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Qantas’ First Boeing 717 Retires

After operating for two decades, Qantas Airways’ first Boeing 717 with registration VH-NXI will bid farewell to the airline in June. The aircraft operated Jetstar’s maiden flight between Melbourne and Launceston on the airline’s launch day in 2004. It has…

Qantas to Wet Lease Two Finnair A330 Aircraft to Bolster…

Recently, Qantas announced that it is boosting its international capacity for the coming season, partly with the help of oneworld alliance member Finnair. The press release stated that Qantas plans to wet lease two of Finnair’s A330 aircraft. The exciting…

Qantas Reveals Project Sunrise A350 Premium Cabins

Qantas has unveiled the premium cabins that will be installed on their new Airbus A350-1000 aircraft. These jets are slated to enter service in 2025 and will be used on the airline’s ultra long-haul Project Sunrise flights. The Australian flag…

Qantas Experiences Five Mishaps in One Week

Australian flag carrier Qantas has found itself back in the spotlight after a week that included five significant mishaps. The airline, which was recently titled the world's safest airline, experienced a series of technical and mechanical issues that included an…

IndiGo Works to Globalize Before Introduction of A321XLR

India’s largest airline, IndiGo has received the go-ahead from the aviation watchdog of India, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to wet lease two Boeing 777-300ERs from Turkish Airlines for a period of six months, with the option to…