDNEY NSW

VPXO

9011

OW

260

J

9016

OW

485

H5ANO

9011

OW

303

Y

9016

OW

374

OSOX

9016

OW

104

L14ANO

9016

OW

124

To MELBOURNE VIC
J

DIR

OW

338

V14ANO

9016

OW

139

Y

DIR

OW

260

VPXO

9016

OW

158

OSOX

DIR

OW

87

H5ANO

9016

OW

173

L14ANO

DIR

OW

100

V14ANO

DIR

OW

110

To TOWNSVILLE QLD

VPXO

DIR

OW

123

J

9011

OW

768

H5ANO

DIR

OW

133

Y

9011

OW

591

OSOX

9011

OW

229

L14ANO

9011

OW

240

To PERTH WA
J

9109

OW

724

V14ANO

9011

OW

260

Y

9109

OW

557

VPXO

9011

OW

300

OSOX

9109

OW

152

H5ANO

9011

OW

324

L14ANO

9109

OW

185

Fare Basis
Code

Route

OW/OW

From ALICE SPRINGS (ASP) NT

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AUD

Fare Basis
Code

Route

OW/OW

AUD

From AYERS ROCK (AYQ) NT

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To ADELAIDE SA

To ADELAIDE SA

J

9119

OW

523

J

9039

OW

735

Y

9119

OW

402

Y

9039

OW

570

OSOX

9119

OW

175

OSOX

9039

OW

226

L14ANO

9119

OW

202

L14ANO

9039

OW

263

V14ANO

9119

OW

232

V14ANO

9039

OW

283

VPXO

9119

OW

253

VPXO

9039

OW

313

H5ANO

9119

OW

273

H5ANO

9039

OW

390

To BRISBANE QLD

To BRISBANE QLD

J

9088

OW

794

J

9095

OW

795

Y

9088

OW

610

Y

9095

OW

616

OSOX

9088

OW

207

OSOX

9095

OW

258

L14ANO

9088

OW

253

L14ANO

9095

OW

310

V14ANO

9088

OW

303

V14ANO

9095

OW

313

VPXO

9088

OW

310

VPXO

9095

OW

330

H5ANO

9088

OW

330

H5ANO

9095

OW

354

To DARWIN NT

To DARWIN NT

J

DIR

OW

495

J

9039

OW

689

Y

DIR

OW

381

Y

9039

OW

534

OSOX

DIR

OW

167

OSOX

9039

OW

218

L14ANO

DIR

OW

192

L14ANO

9039

OW

240

V14ANO

DIR

OW

222

V14ANO

9039

OW

253

VPXO

DIR

OW

240

VPXO

9039

OW

260

H5ANO

DIR

OW

289

H5ANO

9039

OW

293

To MELBOURNE VIC

To MELBOURNE VIC

J

9076

OW

725

J

9082

OW

796

Y

9076

OW

558

Y

9082

OW

617

OSOX

9076

OW

219

OSOX

9082

OW

270

L14ANO

9076

OW

253

L14ANO

9082

OW

299

V14ANO

9076

OW

293

V14ANO

9082

OW

310

VPXO

9076

OW

310

VPXO

9082

OW

330

H5ANO

9076

OW

330

H5ANO

9082

OW

362

To PERTH WA
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J

9072

OW

907

J

9039

OW

896

J

9119

OW

679

J

DIR

OW

653

Y

9072

OW

694

Y

9039

OW

690

Y

9119

OW

539

Y

DIR

OW

506

OSOX

9072

OW

299

OSOX

9039

OW

289

OSOX

9119

OW

252

OSOX

DIR

OW

242

L14ANO

9072

OW

340

L14ANO

9039

OW

320

L14ANO

9119

OW

283

L14ANO

DIR

OW

263

V14ANO

9072

OW

348

V14ANO

9039

OW

340

V14ANO

9119

OW

301

V14ANO

DIR

OW

293

VPXO

9072

OW

370

VPXO

9039

OW

383

VPXO

9119

OW

323

VPXO

DIR

OW

310

H5ANO

9072

OW

386

H5ANO

9039

OW

392

H5ANO

9119

OW

339

H5ANO

DIR

OW

333

Fare Basis Code

Route

OW/OW

AUD

Fare Basis
Code

Route

OW/OW

From BRISBANE (BNE) QLD

From BRISBANE (BNE) QLD

To ADELAIDE SA

AUD

To CANBERRA ACT

J

9051

OW

694

J

9012

OW

418

Y

9051

OW

535

Y

9012

OW

321

OSOX

9051

OW

134

OSOX

9012

OW

119

L14ANO

9051

OW

145

L14ANO

9012

OW

131

V14ANO

9051

OW

163

V14ANO

9012

OW

152

VPXO

9051

OW

174

VPXO

9012

OW

172

H5ANO

9051

OW

197

H5ANO

9012

OW

199

To ALICE SPRINGS NT

To DARWIN NT

J

9088

OW

794

J

9028

OW

861

