Qantas will offer services to three Scandinavian cities from 1 July, through a new codeshare agreement with its alliance partner British Airways.
Under the agreement, Qantas will offer services on British Airways flights between London and Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen.
The services, which are on sale from today, connect with Qantas flights to London. Details are:
* Double-daily return services between London and Oslo, Norway
* Daily return services between London and Stockholm, Sweden
* Daily services from London to Copenhagen, Denmark, six of which are return services
Qantas Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Geoff Dixon, said the move was a reflection of the strength of the relationship between Qantas and British Airways.
“Together, we offer 38 direct services a week between Australia and the United Kingdom, with a wide range of codesharing options for people travelling in both directions, including services via Singapore, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur, and to a range of other cities in the UK and Europe,” Mr Dixon added.
“The UK and Europe have long been important markets for Qantas. We are pleased to extend still further the airline’s reach to offer our customers services to Scandinavia,” he said.