Qantas Airways makes its seasonal service between Sydney and Osaka a regular one with year round service. Qantas’ year round services between Sydney and Osaka will begin on 14 December 2017. The direct flights will operate three times every week on Qantas’ upgraded two-class Airbus A330 aircraft. This will be the first and the only direct flight between Sydney and Osaka.
The service adds to the airlines popular Sydney-Tokyo (Haneda), Brisbane-Tokyo (Narita) and Melbourne-Tokyo (Narita) services. The new route also compliments Jetstar’s Cairns-Osaka service. Now travelers will have even more options when travelling between Australia and Japan with Jetstar’s flights from Cairns and the Gold Coast to Tokyo (Narita) being operational. Qantas Group has most of its international flights to Asian destinations owing to the popularity.
The Qantas Group operates the largest Australia-Japan flight network, the largest domestic network in Australia, and the largest low-cost domestic network across Japan, through Jetstar Japan.
Here’s the flight schedule between Sydney and Osaka:About Qantas Airways:
Qantas Airways is the flag carrier of Australia which commenced its operations in 1921. Qantas is Australia’s largest domestic and international airline; it has an association with oneworld airline alliance. Qantas Group provides safety and reliable air transportation service to its passengers with its two brands Qantas and Jetstar.