Qantas is considering moving some of its Airbus A380s into long-term storage in the Californian desert ahead of a possible early retirement for the superjumbos. My question is why not send them to Alice Springs. SQ has sent some 380 aircraft for storage and it would seem a lot less expensive until t...Jump to post
BA, Qatar alliance for Australian flights gets the go-ahead
Not sure if many will be over the moon with this?
https://www.executivetraveller.com/news ... nt-venture
Could it be possible that Qantas and Singapore Airlines form a strategic partnership for codeshare/frequent flyers between Singapore/Australia? I know SQ is Star Alliance and QF is One World, but these are new times and I don’t think for survival they really care about what alliance they belong to, ...Jump to post
How about this. Once upon a time, a bloke called Tony Fernandes started a very small LCC in Malaysia with one 733. Now Air Asia is everywhere throughout Asia. Fernandes is personally cashed up to the hilt (rumor is about +- 600 Mill), and has always loved his network in Australia. I bet you a pound ...Jump to post
I’m just wondering with the world’s Airlines grounding aircraft, and taking Qantas as an example, stopping its international network 100% soon. It means that all these Captains, First Officers, Second Offices will not be getting the hours they need. So will airlines now up the Simulator training so ...Jump to post