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1. QantasLink to launch Cairns - Port Moresby Flights
QantasLink to launch Cairns - Port Moresby Flights. QantasLink is to launch flights between Cairns and Port Moresby on 1 July 2010, subject to regulatory approval. QantasLink will operate the latest of its new 74-seat Q400 aircraft between Cairns and Port Moresby, offering 12 return flights and 1776 seats each week.
2. QantasLink Starts Rebranding Network Aviationís Fokker F100s
QantasLink has started rebranding its fleet of Network Aviation Fokker F100 aircraft in QantasLink livery. Over the coming months, all Network Aviationís F100 aircraft will be progressively repainted in QantasLink livery.
3. QantasLink Opens Lounge in Coffs Harbour and Names Q400 After the City
QantasLink Opens Lounge in Coffs Harbour and Names Q400 After the City. QantasLink has officially opened the QantasLink Regional Lounge at Coffs Harbour Airport and even named a 74-seat Q400 aircraft after the city. The new lounge will reflect a style similar to Qantas Clubs throughout Australia and will offer our Platinum and Gold Frequent Flyers and Qantas Club members a range of
4. QantasLink Partners Captains Choice
QantasLink Partners Captains Choice. The QantasLink Captainís Choice charters will be operated by a Dash-8 Q200 aircraft. The first of two charters commenced 16 May in Cairns, and will travel through to Horn Island, Cooktown, Normanton, Winton, Longreach, Port Augusta, Broken Hill, Orange, Birdsville, Alice Springs, Uluru, Broome, Kununurra, Darwin and return along the route before
5. QantasLink launches International Service
QantasLink launches International Service. QantasLink has launched its first international service, operating flights from Cairns to Port Moresby. It is the first time Qantas has flown into the Papua New Guinea capital since 2002.
6. QantasLink supports Breast Cancer Foundation with Pink Aircraft
QantasLink supports Breast Cancer Foundation with Pink Aircraft. QantasLink has launched a pink aircraft to mark the commencement of its Diamond Partnership with the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). The Bombardier Q400 aircraft will play an innovative role in spreading the message of prevention and treatment of breast cancer to people in regional Australia.
7. Further Capacity and Workforce Reductions at QantasLink
Further Capacity and Workforce Reductions at QantasLink. In the past few days and weeks, American Airlines, United Airlines, Air New Zealand, Qantas, Continental Airlines and Air Canada have announced significant reductions to their international operations. Now, the Qantas Group has confirmed additional capacity and network changes, focusing on QantasLink's regional operations in
8. QantasLink to Increase Regional NSW Services
QantasLink to Increase Regional NSW Services. QantasLink is to expand its flying schedule to a number of regional NSW ports from March 2010, when the airline takes delivery of its 19th 74-seat Bombardier Q400 aircraft.

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