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- 145. Qantas to Operate Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on Hong Kong Flights
Qantas has confirmed that the next destination for its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft will be the vibrant city of Hong Kong. Qantas’ Dreamliner carries 236 passengers across three cabins. It features the latest version of the airline’s Business Suite as well as new Premium Economy and Economy seats with extra storage compartments and more legroom.
- 146. Qantas Suspends A380 Flights
Qantas Suspends A380 Flights After Singapore Incident. QF32, a Qantas A380 aircraft operating from Singapore to Sydney, experienced an engine issue soon after take off on Thursday and returned to Singapore for safety. The aircraft had 440 passengers and 26 crew on board.
- 147. Qantas Trials Inflight Connectivity on A380s
Qantas started testing inflight A380 connectivity, offering passengers travelling between Australia and the United States access to the internet and emails in the sky. The trial has started aboard six Qantas A380s equipped with internet technology for flights between Sydney and Los Angeles and Melbourne and Los Angeles.
- 148. Qantas Renews Deal as Official Airline of The British & Irish Lions
Qantas has renewed its partnership as the Official Airline of The British & Irish Lions for the 2017 Tour to New Zealand. For the second successive tour, Qantas will fly the entire squad, coaching and management team to New Zealand in May 2017.
- 149. Airbus to Upgrade Qantas’ A380 Cabins
Qantas has reached an agreement with Airbus to upgrade its 12 Airbus A380 cabins. Airbus will be responsible for the overall upper-deck integration and will develop specific tailored monuments for Qantas as well as a new business lounge area in the forward upper-deck. The installation phase will start in Q2 2019. All 12 aircraft are planned to be upgraded by around the end of 2020.
- 150. Qantas Launches Faster, Smarter Check-In
The new trans-Tasman Q Card Reader Check-In means Platinum, Gold and Silver Frequent Flyers and Qantas Club members travelling across the Tasman will be able to use their Qantas card to check-in at an internationally configured Q Card Reader, streamlining their international experience.
- 151. Qantas to Increase Hong Kong - Sydney Flights
Qantas is to increase flights between Hong Kong and Sydney, Australia. From 26 October 2015, Qantas will operate an additional four Hong Kong-Sydney services each week, on top of the current daily services available to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
- 152. Qantas makes Major Investment in Domestic New Zealand Market
Qantas makes Major Investment in Domestic New Zealand Market. Qantas has confirmed it is to implement a multi-million dollar investment in its New Zealand domestic product from November 2007. Product enhancements to be introduced over the coming months will be especially targeted to the business traveller.
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