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  • QANTAS selects Airbus for its Sunrise flights
    QANTAS selects Airbus for its Sunrise flights

    QANTAS has today announced that Airbus has been selected as the preferred aircraft manufacturer for its proposed ultra long-haul flights “Sunrise” flights. The airline has selected the Airbus A350-1000 series aircraft over the yet to fly competing Boeing 777X. QANTAS however has not yet committed to placing an actual order for the A350-1000 as this

  • Final QANTAS 747 scheduled services for Los Angeles, Brisbane and Hong Kong
    Final QANTAS 747 scheduled services for Los Angeles, Brisbane and Hong Kong

    After over 34 years of non-stop trans-Pacific 747 services, QANTAS operated its last regularly scheduled 747 flight to Los Angeles on 28 November 2018. The last flight, flying as QF55 from Brisbane to Los Angeles, was operated by aircraft registration VH-OJS, a Boeing 747-438 named ‘Hamilton Island, delivered new to the airline on 30 September

  • Australia places restrictions on Indonesia’s Lion Air
    Australia places restrictions on Indonesia’s Lion Air

    The crash involving Indonesia’s Lion Air on 29 October 2018, has led the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) issuing a statement which involves travel restrictions. Flight JT610, a regularly scheduled domestic service from Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta Airport to Pangkalpinang, operated by newly delivered Boeing 737-8 MAX, crashed into the Java sea approximately