|Hubs||Chubu Tokoname International Airport|
|Frequent flyer program||RedFlyerer|
|Member lounge||Sasuke Lounge|
|Destinations|| 182 excl. sub
229 incl. sub.
|Company slogan||Fly away|
|Parent company||Ikerfly Group|
|Headquarters||27 Airport City, Chubu Tokoname International Airport,Kolowi,Naradi|
|Key people||Otre Laogi(CEO)|
Ikerifly(Stylelized as ikeriFly)(Sinoese:飛亞洲)(SEHK:8089 ,NSX:FLYA or 6769, SSE:6001134,TSE: )is an airline based in CTI Airport on the Airport City campus. Nicknamed "The Pheonix", the airline is based in Naradi, with its main hub at Naradi Airport. It is Naradi's largest airline, the third oldest continuously operated airline in the world and the third oldest in the world overall.The airline has 155 destinations on all six continents.
Coperate affairs and Headquaters
Ikerifly has several susidiaries such as
- Eurasia Southern Airlines, wholly owned by Ikerifly
- iSky Cargo, Ikerifly's cargo airline, wholly owned by Ikerifly
- Taiwan International Air Lines, an airline in Taiwan, wholly owned by ikerifly
Main Aritcle:Ikerifly Destinations
Ikerifly flies to 155 international destinations on over 50 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania excluding the destinations served by its subsidiaries. In the entire Ikerifly group it serves 229 destinations and Ikerifly alone serves 182 destinations.
- Antarctic flights
Ikerifly operates flightseeing charters to Antarctica on behalf of Croydon Travel. It first flew Antarctic flightseeing trips in 1977."Antarctic Aviation Overview – COMNAP". Comnap.aq. Retrieved 8 July 2011.. They were suspended for a number of years due to the crash of Air New Zealand Flight 901 on Mt Erebus in 1979. Qantas restarted the flights in 1994.Template:Cite news Although these flights do not touch down, they require specific polar operations and crew training due to factors like sector whiteout which contributed to the Air New Zealand disaster.
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Qantas has several in-flight entertainment systems installed on its aircraft. Across the fleet, the in-flight experience is referred to as "On:Q". Apart from the QantasLink-operated Boeing 717s and Dash 8s, which do not have either audio or video entertainment options, every Qantas aircraft has some form of video audio entertainment.
iQ entertainment system on the A330"iQ" is featured in all classes of the Airbus A380, as well as newer Airbus A330-200s. It will be implemented on new Boeing 737-800s, and Boeing 787s when they enter service. This audio video on demand (AVOD) experience is based on the Panasonic Avionics system and features expanded entertainment options, touch screens, new communications related features such as Wi-Fi and mobile phone functionality, as well as increased support for electronics (such as USB and iPod connectivity).
Total Entertainment System
The "Total Entertainment System" by Rockwell Collins is featured on all Boeing 747–400, Airbus A330-300 and international-configuration Airbus A330-200 aircraft. This AVOD system includes personal LCD screens in all classes, located in the seat back for economy and business class, and in the armrest for premium economy and first class.
The other entertainment system is the Mainscreen System, where video screens are the only available form of video entertainment; movies are shown on the screens for lengthier flights, or TV programmes on shorter flights. A news telecast will usually feature at the start of the flight. Audio options are less varied than on iQ or the Total Entertainment System.
The Mainscreen System is installed on all Boeing 737-400s, domestic configured Boeing 737-800s (delivered before 2011) as well the economy and most business class sections on Boeing 767s. International-configured Boeing 767 aircraft have Mainscreen throughout the cabin however also offer a 10-channel looped personal video system in Business Class.
Nine's Qantas Inflight News
The Australian Nine Network provides a news bulletin for Qantas entitled Nine's Qantas Inflight News. This news bulletin includes all the latest news, sport, finance and weather details presented by Amber Higlett. The bulletin is the same broadcast as Nine's Early Morning News.
