The Australian carrier comes up with “Scenic Flights to Somewhere” in another bid to control losses and keep passengers and crew flying. Qantas builds on the previous success of its “Flights to Nowhere”, except now it has an overnight stop for its takers. At first,...
The airline has had as bad a time as everyone else in the last few months, but is looking at the future. Preferably with an all-Boeing fleet. That’s if they go ahead with a new order for Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, to replace their inherited A320 family of jets....
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