Aviation

Qantas to add additional flights on APAC network

Qantas has made adjustments to parts of its Aisa Pacific network to meet an increase in demand.

From December 2018 the airline will operate additional Airbus A330 services on the Sydney-Singapore and Sydney-Jakarta routes.

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.

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

The airline will also increase its Sydney-Noumea service from three to four times weekly from 12 December using its Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The additional service will operate on Wednesdays.

You can buy the additional flights from early next week.

Here’s what the revised schedule will look like:

Route Flight No. Aircraft Type Departure Time Arrival Time Days of Week Effective Date
Sydney – Singapore QF83 A330 1530 2045 Mon*, Fri*, Sun* 14 Dec 18
Singapore – Sydney QF84 A330 2210 0915(+1) Mon*, Fri*, Sun* 14 Dec 18
Sydney – Jakarta QF41 A330 1350 1730 Mon, Wed, Thu*, Fri, Sat, Sun 13 Dec 18
Jakarta – Sydney QF42 A330 1900 0615(+1) Mon, Wed, Thu*, Fri, Sat, Sun 13 Dec 18
Sydney – Noumea QF91 B737-800 0845 1140 Mon, Wed*, Sat, Sun 12 Dec 18
Noumea – Sydney QF92 B737-800 1240 1550 Mon, Wed*, Sat, Sun 12 Dec 18


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