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QANTAS B767-300ER VH-OGQ Positioning Flight.

September 21, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 767-338ER VH-OGQ positioned Sydney – Melbourne this morning as QF6125.

QANTAS B737-800 VH-VYK Returns from Mount Isa.

September 21, 2012

Following yesterday’s technical issue, QANTAS Boeing 737-838 VH-VYK departed Mount Isa this morning as QF1081 Mount Isa – Brisbane. The aircraft then positioned Brisbane – Sydney as QF6115.

21/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 21, 2012

The following QANTAS flights did not operate today:

QF519 Brisbane – Sydney
QF545 Brisbane – Sydney
QF729 Ayers Rock – Sydney
QF910 Perth – Karratha
QF911 Karratha – Perth
QF2052 Devonport – Melbourne
QF2416 Brisbane – Emerald
QF2417 Emerald – Brisbane
QF2427 Brisbane – Newcastle
QF2448 Brisbane – Moranbah
QF2449 Moranbah – Brisbane.

QANTAS B747-400 VH-OJM QF64 Perth Diversion.

September 20, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 747-438 VH-OJM operating QF64 Johannesburg – Sydney (depart Johannesburg 19th September) diverted via Perth this afternoon due to an issue regarding animals being transported in the hold.

QANTAS B737-800 VH-VYK Mount Isa Technical Issue.

September 20, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 737-838 VH-VYK operated QF1078 Brisbane – Mount Isa this afternoon however the return QF1079 was cancelled indicating a technical issue with the aircraft.

20/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 20, 2012

The following QANTAS flights did not operate today:

QF466 Melbourne – Sydney
QF495 Sydney – Melbourne
QF1079 Mount Isa – Brisbane
QF2452 Brisbane – Moranbah
QF2453 Moranbah – Brisbane.

QANTAS B767-300ER VH-OGN Positioning Flight.

September 19, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 767-338ER VH-OGN positioned Perth – Melbourne this afternoon following the earlier cancellation of QF762.

QANTAS B747-400ER VH-OEE Positioning Flight.

September 19, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 747-438ER VH-OEE positioned Sydney –Brisbane this morning as QF6013 before operating QF51 Brisbane – Singapore.

19/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 19, 2012

The following QANTAS flights did not operate today:

QF427 Sydney – Melbourne
QF439 Sydney – Melbourne
QF444 Melbourne – Sydney
QF445 Sydney – Melbourne
QF449 Sydney – Melbourne
QF454 Melbourne – Sydney
QF468 Melbourne – Sydney
QF470 Melbourne – Sydney
QF471 Sydney – Melbourne
QF732 Adelaide – Sydney
QF762 Perth – Melbourne
QF898 Perth – Karratha
QF899 Karratha – Perth.

QANTAS A380 VH-OQG QF94 Sydney Diversion.

September 18, 2012

Airbus A380 VH-OQG operating QF94 Los Angeles –Melbourne (depart Los Angeles 16th September) diverted via Sydney for fuel this morning due to potential long hold times at Melbourne.

18/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 18, 2012

The following QANTAS flights did not operate today:

QF406 Melbourne – Sydney
QF419 Sydney – Melbourne
QF463 Sydney – Melbourne
QF490 Melbourne – Sydney
QF670 Adelaide – Melbourne
QF685 Melbourne – Adelaide
QF1464 Canberra – Sydney
QF1475 Sydney – Canberra
QF1476 Canberra – Sydney
QF2403 Emerald – Brisbane
QF2408 Brisbane – Emerald
QF2452 Brisbane – Moranbah
QF2453 Moranbah – Brisbane
QF2460 Brisbane – Moranbah
QF2461 Moranbah – Brisbane.

QANTAS A330-300 VH-QPD QF650 Adelaide Medical Diversion.

September 17, 2012

QANTAS Airbus A330-300 VH-QPD operating QF650 Perth –Brisbane diverted via Adelaide this morning due to a medical emergency on board.

Withdrawn QANTAS B737-400 VH-TJH Prepares to Leave Australia.

September 17, 2012

Withdrawn QANTAS Boeing 737-476 VH-TJH positioned Melbourne – Sydney this morning as QF6027. It will continue tomorrow to the USA.

