Flying Over Antarctica on a Commercial Qantas Flight

QF63 from Sydney to Johannesburg is a daytime flight that, if you’re lucky enough, flies far enough south for a glimpse of the icebergs.

Antarctic icebergs, as seen on board a Qantas flight. Photo by Author.
This map shows the flight path of Qantas flight QF28 from Santiago to Sydney on a flight in July 2016. Photo by Author.
Views of Antarctica on board a Qantas Boeing 747. Photo by Author.
Passengers on QF63 take turns enjoying the view out the windows. Photo by Author.



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