Qantas Freight to Add Dallas to Network

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Monday, 3 August 2009

Qantas Freight is to add a fourth US city Dallas, Texas to its freighter network from 6 August 2009, providing air freight services between the southern US city, China and Australia.

Qantas Freights US network also includes Chicago, New York and Los Angeles.

With our recently launched AustraliaNew Zealand B767 freighter operation and the addition of services to Dallas we offer our customers more services to where they need them, said Qantas Freight Executive Manager, Mr Stephen Cleary. Dallas-Fort Worth and Sydney are the right airports and city pairs on which to base a viable long term operation Dallas-Fort Worth for its large, highly accessible regional catchment and Sydney for its convenient through connections to other Australian ports, New Zealand and the South Pacific.

If approved, the new service will operate between Shanghai and Chicago as QF7581 and then as QF7550 originating in Chicago each Thursday and operating via Dallas direct to Sydney, arriving early Friday afternoon.

All sectors will be operated by Qantas Freights fleet of modern Boeing 747-400 freighter aircraft.

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