17/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 17, 2012

The following QANTAS flights did not operate today:

QF413 Sydney – Melbourne
QF428 Melbourne – Sydney
QF441 Sydney – Melbourne
QF451 Sydney – Melbourne
QF454 Melbourne – Sydney
QF1422 Canberra – Sydney
QF1495 Sydney – Canberra
QF2132 Melbourne – Canberra
QF2133 Canberra – Melbourne.

QANTAS B737-400 VH-TJE Positioning Flight.

September 16, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 747-476 VH-TJE, which has been out of service at Adelaide since 13th September, positioned Adelaide – Melbourne this afternoon as QF6117.

QANTAS B747-400 VH-OJI QF15 Honolulu Medical Diversion.

September 16, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 747-438 VH-OJI operating QF15 Brisbane –Los Angeles diverted via Honolulu today. The diversion appears to have been medical.

16/03/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 16, 2012

The following QANTAS flights did not operate today:

QF490 Melbourne – Sydney
QF2307 Rockhampton – Brisbane
QF2429 Learmonth – Perth.

QANTAS A380 Manila Reconfiguration Swap.

September 14, 2012

QANTAS Airbus A380 VH-OQK operated its last service in 14F/72J/32W/332Y configuration today as QF127 Sydney – Hong Kong. The aircraft then positioned Hong Kong – Manila as QF6015 where it will be reconfigured to 14F/64J/35W/371Y.

Meanwhile sister VH-OQF, which has been at Manila since 18th August, positioned Manila – Hong Kong as QF6026 then operated its first service in 14F/64J/35W/371Y configuration as QF128 Hong Kong – Sydney.

QANTAS B767-300ER VH-ZXC Positioning Flight.

September 14, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 767-336ER VH-ZXC positioned Sydney –Brisbane this morning as QF6115.

14/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 14, 2012

The following QANTAS flights did not operate today:

QF445 Sydney – Melbourne
QF462 Melbourne – Sydney
QF471 Sydney – Melbourne
QF526 Sydney – Brisbane
QF527 Brisbane – Sydney
QF732 Adelaide – Sydney
QF1461 Sydney – Canberra
QF1462 Canberra – Sydney
QF1464 Canberra – Sydney
QF2132 Melbourne – Canberra
QF2133 Canberra – Sydney
QF2260 Sydney – Lord Howe Island
QF2261 Lord Howe Island – Sydney
QF2552 Brisbane – Roma
QF2553 Roma – Brisbane.

QANTAS B747-400ER VH-OEE Positioning Flight.

September 13, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 747-438ER VH-OEE positioned Brisbane –Sydney this morning as QF6014 after arrival into Brisbane as QF52 from Singapore.

QANTAS B737-800 VH-VXJ Positioning Flight.

September 13, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 737-838 VH-VXJ positioned Brisbane –Sydney this evening as QF6134.

QANTAS B737-800 VH-VXA Positioning Flight.

September 13, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 737-838 VH-VXA positioned Adelaide –Melbourne this afternoon as QF6124.

13/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 13, 2012

The following QANTAS flights did not operate today:

QF413 Sydney – Melbourne
QF417 Sydney – Melbourne
QF469 Sydney – Melbourne
QF471 Sydney – Melbourne
QF490 Melbourne – Sydney
QF559 Brisbane – Sydney
QF1427 Sydney – Canberra
QF1428 Canberra – Sydney.

QANTAS A330-300 VH-QPB Operates Honolulu Extra and Charter.

September 12, 2012

Airbus A330-300 VH-QPB operated an additional Sydney – Honolulu service this evening as QF83 in order to position to Honolulu to operate a Honolulu – Auckland – Sydney charter as QF6036. This is the return leg of the outbound charter operated by sister VH-QPE on September 9th.

No More First Class to Johannesburg.

September 12, 2012

QANTAS today announced that First Class will be dropped from the QF63/QF64 Sydney –Johannesburg service from 1st October with the introduction of A380 style 58J/36W/270Y configuration Boeing 747-400s on the route.

