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QF9 PER-LHR will have 4 flight crew 2 Captains, 1 First Officer and 1 Second Officer. The flight will be commanded by Qantas Chief 787 Pilot Lisa Norman

https://thewest.com.au/news/qantas/qant ... b88782241z


How does the shift pattern work does anyone know?
 
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VH-OQK has operated the last MEL-DXB-LHR flight

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Silk air to operate charter service SIN-BME 2 weekly, 22 May - 2 June

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Lounge access rules for new T3 business lounge at PER

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VH-OQK has operated the last MEL-DXB-LHR flight

https://twitter.com/a380fanclub/status/ ... 24258?s=21


With the two flights leaving London on 24th QF2 & 10 . Do they operate via Dubia or Singapore ?

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VH-OQK has operated the last MEL-DXB-LHR flight

https://twitter.com/a380fanclub/status/ ... 24258?s=21


With the two flights leaving London on 24th QF2 & 10 . Do they operate via Dubia or Singapore ?

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Today's flights from LHR go through DXB, as of tomorrow they will be via SIN
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In news rather minor relative to the big MEL-PER-LHR item, today marks the final HBA-AVV service by JQ.
 
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In news rather minor relative to the big MEL-PER-LHR item, today marks the final HBA-AVV service by JQ.


Shame QF hasnt started a HBA-PER to get you guys one stop to London.
 
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First A388 to be repainted, VH-OQF on the way to DXB

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Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:46 am

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QF9 PER-LHR will have 4 flight crew 2 Captains, 1 First Officer and 1 Second Officer. The flight will be commanded by Qantas Chief 787 Pilot Lisa Norman

https://thewest.com.au/news/qantas/qant ... b88782241z


How does the shift pattern work does anyone know?


No expert but I think the way it works for long-haul flights with four pilots is that the main duty crew (who do the takeoff and landing) will do the first and last four hours and the relief crew will do the eight hours in the middle. That's normally how it works IIRC.
 
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International flights on the T4 departures board

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In news rather minor relative to the big MEL-PER-LHR item, today marks the final HBA-AVV service by JQ.


Shame QF hasnt started a HBA-PER to get you guys one stop to London.


I would love a PER HBA service.
 
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QF9 has just departed MEL bound for PER for the first time. Congrats QF!
 
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International flights on the T4 departures board

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Hmmmmmm :scratchchin: Do I go to Kalgoorlie or London ?
 
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QF9 has just departed MEL bound for PER for the first time. Congrats QF!


I will track her tonight ex Perth, but not the whole 17 hours !!

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Here is the planned route for QF9, 8032nm long, 203nm longer than GC route, planned flight time of 17hrs and 7 minutes

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VH-OQA is currenly on its way between SYD-DXB. This is the final QF1 through Dubai. On Sunday night (LHR) OQA will fly the first QF2 through Singapore.

VH-OQK is currently over the English Channel at the end of the final QF9 through Dubai. Tonight (LHR) OQK will operate the last QF2 through Dubai. This will be the last QF scheduled pax flight through Dubai.
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Sat Mar 24, 2018 2:41 pm

Alan Joyce has told reporters in PER earlier today that PER-LHR was already returning economic dividends

Mr Joyce revealed demand for the historic route was already returning economic dividends to his airline, a rarity for freshly introduced flights.
“In our forward bookings already we can see that 60 per cent of the traffic on this service is going from London to Perth with only 40 per cent connecting onwards to the rest of the network,” he said.
“Of the traffic that is coming here to Perth, 15 per cent is staying for three days or more already and that is before we really get in to promoting the service.”


https://thewest.com.au/news/travel/pert ... b88784940z
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Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:06 pm

The following article to refers to QF studying weather patterns for PER-LHR for the past decade, incredible the amount of work QF have put into this

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... ondon.html
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Sun Mar 25, 2018 3:11 am

VH-OQI is operating the first QF35 MEL-SIN A388 service today
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Sun Mar 25, 2018 4:28 am

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waoz1 wrote:
TasFlyer wrote:
In news rather minor relative to the big MEL-PER-LHR item, today marks the final HBA-AVV service by JQ.


Shame QF hasnt started a HBA-PER to get you guys one stop to London.


I would love a PER HBA service.


In a local newspaper paywalled article today, http://www.themercury.com.au/news/opinion/hobart-international-airports-big-plans-are-still-waiting-to-take-off/news-story/794bd7c719d8dd9bf8065b162e733b29, Tourism Tasmania CEO, Luke Martin, states:

"Direct flights to Perth will be important, connecting with Qantas’ direct flights to London. At the moment the numbers don’t stack up, but they probably will in three to four years."


But, in three to four year's time one will be able to fly on QF from HBA-SYD-LHR, or HBA-MEL-LHR, which makes the HBA-PER-LHR justification appear weak.
 
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Alan Joyce has told reporters in PER earlier today that PER-LHR was already returning economic dividends

Mr Joyce revealed demand for the historic route was already returning economic dividends to his airline, a rarity for freshly introduced flights.
“In our forward bookings already we can see that 60 per cent of the traffic on this service is going from London to Perth with only 40 per cent connecting onwards to the rest of the network,” he said.
“Of the traffic that is coming here to Perth, 15 per cent is staying for three days or more already and that is before we really get in to promoting the service.”


https://thewest.com.au/news/travel/pert ... b88784940z


QF continues the PR campaign..