Y

9088

OW

610

J

9042

OW

1065

OSOX

9088

OW

207

Y

9028

OW

663

L14ANO

9088

OW

253

Y

9042

OW

819

V14ANO

9088

OW

303

OSOX

9028

OW

170

VPXO

9088

OW

310

OSOX

9042

OW

170

H5ANO

9088

OW

330

L14ANO

9028

OW

222

L14ANO

9042

OW

222

V14ANO

9042

OW

273

V14ANO

9088

OW

273

To AYERS ROCK NT
J
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9095

OW

795

Australian College QED

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Schedules Guide & Tariff

Y

9095

OW

616

VPXO

9028

OW

299

OSOX

9095

OW

258

VPXO

9042

OW

299

L14ANO

9095

OW

310

H5ANO

9028

OW

323

V14ANO

9095

OW

313

H5ANO

9042

OW

323

VPXO

9095

OW

330

H5ANO

9095

OW

354

To HOBART TAS
J

OW

612

Y

To BROOME WA

9010
9010

OW

471

J

9003

OW

1596

OSOX

9010

OW

166

J

9095

OW

1330

L14ANO

9010

OW

210

Y

9003

OW

1230

V14ANO

9010

OW

240

Y

9095

OW

1025

VPXO

9010

OW

250

OSOX

9003

OW

310

H5ANO

9010

OW

260

OSOX

9095

OW

340

L14ANO

9003

OW

330

To MELBOURNE VIC

L14ANO

9095

OW

360

J

9014

OW

561

V14ANO

9003

OW

347

Y

9014

OW

432

V14ANO

9095

OW

367

OSOX

9014

OW

135

VPXO

9003

OW

382

L14ANO

9014

OW

151

VPXO

9095

OW

402

V14ANO

9014

OW

161

H5ANO

9003

OW

410

VPXO

9014

OW

171

H5ANO

9095

OW

430

H5ANO

9014

OW

191

To CAIRNS QLD

To PERTH WA

J

9055

OW

560

J

9007

OW

926

Y

9055

OW

432

Y

9007

OW

691

OSOX

9055

OW

144

OSOX

9007

OW

245

L14ANO

9055

OW

165

L14ANO

9007

OW

260

V14ANO

9055

OW

179

V14ANO

9007

OW

281

VPXO

9055

OW

193

VPXO

9007

OW

298

H5ANO

9055

OW

217

H5ANO

9007

OW

345

Australian College QED

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Fare Basis Code

Route

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

OW/OW

AUD

Fare Basis
Code

Route

OW/OW

From BRISBANE (BNE) QLD

From BROOME (BME) WA

To SYDNEY NSW

AUD

To BRISBANE QLD

J

DIR

OW

386

V14ANO

9003

OW

347

Y

DIR

OW

297

V14ANO

9095

OW

367

OSOX

DIR

OW

89

VPXO

9003

OW

382

L14ANO

DIR

OW

91

VPXO

9095

OW

402

V14ANO

DIR

OW

111

H5ANO

9003

OW

410

VPXO

DIR

OW

131

H5ANO

9095

OW

430

H5ANO

DIR

OW

157
From CAIRNS (CNS) QLD

To TOWNSVILLE QLD

To ADELAIDE SA

J

9056

OW

459

J

9011

OW

839

Y

9056

OW

356

Y

9011

OW

646

OSOX

9056

OW

117

OSOX

9011

OW

240

L14ANO

9056

OW

141

L14ANO

9011

OW

255

V14ANO

9056

OW

162

V14ANO

9011

OW

260

VPXO

9056

OW

190

VPXO

9011

OW

302

H5ANO

9056

OW

267

H5ANO

9011

OW

339

From BROOME (BME) WA

To BRISBANE QLD

To ADELAIDE SA

J

9055

OW

560

J

9000

OW

1356

Y

9055

OW

432

J

9112

OW

986

OSOX

9055

OW

144

J

9141

OW

1236

L14ANO

9055

OW

165

Y

9000

OW

1046

V14ANO

9055

OW

179

Y

9112

OW

761

VPXO

9055

OW

193

Y

9141

OW

956

H5ANO

9055

OW

217

OSOX

9000

OW

242

OSOX

9112

OW

292

To CANBERRA ACT

OSOX

9141

OW

342

J

9013

OW

765

L14ANO

9000

OW

313

Y

9013

OW

590

L14ANO

9112

OW

363

OSOX

9013

OW

226

L14ANO

9141

OW

413

L14ANO

9013

OW

240

V14ANO

9000

OW

414

V14ANO

9013

OW

260

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Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Schedules Guide & Tariff

