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  • Melbourne – Sydney flights will be considered “international”

    Melbourne – Sydney flights will be considered “international”0

    According to Sydney Airport, all flights arriving from Victoria to Sydney (SYD) will be arrive at the airport’s international terminal “T1” for disembarkation. Essentially they will be treated as an international arrival with similar processing controls.   Due to the recent increases in COVID-19 cases in the greater Melbourne area, the use of the international

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  • QANTAS axes its complimentary Chauffeur Drive service

    QANTAS axes its complimentary Chauffeur Drive service0

    Qantas will no longer be offering its complimentary Chauffeur Drive service on flights between Australia and London. This also applies for customers booked on an eligible flight with a Qantas flight number that is operated by Emirates. Existing Chauffeur Drive bookings made on or before 15 April 2020 for travel through to 30 April 2021,

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  • Lufthansa Group will maintain USA flights despite travel restrictions

    Lufthansa Group will maintain USA flights despite travel restrictions0

    The Lufthansa Group of airlines, Lufthansa, Austrian, Brussels Airlines and Swiss will still maintain USA flights despite the US administration restrictions concerning European Union/Swiss citizens. Flights will continue, albeit at a heavily reduced schedule, from Germany, Austria, Belgium and Switzerland to the USA. LUFTHANSA (LH) Lufthansa will offer flights only from its Frankfurt hub to

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  • QANTAS grounds eight A380s due to COVID 19

    QANTAS grounds eight A380s due to COVID 190

    The Coronavirus COVID-19 is negatively impacting demand for air travel and airlines are taking measures to mitigate and contain the negative effects. QANTAS will temporarily ground eight of its twelve strong A380s until mid-September. The airline has already reduced the number flights and capacity by using smaller aircraft from Australia to Hong Kong and Singapore

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On this day 50 years ago on 11 October 1970 the first Boeing 747-200 takes flight - originally marketed as Boeing 747B. The 747B reference was used by several airlines in their ads/marketing including Qantas. Image: Boeing©️
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#TBT Thai Airways Boeing 747-400 at Sydney Airport. My picture snapped on 17SEP16. .
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2 months ago

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Remembering Ansett Australia and all the fantastic staff who worked there...16 years ago, on 12 September 2001, Ansett Australia and its subsidiary airlines, Hazelton, Kendell, Skywest and Aeropelican were placed under voluntary administration. Two days later Ansett Australia Administrator, Peter Hedge of PriceWaterhouseCooper, announces that all flight operations for the Ansett Australia group would cease. Ansett was a pioneering airline, particularly for onboard service products, which were especially showcased with the introduction of the 747-300 "Spaceship"... it truly was "one of the world's great airlines"...Pictured is the 747-412 reg VH-ANA with special "Sydney 2000" Official Carrier Olympic Games livery - source: R N Smith Collection Images. ...

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