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“It was a tough choice”: Qantas reveals preferred aircraft as part of BIG Project Sunrise update

Will it be Boeing or Airbus sending Alan Joyce an oversized Christmas hamper this year? All is revealed here.

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Qantas kicks off centenary celebrations as second Project Sunrise flight lands

by Christian Fleetwood

“Hip, hip, hooray!” was the resounding shout from Qantas crew after the airline’s Project Sunrise flight arrived in Sydney. “Pass the champers” was the second call, Travel Weekly understands.

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Qantas prepares for historic nonstop London-to-Sydney research flight

by Christian Fleetwood

Qantas is getting ready to make history yet again when it flies the second stage of Project Sunrise.

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Qantas’ first non-stop New York to Sydney flight smashes record

Qantas staff were no doubt cracking out the champagne over the weekend and singing Sinatra’s “New York, New York” in light of this announcement.

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Qantas finds most passengers aren’t tackling jet lag the best way

Think you know how to beat jet leg effectively? Well, don’t be so sure, suggests this new Qantas research.

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Joyce says Qantas will cut capacity on Hong Kong flights due to ongoing protests

by Christian Fleetwood

Qantas’ bookings to Hong Kong are down 10 per cent amid the ongoing pro-democracy protests, forcing the airline to cull capacity.

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Qantas announces big Project Sunrise news, as full-year profit falls

by Huntley Mitchell

Qantas has cleverly masked its full-year profit drop with a bit of positive news about Project Sunrise.

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Sydney to London flights just got one step closer

Aircraft manufacturers are coming up with some creative ways to make the 20-hour slog more bearable. Personally, we’re praying for nap pods.

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Does this major Aussie airline wants us to travel in the cargo hold?

Turns out chucking travellers in the cargo hold could be on the cards for long-haul flights. Give us enough free wine and we’ll travel strapped to the wings if need be.

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