V14ANO

9112

OW

464

VPXO

9013

OW

280

V14ANO

9141

OW

514

H5ANO

9013

OW

310

VPXO

9000

OW

494

VPXO

9112

OW

544

To HOBART TAS

VPXO

9141

OW

594

J

9011

OW

844

H5ANO

9000

OW

524

Y

9011

OW

650

H5ANO

9112

OW

574

OSOX

9011

OW

220

H5ANO

9141

OW

624

L14ANO

9011

OW

240

V14ANO

9011

OW

260

VPXO

9011

OW

300

H5ANO

9011

OW

324

To BRISBANE QLD
J

9003

OW

1596

J

9095

OW

1330

Y

9003

OW

1230

To MELBOURNE VIC

Y

9095

OW

1025

J

9013

OW

835

OSOX

9003

OW

310

Y

9013

OW

643

OSOX

9095

OW

340

OSOX

9013

OW

191

L14ANO

9003

OW

330

L14ANO

9013

OW

230

L14ANO

9095

OW

360

V14ANO

9013

OW

240

Fare Basis Code

Route

OW/OW

AUD

Fare Basis
Code

Route

OW/OW

From CAIRNS (CNS) QLD

From CANBERRA (CBR) ACT

To MELBOURNE VIC

AUD

To ADELAIDE SA

VPXO

9013

OW

268

J

9084

OW

461

H5ANO

9013

OW

294

J

DIR

OW

426

Y

9084

OW

354

Y

DIR

OW

327

To PERTH WA
J

9008

OW

1140

OSOX

9084

OW

158

J

9098

OW

1464

OSOX

DIR

OW

94

J

9123

OW

898

L14ANO

9084

OW

175

Y

9008

OW

878

L14ANO

DIR

OW

121

Y

9098

OW

1127

V14ANO

9084

OW

214

Y

9123

OW

692

V14ANO

DIR

OW

162

OSOX

9008

OW

330

VPXO

9084

OW

246

OSOX

9098

OW

350

VPXO

DIR

OW

192

OSOX

9123

OW

310

H5ANO

9084

OW

295

L14ANO

9008

OW

390

H5ANO

DIR

OW

241

Australian College QED

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Domestic Fares & Ticketing

L14ANO

9098

OW

410

L14ANO

9123

OW

370

To BRISBANE QLD

V14ANO

9008

OW

419

J

9012

OW

418

V14ANO

9098

OW

429

Y

9012

OW

321

V14ANO

9123

OW

399

OSOX

9012

OW

119

VPXO

9008

OW

422

L14ANO

9012

OW

131

VPXO

9098

OW

422

V14ANO

9012

OW

152

VPXO

9123

OW

402

VPXO

9012

OW

172

H5ANO

9008

OW

459

H5ANO

9012

OW

199

H5ANO

9098

OW

479

H5ANO

9123

OW

439

J

9079

OW

906

Y

9079

OW

696

To SYDNEY NSW

To DARWIN NT

J

9038

OW

738

OSOX

9079

OW

111

Y

9038

OW

569

L14ANO

9079

OW

121

OSOX

9038

OW

187

V14ANO

9079

OW

141

L14ANO

9038

OW

224

VPXO

9079

OW

162

V14ANO

9038

OW

240

H5ANO

9079

OW

189

VPXO

9038

OW

248

H5ANO

9038

OW

260

J

9085

OW

830

Y

9085

OW

638

To TOWNSVILLE QLD

To PERTH WA

J

DIR

OW

191

OSOX

9085

OW

182

Y

DIR

OW

174

L14ANO

9085

OW

190

OSOX

DIR

OW

111

V14ANO

9085

OW

230

L14ANO

DIR

OW

121

VPXO

9085

OW

250

V14ANO

DIR

OW

141

H5ANO

9085

OW

260

VPXO

DIR

OW

162

H5ANO

DIR

OW

182

To SYDNEY NSW
J

158

DIR

OW

60

DIR

OW

71

DIR

OW

81

VPXO

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OW

V14ANO

AUD

DIR

L14ANO

OW/OW

204

OSOX

Rout

OW

Y

Fare Basis Code

DIR

DIR

OW

89

Route

OW/OW

Fare Basis
C d

AUD

Australian College QED

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Schedules Guide & Tariff

e

Code

From DARWIN (DRW) NT

From DARWIN (DRW) NT

To ADELAIDE SA

To MELBOURNE VIC

J

9039

OW

752

J

9077

OW

870

J

9139

OW

1355

Y

9077

OW

669

Y

9039

OW

579

OSOX

9077

OW

207

Y

9139

OW

1042

L14ANO

9077

OW

250

OSOX

9039

OW

218

V14ANO

9077

OW

300

OSOX

9139

OW

248

VPXO

9077

OW

310

L14ANO

9039

OW

250

H5ANO

9077

OW

330

L14ANO

9139

OW

269

V14ANO

9039

OW

310

To PERTH WA

V14ANO

9139

OW

329

J

9040

OW

880

VPXO

9039

OW

402

Y

9040

OW

677

VPXO

9139

OW

421

OSOX

9040

OW

230

H5ANO

9039

OW

439

L14ANO

9040

OW

250

H5ANO

9139

OW

457

V14ANO

9040

OW

280

VPXO

9040

OW

300

H5ANO

9040

OW

310

To ALICE SPRINGS NT
J

DIR

OW

495

Y

DIR

OW

381

To SYDNEY NSW

OSOX

DIR

OW

167

J

9080

OW

870

L14ANO

DIR

OW

192

Y

9080

OW

669

V14ANO

DIR

OW

222

OSOX

9080

OW

197

VPXO

DIR

OW

240

L14ANO

9080

OW

240

H5ANO

DIR

OW

289

V14ANO

9080

OW

300

VPXO

9080

OW

310

H5ANO

9080

OW

330

To AYERS ROCK NT
J

9039

OW

689

Y

9039

