Qantas Airlines Customer Service
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 3 reviews
by john on Qantas Airlines Customer Service

Booked a business class ticket by Bpay and had two simple queries, I tired to text but the number given refused to accept this. tried the tel.no. but the shortest wait time was 4 hours. The local Perth office has been closed, so there is really no means of contact. I would have expected better from this company which is always praising it's customer service. I got my queries answered outside of the qtas network, but that really isn't good enough. Qtas get your act together and lift your game.

by Andrew Nell on Qantas Airlines Customer Service

I personally fly Qantas for long haul almost every year. because I know it is one the most safe airlines in the world.
but I really think their fleet need to be updated. their 744 or A388 are getting old now compare to some other international airlines.

by Zinhan Win on Qantas Airlines Customer Service

Went to Shanghai for the China Import Expo with Qantas, I have flew with more than 15 airlines during the past few years, I would say Qantas's service level would be the number 1.

Phone number: 1 800 227 4500

Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Email: registry@qantas.com

Website: https://www.qantas.com/in/en.html

Qantas Airlines Corporate Office Address
Mascot, Australia

Last updated on June 26th, 2019 at 09:29 am

Qantas Airlines Customer Service Phone Numbers

Customer service: 1 800 227 4500
Qantas Airlines Reservations: 1 800 227 4500
Frequent Flyer Helpline of Qantas: 0800 964 432
 

Qantas Airlines International Customer Service numbers

USA & Canada, Qantas Reservations: 1 800 227 4500
Qantas Customer Service: 1800 613 844
Thailand: + 66 2 632 6611 or else 001 800 611 4797
Indonesia: +62 21 2555 6300
Mexico: +1 800 227 4500
Argentina: 0 800 122 0337
 

How to Contact Qantas Airlines TOLL FREE 1-800 NUMBER

List of numbers for Qantas Airlines Customer care and Reservations support

Qantas Airlines Complaints Contact: 0130 055 572

Reservation support number: +91 22 6111 1818

Qantas Airlines Customer Relations number: 0800 964 432

Group Travel number: 13 26 24.

Flight Arrival/Departure inquiry number of Qantas Airlines: 022 6111 1818

Below are the steps which show a demo of how to contact the Qantas Airlines Customer Service

  • Welcome to Qantas Airlines Customer Service, how can I help you today?
  • For service in English, press one
  • Tell me the reason of calling. Do you want information about reservations or flight status?
  • Please select from one in all the subsequent four options
    For flight Reservations, press one,
  • Reservations.
  • Okay, we got your option. Please provide little more information like book a new flight or change my reservations; tell me your choice.
  • Change my reservations.
  • Thank you, please tell me the flight number or if you don’t understand it say continue.
  • Continue.
  • Ok, in this case, what city would the flight depart from?
  • To search for our lowest fare, press two
  • For commonly asked queries, press 3
  • To book a new flight, press one

Qantas Airlines Headquarters Info, Email, Phone number, Website and live chat Information

It is the flag carrier of Australia and its largest airline by fleet size, international flights and international destinations.

Qantas Airlines headquarter: Mascot, Australia

Headquarters Email Qantas Airlines: registry@qantas.com

Qantas Airlines headquarters phone number: 022 6111 1818

Headquarters website: Click here
 

Qantas Airlines Headquarters & Executive Team

Andrew Finch – General Counsel and Company Secretary
Lesley Grant – CEO, Qantas Loyalty
Jayne Hrdlicka – CEO, Jetstar
Andrew Parker – Group Executive, Government and International Affairs
Jon Scriven – Group Executive, People and Office of the CEO
Olivia Wirth – Group Executive, Brand, Marketing and Corporate Affairs

Qantas Airlines Application download

Android app download for Qantas Airlines  

Qantas Airlines IOS app download
 

Qantas Airlines Services

  • In-flight entertainment
  • Cabin
  • Smartphone support
  • Qantas Frequent Flyer
  • The Qantas Club
  • Airline incidents
  • Controversy

Qantas Airlines history

Qantas was founded in Winton, Queensland on 16 November 1920 as Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Limited by Paul McGinness and Hudson Fysh. Fergus McMaster joined them as Chairman, as did Arthur Baird to take care of aircraft maintenance. McGinness left QANTAS for other interests in 1922, and Hudson Fysh remained with the company as General Manager & Managing Director. He retired as Sir Hudson Fysh KBE DFC, Chairman of QANTAS in 1966.
 
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Qantas Airlines Customer Service
Average rating:  
 3 reviews
by john on Qantas Airlines Customer Service

Booked a business class ticket by Bpay and had two simple queries, I tired to text but the number given refused to accept this. tried the tel.no. but the shortest wait time was 4 hours. The local Perth office has been closed, so there is really no means of contact. I would have expected better from this company which is always praising it's customer service. I got my queries answered outside of the qtas network, but that really isn't good enough. Qtas get your act together and lift your game.

by Andrew Nell on Qantas Airlines Customer Service

I personally fly Qantas for long haul almost every year. because I know it is one the most safe airlines in the world.
but I really think their fleet need to be updated. their 744 or A388 are getting old now compare to some other international airlines.

by Zinhan Win on Qantas Airlines Customer Service

Went to Shanghai for the China Import Expo with Qantas, I have flew with more than 15 airlines during the past few years, I would say Qantas's service level would be the number 1.

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