On 3 July 2020, the Federal Government committed an additional $241.9m to extend the support of the International Freight Assistance Mechanism (IFAM) for Australian producers seeking to export their premium goods into key global markets. The additional funding will help to rebuild global supply chains and ensure prime export industries can plan with confidence as the extra support offers more certainty for freight capacity on key international routes for the remainder of 2020.
Qantas Freight is operating A330-300 freight-only charter flights to and from Auckland, Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo until 24 July 2020 and has been supporting IFAM since the scheme was introduced in May.
Updated schedules are listed below and operate in addition to our regular scheduled freighter flights.
Freight forwarders and exporters can request space for high-value perishable goods through the selected IFAM agents. Non-IFAM agents can also request space for eligible agricultural and fisheries produce on any Qantas services at qantasfreight.com and we will confirm your booking, subject to available space, approximately 48 hours before scheduled departure. Please note that priority will be given to premium seafood, meat, dairy and horticultural produce.