OW

534

From HOBART (HBA) TAS

OSOX

9039

OW

218

To ADELAIDE SA

L14ANO

9039

OW

240

J

9009

OW

484

V14ANO

9039

OW

253

Y

9009

OW

373

VPXO

9039

OW

260

OSOX

9009

OW

142

H5ANO

9039

OW

293

L14ANO

9009

OW

173

V14ANO

9009

OW

195

VPXO

9009

OW

226

To BRISBANE QLD
Australian College QED

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Schedules Guide & Tariff

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

J

9028

OW

861

OW

240

J

9042

OW

1065

Y

9028

OW

663

To BRISBANE QLD

Y

9042

OW

819

J

9010

OW

612

OSOX

9028

OW

170

Y

9010

OW

471

OSOX

9042

OW

170

OSOX

9010

OW

166

L14ANO

9028

OW

222

L14ANO

9010

OW

210

L14ANO

9042

OW

222

V14ANO

9010

OW

240

L14ANO

9042

OW

273

VPXO

9010

OW

250

V14ANO

9088

OW

273

H5ANO

9010

OW

260

VPXO

9028

OW

299

VPXO

9042

OW

299

To CAIRNS QLD

H5ANO

9028

OW

323

J

9011

OW

844

H5ANO

9042

OW

323

Y

9011

OW

650

OSOX

9011

OW

220

L14ANO

9011

OW

240

Fare Basis
Code

Route

OW/OW

Fare Basis Code

Rout e OW/OW

AUD

H5ANO

9009

From HOBART (HBA) TAS

From MELBOURNE (MEL) VIC

To CAIRNS QLD

AUD

To CAIRNS QLD

V14ANO

9011

OW

260

J

9013

OW

835

VPXO

9011

OW

300

Y

9013

OW

643

H5ANO

9011

OW

324

OSOX

9013

OW

191

L14ANO

9013

OW

230

V14ANO

9013

OW

240

To SYDNEY NSW
J

9009

OW

452

VPXO

9013

OW

268

Y

9009

OW

348

H5ANO

9013

OW

294

OSOX

9009

OW

140

L14ANO

9009

OW

167

To DARWIN NT

V14ANO

9009

OW

187

J

9077

OW

870

VPXO

9009

OW

214

Y

9077

OW

669

H5ANO

9009

OW

234

OSOX

9077

OW

207

L14ANO

9077

OW

250

From MELBOURNE (MEL) VIC

V14ANO

9077

OW

300

To ADELAIDE SA

VPXO

9077

OW

310

H5ANO

9077

OW

330

J

Page 58

DIR

OW

338

Australian College QED

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

Schedules Guide & Tariff

Y

DIR

OW

260

OSOX

DIR

OW

87

To PERTH WA

L14ANO

DIR

OW

100

J

9005

OW

809

V14ANO

DIR

OW

110

Y

9005

OW

623

VPXO

DIR

OW

123

OSOX

9005

OW

190

H5ANO

DIR

OW

133

L14ANO

9005

OW

226

V14ANO

9005

OW

234

VPXO

9005

OW

249

H5ANO

9005

OW

264

To ALICE SPRINGS NT
J

9076

OW

725

Y

9076

OW

558

OSOX

9076

OW

219

To SYDNEY NSW

L14ANO

9076

OW

253

J

9017

OW

359

V14ANO

9076

OW

293

Y

9017

OW

276

VPXO

9076

OW

310

OSOX

9017

OW

84

H5ANO

9076

OW

330

L14ANO

9017

OW

91

V14ANO

9017

OW

101

VPXO

9017

OW

121

H5ANO

9017

OW

169

To AYERS ROCK NT
J

9082

OW

796

Y

9082

OW

617

OSOX

9082

OW

270

To TOWNSVILLE QLD

L14ANO

9082

OW

299

J

9013

OW

730

V14ANO

9082

OW

310

Y

9013

OW

562

VPXO

9082

OW

330

OSOX

9013

OW

216

H5ANO

9082

OW

362

L14ANO

9013

OW

240

V14ANO

9013

OW

260

VPXO

9013

OW

280

H5ANO

9013

OW

300

Fare Basis
Code

Route

OW/OW

To BRISBANE QLD
J

9014

OW

561

Y

9014

OW

432

OSOX

9014

OW

135

L14ANO

9014

OW

151

V14ANO

9014

OW

161

VPXO

9014

OW

171

H5ANO

9014

OW

191

Fare Basis Code

Rout e OW/OW

From PERTH (PER) WA

Australian College QED

AUD

AUD

From PERTH (PER) WA

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Schedules Guide & Tariff

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

To ADELAIDE SA

To CAIRNS QLD

J

9109

OW

724

J

9008

OW

1140

Y

9109

OW

557

J

9098

OW

1464

OSOX

9109

OW

152

J

9123

OW

898

L14ANO

9109

OW

185

Y

9008

OW

878

V14ANO

9109

OW

210

Y

9098

OW

1127

VPXO

9109

OW

230

Y

9123

OW

692

H5ANO

9109

OW

260

OSOX

9008

OW

330

OSOX

9098

OW

350

OSOX

9123

OW

310

To ALICE SPRINGS NT
J

9072

OW

907

L14ANO

9008

OW

390

J

9119

OW

679

L14ANO

9098

OW

410

Y

9072

OW

694

L14ANO

9123

OW

370

Y

9119

OW

539

V14ANO

9008

OW

419

OSOX

9072

OW

299

V14ANO

9098

OW

429

OSOX

9119

OW

252

V14ANO

9123

OW

399

L14ANO

9072

OW

340

VPXO

9008

OW

422

