Before starting nonstop flights from Australia to New York as part of ‘Project Sunrise’ with Airbus A350-1000 aircraft, Qantas will start flights on Sydney-Auckland-New York route. Qantas will return to New York after a 3-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Qantas has announced that it will launch new flights to Johannesburg and Jakarta from Perth. The routes are the latest of eight new international services the airline has announced since Australia’s international borders re-opened in November 2021.
Qantas has begun rolling out “next generation” airport kiosks. The Sydney-based airline says that this will make the airport experience faster and easier for passengers travelling on domestic flights.
Qantas has announced that it will launch a new route to Albury in New South Wales and also increase flights on Brisbane-Albury route.
Qantas has today confirmed its Airbus order for A350-1000, A321XLR and A220-300 aircraft as it was expected. The order marks the transition from an “all-Boeing airline” to a mixed “Airbus-Boeing” airline with Airbus becoming the leader in this.
Qantas is expected to announce ‘Project Sunrise’ flights tomorrow and also is expected to finalise Airbus A350-1000 aircraft order soon.
The Qantas Group has announced new flights to Bengaluru, India and Seoul, South Korea.
Qantas has announced that it will launch nonstop flights between Melbourne and Dallas, complementing its existing flights between Sydney and Dallas.
Qantas and Jetstar have announced the resumption of flights to New Zealand from next month. The announcement comes after New Zealand confirmed that it will welcome all Australian travellers from 13th April 2022.
Scott Morrison, the Prime Minister of Australia, yesterday announced that it will reopen borders to fully vaccinated international travellers later this month.