We all want to travel around the world, but the most of us get turned off by the number of stopovers taken by flights. Especially when travelling from London to Australia. But with Qantas, it is now possible to fly from London to Australia non-stop.
Yes, so say Sayonara to stopovers because with the maiden Qantas QF9, you can conquer the trailblazing 14,498km journey in just 17 hours. Around 200 passengers experienced the first ever direct connection between Australia and United Kingdom with the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, making it the longest aeroplane route in the world along with cutting down all those pesky time-wasting stopovers.
Qantas has always connected Australia through United Kingdom with regular flights from London for more than seven decades. The special route called the ‘Kangaroo route’ has been coined only to refer to the airline`s signature livery that also had an array of stops which the aircraft had to hip between on the long journey.
It is a game changing route that will provide a direct link to Europe in shortest duration. The first flight took four days and nine stops when the airlines had created the Kangaroo Route to London in 1947. But with the new route it will only take 17 hours from Perth, non-stop.
For those who have to travel frequently and book flights from London to Australia can now cover more distance in less time. Also non-stop flights from Qantas will provide much needed boost to Western Australia`s travel industry. British visitors have typically arrived in Sydney or Melbourne but couldn’t make the five-hour journey across the Nullarbor coast to the West coast.
Now Brits can easily find their way to the Land Down Under and can spend some time in WA before moving towards east. Qantas is also offering a free stopover in Perth to those who are travelling from London to Melbourne. This is a breakthrough for the travelers who often bogged down by long duration of travelling. Now you can book flights from London to Sydney to travel Australia in just 17 hours through Qantas. To book flights, visit flightsnfare.co.uk, now!