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ROUTES Mar 03, 2024 Turkish Airlines Launches Melbourne Flights via Singapore Turkish Airlines has expanded its portfolio of operations in Australia with the launch of a new service to Melbourne on Saturday. Read More →
NEWS Mar 01, 2024 QantasLink Launches Inaugural Airbus A220 Service From Melbourne to Canberra A new era has begun for QantasLink, the regional arm of Australian flag carrier Qantas. The airline has officially deployed its brand-new Airbus A220 into service, replacing the venerable Boeing 717. Read More →
ROUTES Feb 24, 2024 Delta Air Lines Expands South Pacific Presence With New Los Angeles-Brisbane Route Delta Air Lines is expanding its presence in the South Pacific region with an upcoming service to Australia's third-largest city, Brisbane. Delta will inaugurate seasonal service from its Los Angeles (LAX) hub to Brisbane (BNE) from December 6, 2024 to March 28, 2025. The route will utilize the Airbus A350-900, one of Delta's newest and most modern widebody aircraft. Read More →
ROUTES Feb 02, 2024 American Airlines Announces Three New Destinations From Dallas/Fort Worth, Including Brisbane American Airlines has announced three new international routes from its largest hub: Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). The airline will now serve destinations in Australia, Brazil, and Mexico that are especially popular during peak travel periods. The new nonstop routes will connect passengers in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex to Brisbane (BNE), Rio de Janeiro (GIG), and Veracruz (VER). American will also reinstate a previously existing service between DFW and Kona, Hawaii (KOA). Read More →
NEWS Jan 01, 2024 Passengers Restrained on American Airlines and Qantas Flights After Dramatic Outbursts At approximately the same time, two unrelated incidents involved disciplinary actions against unruly passengers. The first incident occurred on an American Airlines flight on December 30, while the second occurred on a Qantas flight the following day. Cases involving unruly passengers have been rising since the pandemic, with these incidents increasing by 47% from 2021 to 2022. Read More →
NEWS Nov 28, 2023 Qantas' Airbus A220 Livery Features a Story Through Aboriginal Art Qantas has revealed its inaugural Airbus A220 aircraft, featuring a captivating Aboriginal-inspired livery. Set to join QantasLink, its regional subsidiary, the aircraft was showcased at an Airbus facility ahead of its anticipated arrival in Australia. This aircraft showcases the Aboriginal artwork of senior Pitjantjatjara artist Maringka Baker, narrating the 'dreaming story of two sisters who traverse remote Australia together, covering vast distances to find their way home,' as outlined in a statement from the airline. Read More →
NEWS Sep 23, 2023 Delta Air Lines Announces International Flight Schedule for Summer 2024 Passengers interested in visiting Europe next summer will have even more options next year. Delta Air Lines announced its transatlantic flight schedule for the upcoming high season for travel. Passengers can fly on Delta to popular travel destinations in Italy, Ireland, Switzerland, and other European countries. Read More →
NEWS Sep 20, 2023 United Airlines Becomes Third Airline with Fake Engine Parts United Airlines has become the latest airline to have sketchy engine parts in its aircraft. On September 18, Bloomberg reported that UK-based supplier AOG Technics provided fake engine parts to the airline. United is not the only carrier with this issue: Virgin Australia and Southwest Airlines also received counterfeit parts from AOG Technics. Read More →
NEWS Aug 23, 2023 Qantas Adds 250,000 International Seats, Orders New Boeing 787-10s On August 21, Qantas announced plans to increase its international capacity ahead of a reported order for an unspecified number of additional Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft. Read More →
NEWS Aug 13, 2023 Qatar Operates 'Ghost Flights' to Adelaide Through Regulatory Loophole Qatar Airways is operating near-empty 'ghost flights' between Adelaide and Melbourne in order to get around some particular government regulations set by the Australian Government. Read More →