Qantas to launch Dallas, cancels SFO

 Qantas Airways today announced that it will be launching new flights to Dallas, from Sydney, marking one of the most important route launches to the Texas airport in recent times. The new route would operate four times a week. 

 The route starts on 16 May 2011 and will be the world’s third longest nonstop flight, and the longest to be operated by a 747. In return, Qantas’ flights to San Francisco ( SFO ) will be discontinued from 14 May.

 Dallas, DFW, is a hub of American Airlines, Qantas’ alliance partner. The flights are to be operated by a three class Boeing 747-400. However, GE powered Boeing 747-400ERs will be used as and when necessary, stated a source to The Networker. The flight will make a stop at Brisbane in the inbound leg, making the Dallas – Brisbane leg world’s sixth longest nonstop flight.

 Schedules below.
 QF007 SYD 1325 – 1350 DFW Mo, We, Fr, Su
 QF008 DFW 2200 – 0500+2 BNE 0630+2 – 0805+2 SYD Mo, We, Fr, Su

 Additionally, Qantas’ Los Angeles – New York sector ( QF107/8 ) will increase to daily from June 2011,

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