Articles Tagged ‘Qantas’
Qantas launched a daily Gold Coast-Auckland service on 19 April 2021 as trans-Tasman travel recommenced. It is Qantas’ first international service from Gold Coast Airport, and will deliver 63,000 seats annually and represent a regional economic impact of $50 million.
QantasLink launched a new five times weekly service between Adelaide and Mount Gambier on 28 March, capturing anna.aero’s prestigious Cake of the Week prize for a spectacular effort featuring Adelaide’s famous vineyards and Mount Gambier’s stunning Blue Lake. The route is operated by the airline’s 50-seat Q300 turboprop aircraft.
Qantas launched a direct service between Newcastle Airport and Melbourne on 15 March 2021 – flying direct on the route for the first time in more than a decade. 12 return flights per week are being operated with a 717.
Rex will have 58 flights each way using B737-800s in its first week, a huge number for new entrant in core markets. We look at what’s happening and why.
QantasLink took off from Canberra to Cairns on 21 November, a market of 34,000 indirect passengers in the year to August 2019.
With multiple airlines retiring Boeing 747-400s, we look at the type’s top operators and routes globally this decade. Which are in and which aren’t?
Brisbane has welcomed its new runway, which is crucial for future growth. In recent years, its international seats have grown significantly. Where’s next?
While there are enormous challenges and few ‘golden opportunities’, ultra-long-haul may have an increased role post-COVID-19. Linus Benjamin Bauer looks at why.
If social distancing is enforced, Redwater Consulting Group shows that available seats on a Qantas B737-800 would reduce by 33% while the breakeven fare will jump by 52%.
As Austrian Airlines to end Dash-8-400 operations, we look at its remaining operators and routes, including one airline that reintroduced it this year.
Today, 21 April, Virgin Australia entered voluntary administration. With its domestic network core for its EBIT, we look at its network and prospects.
KLM and Qantas both ended 747 passenger operations on 29 March, having started in the same year. We look their 747 routes and capacity development.