12/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 12, 2012

The following QANTAS and QANTASLink flights did not operate today:

QF428 Melbourne – Sydney
QF451 Sydney – Melbourne
QF461 Sydney – Melbourne
QF470 Melbourne – Sydney
QF471 Sydney – Melbourne
QF490 Melbourne – Sydney Read more »

QANTAS B747-400 VH-OJI Positioning Flight.

September 12, 2012

Boeing 747-438 VH-OJI positioned Sydney –Brisbane as QF6013 this morning prior to operating QF51 Brisbane – Singapore.

QANTAS B747-400 VH-OJU Positions to London Stansted.

September 11, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 747-438 VH-OJU positioned Frankfurt –London Stansted this morning as QF6005 in order to pick up the Australian Paralympic Team. The aircraft then operated London Stansted – Bangkok – Sydney in the evening as QF6058.

11/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 11, 2012

The following QANTAS and QANTASLink flights did not operate today:

QF50 Auckland – Sydney
QF417 Sydney – Melbourne
QF438 Melbourne – Sydney
QF446 Melbourne – Sydney
QF449 Sydney – Melbourne
QF451 Sydney – Melbourne
QF463 Sydney – Melbourne
QF518 Sydney – Brisbane
QF732 Adelaide – Sydney
QF1835 Paraburdoo – Perth
QF1836 Perth – Paraburdoo
QF2266 Port Lincoln – Adelaide
QF2267 Adelaide – Port Lincoln
QF2421 Brisbane – Newcastle
QF2422 Newcastle – Brisbane
QF2458 Brisbane – Moranbah
QF2459 Moranbah – Brisbane
QF2480 Cairns – Weipa
QF2481 Weipa – Cairns.

QANTAS B747-400ER VH-OEI Positioning Flight.

September 10, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 747-438ER VH-OEI positioned Brisbane –Sydney this morning as QF6014 after arrival as QF52 from Singapore.

QANTAS B737-400 VH-TJH Withdrawn.

September 10, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 737-476 VH-TJH operated its final QANTAS passenger service this morning as QF463 Sydney –Melbourne. This brings the Boeing 737-400 fleet down to 11 members.

QANTAS Melbourne Weather Diversions.

September 10, 2012

The following QANTAS flights diverted via Adelaide this morning due to weather at Melbourne:

QF10 London Heathrow – Singapore – Melbourne (depart London 8th  September) operated by A380 VH-OQB.

QF30 Hong Kong – Melbourne (depart Hong Kong 9th September) operated by Airbus A330-300 VH-QPJ.

10/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 10, 2012

The following QANTAS and QANTASLink flights did not operate today:

QF49 Sydney – Auckland
QF410 Melbourne – Sydney
QF413 Sydney – Melbourne
QF442 Melbourne – Sydney
QF451 Sydney – Melbourne
QF452 Melbourne – Sydney
QF471 Sydney – Melbourne
QF2286 Launceston – Melbourne
QF2289 Melbourne – Launceston.

QANTAS B737-800 VH-VXA Positioning Flight.

September 9, 2012

QANTAS  Boeing 737-838 VH-VXA positioned Adelaide –Sydney this evening following the cancellation of QF736.

QANTAS A330-300 VH-QPE Operates Hawaii Charter.

September 9, 2012

QANTAS Airbus A330-300 VH-QPE operated a Sydney – Auckland – Honolulu charter this afternoon as QF6032. The aircraft will then operate an additional Honolulu – Sydney service as QF84.

09/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 9, 2012

The following QANTAS and QANTASLink flights did not operate today:

QF490 Melbourne – Sydney
QF521 Brisbane – Sydney
QF736 Adelaide – Sydney
QF2132 Melbourne – Canberra
QF2133 Canberra – Melbourne.

QANTAS B737-800 VH-VXE Positioning Flight.

September 8, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 737-838 VH-VXE positioned Melbourne – Brisbane this afternoon as QF6136 following the cancellation of QF620.

QANTAS B737-800 VH-VZS Positioning Flight.

September 8, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 737-838 VH-VZS positioned Melbourne – Sydney this morning as QF6116 prior to operating the QF790/QF791 Sydney – Alice Springs rotation.

08/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 8, 2012

The following QANTAS and QANTASLink flights did not operate today:

QF620 Melbourne – Brisbane
QF2066 Adelaide – Melbourne
QF2069 Melbourne – Adelaide
QF2286 Launceston – Melbourne
QF2289 Melbourne – Launceston.