L14ANO

9119

OW

283

VPXO

9098

OW

422

V14ANO

9072

OW

348

VPXO

9123

OW

402

V14ANO

9119

OW

301

H5ANO

9008

OW

459

VPXO

9072

OW

370

H5ANO

9098

OW

479

VPXO

9119

OW

323

H5ANO

9123

OW

439

H5ANO

9072

OW

386

H5ANO

9119

OW

339

To DARWIN NT
J

OW

880

Y

To AYERS ROCK NT

9040
9040

OW

677

J

9039

OW

896

OSOX

9040

OW

230

J

DIR

OW

653

L14ANO

9040

OW

250

Y

9039

OW

690

V14ANO

9040

OW

280

Y

DIR

OW

506

VPXO

9040

OW

300

OSOX

9039

OW

289

H5ANO

9040

OW

310

OSOX

DIR

OW

242

L14ANO

9039

OW

320

To MELBOURNE VIC

L14ANO

DIR

OW

263

J

9005

OW

809

V14ANO

9039

OW

340

Y

9005

OW

623

V14ANO

DIR

OW

293

OSOX

9005

OW

190

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Schedules Guide & Tariff

VPXO

9039

OW

383

L14ANO

9005

OW

226

VPXO

DIR

OW

310

V14ANO

9005

OW

234

H5ANO

9039

OW

392

VPXO

9005

OW

249

H5ANO

DIR

OW

333

H5ANO

9005

OW

264

To BRISBANE QLD

To SYDNEY NSW

J

9007

OW

926

J

9006

OW

902

Y

9007

OW

691

Y

9006

OW

694

OSOX

9007

OW

245

OSOX

9006

OW

186

L14ANO

9007

OW

260

L14ANO

9006

OW

231

V14ANO

9007

OW

281

V14ANO

9006

OW

237

VPXO

9007

OW

298

VPXO

9006

OW

261

H5ANO

9007

OW

345

H5ANO

9006

OW

297

Fare Basis
Code

Route

Fare Basis Code

Rout e OW/OW

AUD

OW/OW

From SYDNEY (SYD) NSW

From SYDNEY (SYD) NSW

To ADELAIDE SA

AUD

To HOBART TAS

J

9016

OW

485

VPXO

9009

OW

214

Y

9016

OW

374

H5ANO

9009

OW

234

OSOX

9016

OW

104

L14ANO

9016

OW

124

To MELBOURNE VIC

V14ANO

9016

OW

139

J

9017

OW

359

VPXO

9016

OW

158

Y

9017

OW

276

H5ANO

9016

OW

173

OSOX

9017

OW

84

L14ANO

9017

OW

91

V14ANO

9017

OW

101

To BRISBANE QLD
J

DIR

OW

386

VPXO

9017

OW

121

Y

DIR

OW

297

H5ANO

9017

OW

169

OSOX

DIR

OW

89

L14ANO

DIR

OW

91

To PERTH WA

V14ANO

DIR

OW

111

J

9006

OW

902

VPXO

DIR

OW

131

Y

9006

OW

694

H5ANO

DIR

OW

157

OSOX

9006

OW

186

L14ANO

9006

OW

231

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To CAIRNS QLD

V14ANO

9006

OW

237

J

9038

OW

738

VPXO

9006

OW

261

Y

9038

OW

569

H5ANO

9006

OW

297

OSOX

9038

OW

187

L14ANO

9038

OW

224

To TOWNSVILLE QLD

V14ANO

9038

OW

240

J

9015

OW

639

VPXO

9038

OW

248

Y

9015

OW

491

H5ANO

9038

OW

260

OSOX

9015

OW

159

L14ANO

9015

OW

200

V14ANO

9015

OW

235

To CANBERRA ACT
J

DIR

OW

204

VPXO

9015

OW

240

Y

DIR

OW

158

H5ANO

9015

OW

295

OSOX

DIR

OW

60

L14ANO

DIR

OW

71

From TOWNSVILLE (TSV) QLD

V14ANO

DIR

OW

81

To BRISBANE QLD

VPXO

DIR

OW

89

J

9056

OW

459

H5ANO

DIR

OW

110

Y

9056

OW

356

OSOX

9056

OW

117

L14ANO

9056

OW

141

To DARWIN NT
J

9080

OW

870

V14ANO

9056

OW

162

Y

9080

OW

669

VPXO

9056

OW

190

OSOX

9080

OW

197

H5ANO

9056

OW

267

L14ANO

9080

OW

240

V14ANO

9080

OW

300

To SYDNEY NSW

VPXO

9080

OW

310

J

9015

OW

639

H5ANO

9080

OW

330

Y

9015

OW

491

OSOX

9015

OW

159

L14ANO

9056

OW

200

To HOBART TAS
J

9009

OW

452

V14ANO

9056

OW

235

Y

9009

OW

348

VPXO

9056

OW

240

OSOX

9009

OW

140

H5ANO

9056

OW

295

L14ANO

9009

OW

167

Route Decodes
The Australian Fares Tariff contains various “route codes” applicable to specific fares. The following decodes explains which routings are applicable to the various route codes.

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Conditions of “decodes”.
a.

routings apply in either direction

b.

The symbol “/” means “or”.

c.

The symbol “-” means “to”.

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DIR

Domestic Fares & Ticketing

QF non-stop

9000 BME/KGI/SYD-PER-ADL/ASP/PHE
9005 PER/KGI/CBR/DRW-ADL-MEL/ASP
9006 PER/ASP/KGI-ADL-MEL-HBA/CBR/SYD
9007 PER/ASP/KGI-ADL-MEL-SYD-BNE/CBR
9008 PER-ADL-MEL-SYD-BNE-ROK/PPP/TSV/CNS
9009 LST/HBA-MEL-ADL/CBR/SYD
9010

