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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

  • QANTAS changes its passenger disruption policies

    QANTAS changes its passenger disruption policies0

    Effective 09 March 2020, QANTAS will change the way it handles the assistance it gives to passengers in times of disruption. The new policy for its “Customer Disruption Management Standards” will apply when flight disruptions have occurred as a direct result of weather or Air Traffic Control (ATC) incidents.  When a disruption has occurred due

  • British regional airline FlyBe ceases operations

    British regional airline FlyBe ceases operations0

    British regional airline FlyBe (IATA code BE) has collapsed ceasing all operations. FlyBe is Europe’s largest regional airline. All flights have been cancelled and the carrier’s 2,300 staff now face an uncertain future. Exeter based FlyBe, which connects smaller UK airports has been financially struggling for quite some time and in January this year the

  • QANTAS to use 787 Dreamliner on Vancouver flights

    QANTAS to use 787 Dreamliner on Vancouver flights0

    Qantas’ seasonal services to Vancouver (YVR) will be operated by the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft for the Northern Hemisphere winter. The carrier also confirmed the seasonal service will be extended by one month based on demand and popularity of the flights for the ski season. The Dreamliner flights will operate thrice weekly 12 December 2020