07/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 7, 2012

The following QANTAS and QANTASLink flights did not operate today:

QF406 Melbourne – Sydney
QF407 Sydney – Melbourne
QF436 Melbourne – Sydney
QF439 Sydney – Melbourne
QF448 Melbourne – Sydney
QF451 Sydney – Melbourne
QF455 Sydney – Melbourne
QF456 Melbourne – Sydney
QF457 Sydney – Melbourne
QF466 Melbourne – Sydney
QF470 Melbourne – Sydney
QF471 Sydney – Melbourne
QF489 Sydney – Melbourne
QF490 Melbourne – Sydney
QF526 Sydney – Brisbane
QF542 Sydney – Brisbane
QF553 Brisbane – Sydney
QF617 Brisbane – Melbourne
QF856 Melbourne – Canberra
QF878 Canberra – Sydney
QF1427 Sydney – Canberra
QF1482 Canberra – Sydney
QF1483 Sydney – Canberra
QF1484 Canberra – Sydney
QF2048 Sydney – Dubbo
QF2058 Devonport – Melbourne
QF2061 Melbourne – Devonport
QF2309 Cairns – Townsville
QF2310 Townsville – Cairns.

QANTAS B737-800 VH-VXF Positioning Flight.

September 6, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 737-838 VH-VXF positioned Port Hedland – Perth this evening as QF6124 this evening following the cancellation of QF1113.

QANTAS A380 VH-OQL in Sydney Photoshoot.

September 6, 2012

QANTAS Airbus A380 VH-OQL, which arrived into Sydney yesterday as QF2 from London Heathrow and Singapore was used today alongside Emirates A380 A6-EDE to publicise the new alliance. The aircraft then operated QF1 Sydney – Singapore – London Heathrow.

QANTAS and Emirates Services Analysis.

September 6, 2012

The QANTAS/Emirates agreement announced this morning allows us to get a better idea of the QANTAS International schedule from March 31st 2013.

The current QF1/2 and QF9/10 Sydney – Singapore – London Heathrow and Melbourne –Singapore – London Heathrow service will switch to operate via Dubai instead of Singapore. This will leave no QANTAS service between Singapore and London Heathrow. Additionally the QF5/6 Sydney – Singapore – Frankfurt service will be withdrawn.

QANTAS will codeshare on all Emirates European flights. This will mean an end to the current Singapore – Paris CDG codeshare on Air France and the Hong Kong – Rome Fiumicino codeshare on Cathay Pacific,

QANTAS will also codeshare on all Emirates services from Australia – Dubai and from Dubai – North Africa.

As with Singapore, QANTAS will be able to sell Dubai – London Heathrow and vice versa tickets. However the real benefit will be the Emirates codeshare on the QANTAS operated Dubai – London Heathrow legs. With any two leg flight the airline is better off selling A-B and B-C tickets rather than A-C tickets. The problem is matching the demand on the A-B and B-C legs of the journey. The beauty of the new arrangement is that Emirates will soon go to 5 x A380s daily on the Dubai – London Heathrow route and would operate more if it could secure the slots at Heathrow.

QANTAS will see a decrease in the number of passengers flying Sydney – London Heathrow because there are no so many one stop connections available at Dubai through to Europe. However for every QANTAS passenger leaving the A380 at Dubai, Emirates will be able to closely match with a passenger connecting from its Middle East, Far East, North African and Indian networks to occupy a seat on the QANTAS operated Dubai – London Heathrow sector.

The agreement means that for passengers originating in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth it will no longer be possible to fly to London on a QANTAS aircraft unless transiting through Sydney or Melbourne.

With all Emirates services from Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth to Dubai on which QANTAS will codeshare currently operated by Boeing 777-300ER aircraft this means 3-4-3 seating for Economy passengers and 2-3-2 lie-flat (sloped) seating for Business Class passengers for the longest leg of the journey to Europe. Notwithstanding Emirates superior IFE, both of these would be considered inferior to the current A330 2-4-2 Economy and 2-2-2 Business Class lie-flat product that was previously used on the shorter leg of the journey. First Class will become available once again from Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth however.

