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Freighter Charter

Qantas Freight operates a fleet of 11 freighter aircraft, including Boeing 747-400F, Boeing 767-300F and Boeing 737-300CF and British Aerospace 146. The aircraft operate a mix of scheduled and charter services to supplement capacity to key import and export destinations in Australia and around the world.

International Freighter Schedules

Qantas Freighter Schedule Northern Summer 2015 - effective from 29 March to 24 October 2015
Qantas Freighter network, northern summer schedule 2015 - effective from 29 March 2015

Qantas Freighter Schedule Northern Winter 2014/15 - effective 02 November 2014 to 27 March 2015
Qantas Freighter network, northern winter schedule 2014/15 - effective from 02 November 2014

Charters and Special Events

All Qantas freighter aircraft are available for charter services. Charter movements typically consist of large volumes of single commodities or special event shipments, such as livestock, stage equipment and artworks. Special event movements can be carried on single or multiple aircraft.

Qantas Freight's current freighter schedule includes: five weekly services from Australia into China; six weekly services between Australia and New Zealand; five weekly services from China to the United States; five direct weekly services from the US into Australia; weekly services from Hong Kong and twice weekly from Shanghai into Australia.

During the 2012/13 financial year, we operated international freighter services to 22 destinations around the world.

For further information regarding charters or special events contact your local Qantas freight sales office or our highly experienced freighter team.

Phone: +61 2 9691 1101 or +61 2 9691 1123

Boeing 747-400F

Qantas Freight operates a fleet of three B747-400F freighters.

Our modern fleet of B747-400F aircraft offer main-deck capacity and side and nose loading, making them ideal for transporting over-sized shipments.

The B747-400F network covers the key import/export ports of Auckland, Bangkok, Chicago, Hong Kong, Melbourne, New York, Los Angeles, Shanghai and Sydney.

Boeing 767-300F

Operated by Qantas subsidiary Express Freighters Australia, this B767-300F aircraft is the first freighter to wear dedicated Qantas Freight colours.

This service operates on the trans-Tasman route (replacing an existing 767-200F) with a maximum uplift weight of 57,000 kg.

Boeing 737-300

Domestically Qantas Freight operates a fleet of four B737-300 converted freighter aircraft. These aircraft supplement belly space capacity across the domestic Australian network.

These aircraft are operated by Express Freighters Australia, Qantas Freight's wholly-owned subsidiary freighter management company. Express Freighters Australia provides the aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance services (known as a wet lease) and has its own Air Operators Certificate.