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Qantas plans to launch weekly Brisbane-Broome seasonal service from 11-Jun-2017 to 27-Aug-2017, with the service to operate with Boeing 737-800 aircraft, as per a 04-May-2016
Rockhampton Regional Council stated a Japanese developer proposed developing a new regional airport in Capricorn Coast, Queensland capable of handling corporate jets and charter services
Qantas was awarded (05-May-2017) Australia’s most desirable place to work and top employer in the Randstad Awards. It is also the fourth year in a
Perth Airport’s Forrestfield-Airport Link reported (05-May-2017) works are underway across all four major construction sites in preparation for tunnelling works which are scheduled to commence
Jetstar Group announced (05-May-2017) Jetstar Japan is well placed to capture growth and could ultimately be larger than Jetstar Australia. Jetstar Group CEO Jayne Hrdlicka stated
Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF) urged (05-May-2017) the Australian Federal Government to recognise the importance of Australia’s tourism and transport sectors and support their growth with continued
Air New Zealand opened reservations for codeshare service on Christchurch-Hong Kong route, operated by Cathay Pacific from 01-Dec-2017 (Airline Route, 04-May-2017). Cathay Pacific is the
Fiji‘s tourism development plan has been promoted with the launch of the Fijian Tourism 2021 plan which is designed to address key issues for development of
Fiji Airways plans to upgrade five Boeing 737s to Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft from 2018 (Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, 04-May-2017). Fiji Airways CEO and MD Andre Viljoen