ADL/HBA/DPO-MEL-CBR-SYD-BNE/OOL

9011

ADL/HBA/PER/CBR/ASP-MEL-SYD-BNE-ROK/PPP/TSV/CNS

9013

MEL/CBR/ASP/AYQ-SYD-BNE-ROK/MKY/PPP/TSV/CNS

9014

MEL-CBR-SYD-BNE

9015

SYD/DRW/ADL/ASP/CNS/TSV/CBR-BNE-ROK/MKY

9016

ADL-MEL-CBR-SYD

9017

MEL-CBR-SYD

9028 BNE/ROK/MKY/PPP/TSV/ASP/AYQ/DRW-CNS-ASP-GOV/LZR/DRW/ASP/ADL/PER
9038 SYD-OOL-BNE-CNS
9039 DRW/ADL/CNS/AYQ-ASP-AYQ/PER/ADL/BME or DRW/ADL/CNS/AYQ-BNE-SYDAYQ/PER/ADL/BME
9042 BNE-SYD-MEL-ADL-ASP-DRW
9055

BNE-BDB-GLT-ROK-MKY-PPP-TSV-CNS

9072

PER-ADL/BME-ASP

9076

MEL-ADL/SYD-ASP

9077

MEL-ASP/SYD-ASP-DRW or MEL-SYD-BNE-CNS-DRW

9080 SYD-MEL-ADL-ASP-DRW or SYD-BNE-CNS-DRW
9084 ADL/PER-MEL/SYD-CBR
9088 ASP-CNS-BNE or ASP-ADL/MEL/SYD-BNE
9098 PER-BME-DRW-GOV-CNS
9109

ADL-KGI-PER

9119

ASP-AYQ-ADL/BME/PER

9123

PER-ASP/AYQ-CNS

9138

CBR-SYD/PER-TRP

9139

DRW-ASP-ADL

9151

ADL-MEL/SYD-BNE

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Fare Rules
Standard Condition for Domestic Airfares
1.

APPLICATION
Business/Economy OW via QF

2.

PERIODS OF APPLICATION
Fares apply all year

4.

FARES
a.

Normal Fares
Normal fares for the purpose of this Domestic Fares Tariff are the least restrictive for the class of service indicated

b.

fares

Special Fares
All other fares, which are not normal fares for the class of service, indicated. Special fares operate with restrictive fare conditions; they only apply if bought before departure of the first flight for which the passenger has made a reservation; they may not be purchased retrospectively. 5.

CHILDREN AND INFANTS FARES
a.

Normal Fares
Children between 2years and 11 years of age pay 80% of the normal fare

b.

Special Fares
Children between 2years and 11 years of age pay 80% of the normal fare

c.

All Fares
(i) Infants under 2 years of age who do not occupy a seat will be carried free of charge.
(ii) Ages referred to herein are as at the date of departure for the first flight.

6.

MINIMUM STAY:
No requirements

8.

TICKET VALIDITY
a. One year from date of ticket issue
b. Where a special fare rule specifies a special validity, the ticket is not valid for travel after the expiry of that special validity. However, unless otherwise specified the residual value of a ticket may be used in exchange for Qantas travel documents no longer than one (1) year from date of ticket issue.

9.

EXTENSION OF TICKET VALIDITY:
Not applicable

10.

PERMITTED STOPOVERS
None permitted
Note: A stopover is a break in journey at an intermediate point when onward travel does not take place on the same calendar day.

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ROUTINGS (TRANSFERS)
a. Via QF services (including those operated by QF subsidiary airlines on selected routes) only. b. The fare is dependent on the route flown. Different fares may operate from time to time between equivalent origin and destination points when different routings are offered-see route notes (page 17) applicable to the fare.
c. Online transfers are permitted on the published fare but only at points shown in the appropriate routing note (p) and must be on the same day as arrival at the transfer point or on the first available connecting service following an overnight flight (change of date).

12.

PERMITTED COMBINATIONS
a. Normal fares: No restrictions; any number of these fares may be combined end-on to create
OW/RT/CT/OJ journeys.
b. Special fares:
(i) Special fares may be combined end-on with QF domestic fares within Australia. If there is a conflict of fare conditions between the fare codes shown on the ticket, the most restrictive condition will prevail and must be applied.
(ii) Special fares may not be combined with international fares.

13.

ADVERTISING AND SALES
a.

Normal Fares: Permitted worldwide.

b.

Special Fares: Restricted to Australia and New Zealand

14.

RESERVATIONS
a.

Normal Fares:
(i) No special requirements except that the fare is only valid for the specific booking class. (ii) Changes: Rebooking permitted

b.

Special Fares:
(i) Open sectors not permitted
(ii) Confirmed reservations must be held for all flights.
(iii) Waitlists not permitted

15.

PAYMENTS: No special requirements
a.

Normal Fares: No special requirements

b.

Special Fares: Restricted by the fare ruling

16.

TICKETING: No special requirements
a.

Normal Fares: No special requirements

b.

Special Fares: Restricted by the fare ruling

17.

TICKET ENTRIES
a.

Normal Fares: No special requirements

b.

Special Fares: “Important Notice” required.

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VOLUNTARY REROUTING
a.

Normal Fares: Permitted

b.

Special Fares: Not permitted
Exception: Voluntary rerouting and re-issue of special fare tickets are permitted if all of the following conditions are satisfied:
(i) The fare construction points are unchanged and the values of any fare components shown under the special fare basis code on the ticket are not made higher by the reroute. (ii) All other fare conditions have been complied with.

19.

INVOLUNTARY REROUTING:
Permitted

20.

CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS
a.

Normal Fares: No restrictions

b.

