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National Jet Systems (NJS) seat maps

National Jet Systems was originally founded in 1989 and operated for Australian Airlines. The airline was later acquired by Cobham Aviation and finally in 2020 the airline was bought by Qantas. It currently operates a fleet of Boeing B717 aircraft under the Qantaslink name. The airline maintains several hubs in: Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane and Hobart.

The founders of seatmaps.com have created and assembled an exhaustive database of seatmaps of all the aircrafts that National Jet Systems operates. Click on the links below to see our entire array of seatmaps.

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Check in rules

Check-in is usually the first procedure for a passenger when arriving at an airport, as airline regulations require passengers to check in by certain times prior to the departure of a flight. You can also use digital boarding passes if you check in online.

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Baggage

There is normally a maximum weight limit of 50 pounds (23kg) per checked bag as well as a size restriction. The most common maximum size bag allowed is 62 linear (total) inches (160cm). A common size bag for checking through is: 27" x 21" x 14"(68 x 54 x 35 cm).

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Unaccompanied minors

Children 5 to 14 years old must travel as unaccompanied minors when not traveling with a person at least 15 years old. Children 15 and older may request and pay for the unaccompanied minor service. Unaccompanied minors are accepted only on direct flights that do not require a change of aircraft or flight number.

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Infants

If your infant is at least two days old, most airlines should be happy for them to fly. However, some airlines will insist that your baby is at least two weeks old. There are no standard regulations, so it is your best interest to confirm with the airline prior to the booking process.

Pets

As long as your pet can stand up and turn around in an FAA-approved pet carrier, that fits under the seat in front of you, your fuzzy buddy can travel with you. In some cases, pet and carrier must weigh a combined 20 pounds so, please, confirm with your specific airline.