The official statement continued:

“With European services transiting through Dubai, Qantas’ Asian services will no longer be a subsidiary of the ‘Kangaroo Route’. Instead they will be dedicated to connecting Australians with our region, and Asian visitors to Australia.

“We will increase dedicated capacity to Singapore and re-time flights to Singapore and Hong Kong to enable more ‘same day’ connections across Asia. We believe this will significantly improve the economics of our Asian operations.”

These would appear to be weasel words. It does not matter to the current Australia – Asia passenger that their flight continues through to Europe. It has also never been disclosed by QANTAS what percentage of seats on the current QF1/2, QF5/QF6 and QF9/10 services are dedicated to Australia – UK and Australia – Asia /Asia – UK passengers. Therefore the airline can replace the current 1 x A380 and 1 x B744 on the Sydney – Singapore route with 1 x A332 and still claim an increase in available Australia – Asia seats.

The switch of the QF1/2, QF9/10 services from Singapore to Dubai does not create any extra aircraft availability.

With the Boeing 747-400 fleet to be reduced to 9 aircraft the QF5/QF6 Sydney – Singapore – Frankfurt service was always going to be canned since there would not be enough aircraft to operate it; the nine remaining B747-400s being fully utilised (2 x QF107/108 Sydney – Los Angeles – New York JFK, 2 x QF15/QF16 Brisbane – Los Angeles, 2 x QF7/QF8 Sydney – Dallas-Fort Worth, 2 x Sydney – Johannesburg and 1 x Sydney – Santiago). Therefore unless any of these services are withdrawn all Australia – Asia flying will have to be accommodated by the existing fleet of 4 x A330-200s and 10 x A330-300s. A380s may remain on certain Sydney – Hong Kong sectors but overall this means the withdrawal of First and Premium Economy on QANTAS operated Australia – Asia routes.

Emirates currently operate Sydney – Bangkok, Brisbane – Singapore, Melbourne – Singapore and Melbourne – Kuala Lumpur and QANTAS will codeshare on these services, and will thus be able to claim an increase in available seats.

QANTAS and Emirates Codeshare Partnership Official.

September 6, 2012

The full press statement of the QANTAS/Emirates partnership announced this morning reads as follows:

Qantas and Emirates today announced a new global aviation partnership that will give their customers a seamless Australian and international network, exclusive frequent flyer benefits and world-class travel experiences.

Under the agreement signed this morning by Emirates President Tim Clark and Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce, Qantas will move its hub for European flights to Dubai and enter an extensive commercial relationship with Emirates.

The 10-year partnership will go beyond codesharing and includes integrated network collaboration with coordinated pricing, sales and scheduling as well as a benefit-sharing model. Neither airline will take equity in the other.

Qantas will launch daily A380 services from both Sydney and Melbourne to London via Dubai, meaning that together Emirates and Qantas will offer 98 weekly services between Australia and Dubai. Qantas will be the only other airline operating to Terminal 3 and the new purpose-built A380 concourse at Dubai International Airport.

The partnership will give Qantas customers one-stop access to more than 70 Emirates destinations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. For Emirates customers it will open up Qantas’ Australian domestic network of more than 50 destinations and 5,000 flights per week. The carriers will also coordinate on their services between Australia and New Zealand and services between Australia and South East Asia.

The Emirates and Qantas frequent flyer programs will be aligned, giving customers expanded opportunities to earn and redeem points. Emirates and Qantas will provide reciprocal access to tier status benefits including end-to-end customer recognition, lounge access, priority check-in and boarding and other exclusive services.

Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce said the partnership would deliver unprecedented benefits to Qantas customers and mark a decisive step forward in the Group’s strategy.

“Emirates is the ideal partner for Qantas,” Mr Joyce said. “It has a wonderful brand, a modern fleet, an uncompromising approach to quality and it flies to the A-list of international destinations.

“This is the most significant partnership the Qantas Group has ever formed with another airline, moving past the traditional alliance model to a new level. It will deliver benefits to all parts of the Group.

“As the world’s largest international airline, with a network that perfectly complements our own, Emirates will help us give our customers across Australia a dramatically expanded range of travel options.