Special Fares: When a refund restriction applies to the fare:
(i) The refund restriction is carried forward to all documents for which the ticket is exchanged and such documents are to be clearly endorsed that a refund restriction applies. (ii) Failure to board a ticket flight (no show) constitutes a voluntary cancellation. Any cancellation penalty, which applies to the fare, will be enforced in case of a no-show.
(iii) In the case of certified death of the passenger or immediate family; full refund or refund of unused coupons as applicable. Written evidence must be provided in support of the refund application

22.

DOCUMENTATION
No special requirements
Exception: Passengers travelling on Qantas services numbered QF1-QF399 between
Australian international terminals must carry photographic identification.

23.

PASSENGER EXPENSES:
Not permitted

24.

TOUR CONDUCTOR DISCOUNTS:
Not permitted

25.

AGENTS’ DISCOUNTS
a.

Normal fares: Permitted

b.

Special fares: Not permitted

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Normal Domestic Fares (J/Y)
1.

APPLICATION
Business Class (J)/Economy Class (Y) OW via QF

5.

CHILDREN’S FARES
a.

14.

Children between 2 years and 11 years of age pay 80% of the normal (J/Y) fare.

RESERVATIONS
Booking Class: J/Y as appropriate

17.

TICKET ENTRIES
Fare Basis: J/Y as appropriate, children attach “/CH20” to fare basis code

18.

VOLUNTARY REROUTING
Permitted

20.

CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS
No restrictions

90.

TARIFF INFORMATION
Fare Basis Code:
Booking Class:

J/Y-as appropriate

Sale:

no restrictions

Travel:

no restrictions

Advance Purchase:

not applicable

Min Stay:

not applicable

Max Stay:

not applicable

Payment:

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J/Y-as appropriate

no restrictions

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Promotional Fares
One Way Excursion Fare (OSOX) (RED DEAL FARES)
1.

Application
a.
b.

This fare is a “Special Domestic Fare”

c.
5.

Economy OW via QF
This fare is only to be issued as an Electronic Ticket (E-ticket).

Children’s fares
a.

8.

Children (aged 2-11 years) pay 100% of adult fare

Maximum ticket validity
All travel must be completed by 30 June 2004

14.

Reservations
a.
b.

Booking Class: book in O class

c.
15.

Deadline: nil-fare valid between 13 February-30 June
Changes: permitted prior to scheduled departure day

Payment
Full payment is required on the same calendar day as creation of the Passenger Name Record
(PNR)

16.

Ticketing
The ticket must be completed no later than the day following the creation of the Passenger
Name Record (PNR)

17.

Ticket entries
a.
b.

20.

Fare Basis: OSOX
Endorsement: Valid on QF services only/non-refundable

Cancellation and refunds
a.
b.

No show for flight-loss of fare

c.
21.

Changes to reservations can only be made prior to scheduled departure day. Fee of
$33.00 is applicable to each change
Refunds not permitted, however, ticket value (less fee of $33.00) can be credited against another fare on Qantas network within 12 months from date of original ticket issue.

Frequent flyer category
Discount economy

90.

Tariff information
Fare Basis Code:

OSOX

Booking Class:

O

Sale:

13 February -30 June ONLY

Travel:

13 February -30 June ONLY

Advance Purchase:

nil

Ticket validity:

all travel must be completed no later than 30 June

Payment:
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within one (1) day of creation of the Passenger Name Record
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One Way Excursion Fare (VPXO)(SUPER SAVER FARES)
1.

Application
a. Economy OW via QF
b. Fares can be combined end-on to create round-trip/circle-trip/open-jaw journeys
c. This fare is a “Special Domestic Fare”
d. This fare is only to be issued as an Electronic Ticket (E-ticket).

5.

Children’s fares
a. Children (aged 2-11 years) pay 80% of adult fare

8. Maximum ticket validity
All travel must be completed within 12 months from date of original ticket issue
14. Reservations
a. Deadline: nil, Waitlists not permitted
b. Booking Class: book in V class
c. Changes: permitted prior to scheduled departure day
15. Payment
Full payment is required on the same calendar day as creation of the Passenger Name Record
(PNR)
16. Ticketing
The ticket must be completed no later than the day following the creation of the Passenger Name
Record (PNR)
17. Ticket entries
a. Fare Basis: VPXO
b. Endorsement: Valid on QF services only/non-refundable
20. Cancellation and refunds
a. Changes to reservations can only be made prior to scheduled departure day. Fee of $33.00 is applicable to each change
b. No show for flight-loss of fare
c. Refunds not permitted, however, ticket value (less fee of $33.00) can be credited against another fare on Qantas network within 12 months from date of original ticket issue.
21. Frequent flyer category
Discount economy
90. Tariff information
Fare Basis Code:

VPXO

Booking Class:

V

Sale:

All year

Travel:

All year

Advance Purchase:

nil

Ticket validity:

within 1 year date of issue

Payment:

within one (1) day of creation of the Passenger Name Record

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One Way Excursion Fare (V14ANO)(SUPER SAVER FARES)
1.

Application
a.

Economy OW via QF

b.

Fares can be combined end-on to create round-trip/circle-trip/open-jaw journeys

c.

This fare is a “Special Domestic Fare”

This fare is only to be issued as an Electronic Ticket (E-ticket).
5.

Children’s fares
a.

Children (aged 2-11 years) pay 80% of adult fare

8. Maximum ticket validity
All travel must be completed within 12 months from date of original ticket issue
14. Reservations
Deadline: 14 days prior to departure, Waitlists not permitted
a.

