The confirmation of the order for twelve Airbus A350-1000s concludes the first planning phase of Qantas for its ultra-long-haul Project Sunrise. The next is the introduction of the type in 2025 and launching the nineteen to twenty-hour flights. So what is the aircraft...
Qantas is to confirm its long-expected order for the Airbus A350-1000 as part of its Project Sunrise project on May 2. The airline will also finalize the in-principle agreement for the A220 and A321XLR it announced in December. Qantas has scheduled a press event early...
The road to recovery has some way to go, but the situation around Covid seems to be stabilizing to offer Qantas the chance to recover strongly in the next few months. Domestic capacity should be back to 90-100 percent before the summer, and international capacity to...
Qantas could introduce ultra-long-haul flights under its delayed Project Sunrise program as soon as 2024, according to Alan Joyce, chief executive at Qantas. “We still want to revisit it at the end of 2021, with the potential of doing it in 2024, probably, and...
So Qantas has made up its mind: it has selected the Airbus A350-1000 as the preferred aircraft to operate the ultra-long services from ‘Down Under’ to the US and Europe over Boeing’s offering, the 777X. What has made the difference? Of course, we don’t have access to...
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