Qantas Commercial Song – No One Travels Like Australians

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“No one travels like Australians and no one takes us to the world like Qantas”, this is the message conveyed in the latest commercial from the Australian airline, aimed at highlighting Australians’ love to travel and the huge numbers of destinations worldwide that you could discover with Qantas and its partners.

Created by Clemenger BBDO, the spot features Australian travelers enjoying a wide range of experiences in countries included in Qantas international network. Thus, some of them are seen surfing in Waikiki (a beachfront neighborhood of Honolulu on the south shore of the island of Oʻahu in the U.S. state of Hawaii), others are seen admiring the amazing landscapes in the Yosemite National Park (in Mariposa County, California, which include waterfalls, a vast wilderness area, grand meadows, deep valleys, ancient giant sequoias, and more), a family are seen enjoying hanami, the thousand-year-old tradition of cherry blossom viewing, in Japan, a couple are seen trying local food at a street seller in Shanghai, another couple are seen enjoying a double-decker ride in London, and others are seen on safari in South Africa. Places from Australia are also featured.

The soundtrack music is a song with original text performed by Australian musician Lisa Mitchell set to the tune of Geoff Mack’s 1959 single “I’ve Been Everywhere”.

Qantas highlights that now you can enjoy more choice than ever before with its extensive connections, including more than 1,000 destinations all around the world. Moreover, with over 50 airline partners and affiliates you could earn or use Qantas Points along the way. As for the Qantas Points, you have many options for using them with both Qantas and Jetstar. You can book your next flight with Classic Flight Reward, take advantage of Points Plus Pay – Flight, or you could use them for a Qantas Classic Upgrade Rewards. Or, on select flights, you could be eligible for Bid Now Upgrades using a combination of points and money.

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