Booking Class: book in V class

b.

Changes: permitted prior to scheduled departure day

15. Payment
Full payment is required on the same calendar day as creation of the Passenger Name Record
(PNR)
16. Ticketing
The ticket must be completed no later than the day following the creation of the Passenger Name
Record (PNR)
17. Ticket entries
a.

Fare Basis: V14ANO

b.

Endorsement: Valid on QF services only/non-refundable

Cancellation and refunds
a.
b.

No show for flight-loss of fare

c.
21.

Changes to reservations can only be made prior to scheduled departure day. Fee of $33.00 is applicable to each change
Refunds not permitted, however, ticket value (less fee of $33.00) can be credited against another fare on Qantas network within 12 months from date of original ticket issue.
Frequent flyer category
Discount economy

90.

Tariff information
Fare Basis Code:

V14ANO

Booking Class:

V

Sale:

All year

Travel:

All year

Advance Purchase:

14 days

Ticket validity:

within 1 year date of issue

Payment:

within one (1) day of creation of the Passenger Name Record

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One Way Excursion Fare (L14ANO)(SUPER SAVER FARES)
1.

Application
a.
b

Fares can be combined end-on to create round-trip/circle-trip/open-jaw journeys

c

This fare is a “Special Domestic Fare”

d
5.

Economy OW via QF

This fare is only to be issued as an Electronic Ticket (E-ticket).

Children’s fares
a. Children (aged 2-11 years) pay 80% of adult fare

8. Maximum ticket validity
All travel must be completed within 12 months from date of original ticket issue
14. Reservations
a.

Deadline: 14 days prior to departure, Waitlists not permitted

b.

Booking Class: book in L class

c.

Changes: permitted prior to scheduled departure day

15. Payment
Full payment is required on the same calendar day as creation of the Passenger Name Record
(PNR)
16. Ticketing
The ticket must be completed no later than the day following the creation of the Passenger Name
Record (PNR)
17. Ticket entries
a.

Fare Basis: L14ANO

b.

Endorsement: Valid on QF services only/non-refundable

21. Frequent flyer category
Discount economy
21.

Cancellation and refunds
a.

Changes to reservations can only be made prior to scheduled departure day. Fee of $33.00 is applicable to each change

b.

No show for flight-loss of fare

c.

Refunds not permitted, however, ticket value (less fee of $33.00) can be credited against another fare on Qantas network within 12 months from date of original ticket issue.

90. Tariff information
Fare Basis Code:

L14ANO

Booking Class:

L

Sale:

All year

Travel:

All year

Advance Purchase:

nil

Ticket validity:

within 1 year date of issue

Payment:

within one (1) day of creation of the Passenger Name Record

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One Way Excursion Fare (H5ANO)(FLEXI SAVER FARES)
1.

Application
a. Economy OW via QF b Fares can be combined end-on to create round-trip/circle-trip/open-jaw journeys c This fare is a “Special Domestic Fare”
d. This fare is only to be issued as an Electronic Ticket (E-ticket).

5.

Children’s fares
a. Children (aged 2-11 years) pay 80% of adult fare

8. Maximum ticket validity
All travel must be completed within 12 months from date of original ticket issue
14. Reservations
a. Deadline: 5 days prior to departure, Waitlists not permitted
b. Booking Class: book in H class
c. Changes: permitted prior to scheduled departure day
15. Payment
Full payment is required on the same calendar day as creation of the Passenger
Name Record (PNR)
16. Ticketing
The ticket must be completed no later than the day following the creation of the Passenger Name
Record (PNR)
17. Ticket entries
a. Fare Basis: H5ANO
b. Endorsement: Valid on QF services only/non-refundable
21. Frequent flyer category
Full economy
22.

Cancellation and refunds
a.

Changes to reservations can only be made prior to scheduled departure day.

b.

No show for flight-loss of fare

c.

Refunds not permitted, however, ticket value can be credited against another fare on Qantas network within 12 months from date of original ticket issue.

90. Tariff information
Fare Basis Code:

H5ANO

Booking Class:

H

Sale:

All year

Travel:

All year

Advance Purchase:

5 days

Ticket validity:

within 1 year date of issue

Payment:

within one (1) day of creation of the Passenger Name Record

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CALENDAR FOR YEAR 2005
January 2005

February 2005

March 2005

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

1
3

4

5

6

7

2

8

9

1
7

2

3

4

5

6

8

9 10 11 12 13

1
7

2

3

4

5

6

8

9 10 11 12 13

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

28

28 29 30 31

31

April 2005

May 2005

June 2005

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

1
4

5

6

7

2

3

8

9 10

1
2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1
6

7

2

3

4

5

8

9 10 11 12

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

20 21 22 23 24 25 26

25 26 27 28 29 30

23 24 25 26 27 28 29

27 28 29 30

30 31

July 2005

August 2005

September 2005

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

1
4

5

6

7

2

3

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10

8

9 10 11 12 13 14

1
5

6

7

2

3

4

8

9 10 11

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

25 26 27 28 29 30 31

29 30 31

26 27 28 29 30

October 2005

November 2005

December 2005

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su

1
3

4

5

6

7

2

8

9

1
7

2

3

4

5

6

8

9 10 11 12 13

1
5

6

7

2

3

4

8

9 10 11

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

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14 15 16 17 18 19 20

28 29 30

26 27 28 29 30 31

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