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Qantas has been carrying freight since its inaugural service in 1922 and uplifting international airmail since the airline's first overseas flight in 1935.

Today, the Qantas Group's freight assests are controlled by the wholly owned subsidiary Qantas Freight Enterprises. With strategic investments in a number of logistic businesses in Australia and across the world, Qantas Freight Enterprises comprises of three main arms:

Domestic Qantas Freight: Most recently acquiring Australian air Express, Qantas Freight now offers a comprehensive range of domestic products and services from hubs across Australia.

International Qantas Freight: Delivering goods to markets around the world including linehaul, freight and cargo terminal operations.

International Express: Qantas Freight's investments in DPEX across 18 countries in Asia.

With access to freight capacity on Australian Qantas, QantasLink and Jetstar domestic aircraft, Qantas and Jetstar Group international aircraft and in addition to a fleet of freighter aircraft:

  • Boeing 747-400F (110,000kg capacity)
  • Boeing 767-300F (56,000kg capacity)
  • Boeing 737-300F (17,340kg capacity)
  • BAE 146-300F (10,300kg capacity)
  • BAE 146-100F (7,000kg capacity)
  • SAAB (3,600kg capacity)

Qantas Freight provides an extensive network of operations throughout Australia, the Pacific, Asia, Europe, South Africa and the Americas.

Australia Domestic

Qantas Freight provides dedicated freighter services within Australia and access to the belly-space on more than 750 daily Qantas, QantasLink and Jetstar domestic flights.

Utilising the B737-300F, BAE 146-300F, BAE 146-100F and SAAB freighter aircraft, key freighter routes operate between Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Canberra, Hobart, Launceston, Mackay, Melbourne, Perth, Rockhampton, Sydney and Townsville.

As a vital link to gateway ports across Australia, Qantas Freight offers the largest and most flexible linehaul network in Australia. It has an extensive Australian cargo terminal network with direct ramp access in most cities and the ability to provide end-to-end network monitoring as part of our service offering.


Qantas Freight markets the freight capacity of all international Qantas and Jetstar Group aircraft including the fleet of B747-400F and B767-300F freighter aircraft.

Utilising the B747-400F and B767-300F freighter aircraft, key freighter routes operate between Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, China and the Americas.

Accessing the capacity of over 1400 weekly international and freighter services, Qantas Freight transports goods to destinations in over 40 countries worldwide and is further complemented with interline agreements and trucking fleet throughout Australia, Europe and the US.