Qantas adds more flights to Asia-Pacific routes


Qantas is making adjustments to parts of its Asia-Pacific network.

From December 2018, Qantas will operate additional Airbus A330 services on the Sydney-Singapore and Sydney-Jakarta routes to meet the increase in demand.

From 14 December, a third Sydney-Singapore service (QF83/84) will be added on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays.^ This brings the total Sydney-Singapore services to 17 per week, up from 14 previously.

From 13 December, the Sydney-Jakarta services (QF41/42) will increase from five to six weekly, with the additional service operating on Thursdays.^

In addition, Qantas will increase its Sydney-Noumea service from three to four times weekly from 12 December 2018, using its Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The additional service will operate on Wednesdays.^

These additional services will be available for sale progressively from early next week on or through travel agents.

The revised schedules are as follows:


  1. The US government has granted final approval to Qantas and American Airlines’ joint-venture partnership that could offer passengers an array of benefits, including new routes, more destinations.


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