Qantas has pegged Paris, Rome and Berlin as the next non-stop routes for the airline's Boeing 787 network.
The flights would all fly via Perth, leveraging the WA capital's role as a new international hub for Qantas following the launch of non-stop flights between Perth and London.
This would also maximise investment in converting part of Qantas' domestic Perth terminals to support international services, including dedicated customs and immigration along with an all-new Qantas Perth International Lounge.
Qantas will reveal more details on its Perth domestic-international transit experience in May.
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce tells The West Australian that flights from Perth to Berlin, Rome and Paris are on the airline's radar.
Those flights will rely on the second wave of Boeing 787s due from mid-2018 to mid-2019, as the airline's first four Dreamliners – which will arrive between mid-October 2017 and late February 2018 – will be dedicated to the Melbourne-Los Angeles and Perth-London routes.