“Together with Emirates, Qantas will provide a unique ‘one stop’ hub service, as well as deeply integrated frequent flyer and customer benefits.

“The partnership delivers on all four pillars of the Qantas Group’s international strategy: it will see us fly to the global gateway city of Dubai, provide some of the world’s best travel experiences through both Qantas and Emirates, improve our network in Asia, and, crucially, help build a strong Qantas International business for the long term.

“There will be considerable benefits for the broader economy as we collaborate with industry to drive more inbound trade and tourism.

All stated characteristics of the partnership are subject to regulatory approval.

“I very much look forward to working with Tim and everyone at Emirates as we develop this exciting, transformative partnership.”

“The time was right to develop a long-term partnership with Qantas, the iconic Australian airline,” said Tim Clark, President of Emirates.

“Since our first flights began in 1996, Australia has long been a popular destination for Emirates leisure and business travellers, making it one of the top three destinations in our network.

“By establishing this partnership we are providing our passengers with additional connectivity in Australia and the region, the ability to utilise reciprocal frequent flyer benefits and access to premium lounges and travel experiences.”

The airlines will submit an application for interim authorisation to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) in order to begin commercial planning. Subject to regulatory approval, it is anticipated that the partnership will commence in April 2013.

Broader Qantas network changes: Qantas will restructure its Asian network to strengthen its focus on services to and within the region.

“We currently have an Asian flying schedule based on travelling via Asia to Europe,” Mr Joyce said. “But our Australian business customers want better access to Asia, and we have been looking to address this for some time.”

“With European services transiting through Dubai, Qantas’ Asian services will no longer be a subsidiary of the ‘Kangaroo Route’. Instead they will be dedicated to connecting Australians with our region, and Asian visitors to Australia.

“We will increase dedicated capacity to Singapore and re-time flights to Singapore and Hong Kong to enable more ‘same day’ connections across Asia. We believe this will significantly improve the economics of our Asian operations.”

Qantas will also withdraw from the Singapore-Frankfurt route. While this service has been underperforming for some time, and withdrawal was inevitable, the partnership with Emirates will enable it to take place with minimal impact on Qantas customers.

06/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 6, 2012

The following QANTAS flights did not operate today:

QF29 Melbourne – Hong Kong
QF451 Sydney – Melbourne
QF455 Sydney – Melbourne
QF466 Melbourne – Sydney
QF471 Sydney – Melbourne
QF490 Melbourne – Sydney
QF1113 Port Hedland – Perth.

QANTAS B737-400 VH-TJE Positioning Flight.

September 5, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 737-476 VH-TJE positioned Adelaide – Melbourne late this evening as QF6113.

QANTAS B747-400ER VH-OEJ Positioning Flight.

September 5, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 747-438ER VH-OEJ positioned Sydney – Brisbane this morning as QF6013 prior to operating QF51 Brisbane – Singapore.

05/09/12 QANTAS Flight Cancellations.

September 5, 2012

The following QANTAS and QANTASLink flights did not operate today:

QF30 Hong Kong – Melbourne
QF441 Sydney – Melbourne
QF442 Melbourne – Sydney
QF449 Sydney – Melbourne
QF454 Melbourne – Sydney
QF461 Sydney – Melbourne
QF462 Melbourne – Sydney
QF471 Sydney – Melbourne
QF511 Brisbane – Sydney
QF518 Sydney – Brisbane
QF519 Brisbane – Sydney
QF524 Sydney – Brisbane
QF642 Perth – Sydney
QF732 Adelaide – Sydney
QF1084 Perth – Newman
QF1085 Newman – Perth
QF1467 Sydney – Canberra
QF1468 Canberra – Sydney
QF1812 Perth – Port Hedland
QF1813 Port Hedland – Perth
QF2273 Adelaide – Port Lincoln
QF2274 Port Lincoln – Adelaide
QF2447 Townsville – Cairns
QF2462 Brisbane – Moranbah
QF2463 Moranbah – Brisbane.

QANTAS B737-800 VH-XZA Enters Service.

September 4, 2012

QANTAS Boeing 737-838 VH-XZA entered service today operating QF604 Melbourne – Brisbane. The aircraft carries a livery with numerous names along the fuselage from the online “You’re The Reason We Fly” promotion.




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