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ANZ and Virgin Australia Announce Joint Network Plans

 Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia, which late last year received approval for a trans-Tasman joint network, has announced that the joint operations will commence from Winter 2011 ( effective 30th October ).  The two airlines will be connecting each others domestic points with ANZ operating 70% of the trans-Tasman flights and Virgin Australia ( […]

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Qantas to end SFO service earlier

Qantas will be ending its San Francisco services a week earlier than planned, on 7th of May. The service was previously planned to end on 14th May. The airline presently flies on the Sydney – SFO route four times a week on board Boeing 747-400 aircraft. The airline will be launching services to Dallas on […]

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Virgin Blue A330 Routes

Virgin Blue Airlines has uploaded its planned A330-200 routes to the GDS VH-XFA, the first A330-200 for Virgin Blue Sydney – Perth Service begins 26 May DJ553 SYD 0800 – 1115 PER Daily Perth – Sydney DJ560 PER 1300 – 1900 SYD Daily From 6 June, the flights increase to twice daily with new flights […]

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Qantas Group to Reallocate Capacity and Retire Planes

 In response to the rising fuel prices and drop of demand due to natural disasters, the Qantas group has decided to reallocate some of its capacity and retire some of its aircraft earlier than planned.  With the newly announced plan, the airline will be reducing Qantas and Jetstar’s second half domestic capacity growth from 14% […]

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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 […]

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