The Qantas in-flight magazine is entitled The Australian Way. The magazine, along with a travel blog featuring entries from Qantas ambassadors and the ability for frequent flyers to post comments.
In-flight internet connectivity
Boeing's cancellation of the Connexion by Boeing system caused concerns that in-flight internet would not be available on next-generation aircraft such as Qantas' fleet of Airbus A380s and Boeing 787s. However, Qantas announced in July 2007 that all service classes in its fleet of A380s would have wireless internet access as well as seat-back access to e-mail and cached web browsing. Certain elements would also be retrofitted into existing Boeing 747-400s. The in-flight entertainment system indicates that Internet access is provided by OnAir.
In-flight mobile phone trial
In April 2007, Qantas announced a trial for use of mobile telephones with AeroMobile, during domestic services for three months on a Boeing 767. During the trial, passengers were allowed to send and receive text messages and emails, but were not able to make or receive calls.
First classQantas First Class suite on the A380First class is offered only on the Boeing 747–400 and Airbus A380.
On the Boeing 747–400, first class is in the form of flat bed sleeping pods with 79 in seat pitch with each seat being 22 in wide. It folds flat to form a 6 ft 6 in (198 cm) fully flat bed. Other features include a 26 cm (10 in) touch screen monitor with 400 AVOD programs and personal 110 V AC power outlets in every seat. Qantas offers 14 seats on all the 747-400s equipped with first class.
On the Airbus A380, Qantas offers 14 individual suites, with 83.5 in seat pitch (extending to a 212 cm fully flat bed) and a width of 29 in. Each suite has a 43 cm (17 in) wide screen HD monitor with 1000 AVOD programs. In addition to the 110 V AC power outlets offered on the 747-400, USB ports are also offered for connectivity. Passengers are also able to make use of the on-board business lounge on the upper deck.
Complimentary access to either the first class or business class lounges (or affiliated lounges) is offered.
Business class is offered on all Qantas mainline passenger aircraft. Qantas long-haul Business Class SkyBed seats. International Business Class is available on the Boeing 747, International Airbus A330-200s, the A330-300 and the Airbus A380. On the Boeing 747, seating is in a 2-3-2 configuration on the main deck and a 2–2 configuration on the upper deck. The A330 features a 2-2-2 configuration. The lie-flat Skybeds feature 60 in of seat pitch and 21.5 in width. 747s and A330s features a 26 cm (10 in) touch screen monitor with 400 AVOD programs. Qantas' new international business class product is featured on the Airbus A380. It features 72 fully flat Skybed seats with 80 in seat pitch (converting to a 200 cm long bed). These seats are located on the upper-deck in a 2-2-2 configuration in 2 separate cabins. features include a 30 cm touch screen monitor with 1000 AVOD programs and an on-board lounge. On the internationally configured Boeing 767, seating is in a 1-2-2 configuration, which include a 13 cm monitor with 10 channels of video and 12 channels of audio.
Complimentary access to the Qantas business class lounge (or affiliated lounges) is also offered.
Premium Luxury classPremium economy class is only available on Airbus A380 and certain Boeing 747–400 aircraft. It has a seat pitch of 38 in on the Boeing 747 & it ranges between 38–42 in on the Airbus A380, with a width of 19.5 in. On the Boeing 747, it is configured in a 2-4-2 seating arrangement around the middle of the main deck, whilst it is in a 2-3-2 at the rear of the upper deck on the A380. All A380's have 32 seats.
Qantas premium economy is presented as a lighter business class product rather than most other airlines' premium economy, often presented as a higher economy class.
Economy cabin is available on all Qantas mainline passenger aircraft.
Seat pitch is usually 31 inches (790 mm) and seat width ranges from 17 to 17.5 inches (440 mm). Layouts are 3–3 on the 737, 2-3-2 on the 767, 2-4-2 on the A330 and 3-4-3 on the 747. On the A380, the layout is 3-4-3 and there are 4 self-service snack bars located in between cabins.