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Some of you have may have heard talks last year that Qantas had revealed their plans for a non-stop flight connecting the UK to Australia. Well, these plans have now become a reality as the tickets for the first direct London to Perth flights went on sale on Thursday.
Daily flights on Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner aircraft will take off on the new route from 25 March 2018, with return fares starting at £1,495 or London to Perth one way from £1,095.
Qantas said it was the next stage in the evolution of the so-called “kangaroo route”, onboard the more fuel-efficient Dreamliner.
The direct Perth flight will take 17 hours to carry passengers 9,000 miles, which is a gigantic leap from the four days and seven stops it took when Qantas created the route to London in 1947.
Passengers travelling from Melbourne to London will now be able to transfer in Perth, rather than in Dubai, reducing their total travel time by more than an hour.
The flight between Perth and London will be the longest flight on the Qantas network and the longest Dreamliner flight in the world. Being their longest flight, Qantas has focused on greater comfort in its Dreamliner cabins and offer a lower seat count than most of its competitors.
Book your direct London to Perth flights with us today! Give us a call on 01622 238 877 to book your seats on the first ever direct flight to Australia. Seats will sell out fast so call us today to avoid disappointment and be part of this historical Qantas event.