At the end of the day, QF now operates less seats into LHR than it did a few days ago, which in reality points to some consolidation with this service.

As for not really getting into promoting the service, all this media coverage (both paid for and some free) had to be getting a return or someone would be failing badly. There has been a lot of time, money and effort going into promoting the service, along with the 789.

Congrats on opening up such a service though. Certainly a significant achievement.
 
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Sun Mar 25, 2018 7:20 am

Changi Airport seems glad to QF back on SYD-SIN-LHR

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Sun Mar 25, 2018 7:46 am

VH-OQH is doing the honours for the resumption of SYD-SIN-LHR

https://twitter.com/a380fanclub/status/ ... 1659567104
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Sun Mar 25, 2018 9:42 am

Was SYD closed this afternoon? There are significant inbound delays on pretty much all flights, and both QF452 and QF454 diverted to CBR.

EDIT: Additionally, JQ602 AVV-SYD diverted to NTL and QF843 DRW-SYD also diverted to CBR.
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Was SYD closed this afternoon? There are significant inbound delays on pretty much all flights, and both QF452 and QF454 diverted to CBR.


There was a storm band that came through late this afternoon with 90km/h wind gusts predicted. I don't think it was as bad as that but perhaps it was responsible.


Cheers, I figured it must be weather but it must have been quite serious over the airport given how many diversions there have been.

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Sun Mar 25, 2018 10:07 am

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Was SYD closed this afternoon? There are significant inbound delays on pretty much all flights, and both QF452 and QF454 diverted to CBR.


There was a storm band that came through late this afternoon with 90km/h wind gusts predicted. I don't think it was as bad as that but perhaps it was responsible.
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Sun Mar 25, 2018 10:31 am

Yeah it didnt feel like there were strong winds (im in South Sydney) but there was a fair bit of lightning, thunder and rain. Precautionary measures would have been taken.
 
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QF2 DXB-SYD is cancelled today due to a lighting strike
 
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QF2 DXB-SYD is cancelled today due to a lighting strike


Also the very last commercial QF flight out of DXB. Of course they had to make it special!
 
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QF2 DXB-SYD is cancelled today due to a lighting strike


Also the very last commercial QF flight out of DXB. Of course they had to make it special!



Oh well one last chance for the QF bashers to say how badly they got treated and stuck away from home. Even though it was an act of the magical sky fairy

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redroo wrote:
waoz1 wrote:

Shame QF hasnt started a HBA-PER to get you guys one stop to London.


I would love a PER HBA service.


In a local newspaper paywalled article today, http://www.themercury.com.au/news/opinion/hobart-international-airports-big-plans-are-still-waiting-to-take-off/news-story/794bd7c719d8dd9bf8065b162e733b29, Tourism Tasmania CEO, Luke Martin, states:

"Direct flights to Perth will be important, connecting with Qantas’ direct flights to London. At the moment the numbers don’t stack up, but they probably will in three to four years."


But, in three to four year's time one will be able to fly on QF from HBA-SYD-LHR, or HBA-MEL-LHR, which makes the HBA-PER-LHR justification appear weak.


If you REALLY wanted to do one stop HBA-LHR, 29 July would be the day to pick ;) would be an overnight stop in PER though as you’d miss the connection to LHR
 
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Sun Mar 25, 2018 3:39 pm

ZND on departure from LHR

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ImageVH-ZND QANTAS 787-9 by john smitherman-http://canaviaaviationphotography., on Flickr[/quote]
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Does anyone know if the weekly QF18 LAX-SYD has been terminated? I can no longer find it on qantas.com
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Does anyone know if the weekly QF18 LAX-SYD has been terminated? I can no longer find it on qantas.com


It only operated during Dec/Jan during peak period
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QF9 has just departed MEL bound for PER for the first time. Congrats QF!


I will track her tonight ex Perth, but not the whole 17 hours !!

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Arrived seven hours ago ( ref: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-43530332).

Surprised a.net isn't making more of this...

Everyone interviewed is happy, but of course it's a small sample size of a bunch of people who just paid a premium to experience the flight...
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QF9 has just departed MEL bound for PER for the first time. Congrats QF!


I will track her tonight ex Perth, but not the whole 17 hours !!

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Arrived seven hours ago ( ref: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-43530332).

Surprised a.net isn't making more of this...

Everyone interviewed is happy, but of course it's a small sample size of a bunch of people who just paid a premium to experience the flight...

Did you miss the thread that’s now running to 10 pages?

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1389307
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I checked It out myself last weekend, it’s a bit difficult to describe but here goes you have gates 16/17 where it will remain domestic along with gate 17a.


Unless things have changed since the VA days at T3, gate 17A leads to the same corridors as the 21-25 gates. So, these gates could still be used, just is a longer walk for passengers (about the same as the arrivals walk for the same gates). It was used when they wanted to board two flights at the same time.
 
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Yesterday was the last PR flight BNE-DRW-MNL, with Thursday marking the start of 3x weekly A340 BNE-MNL nonstop service. This means DRW has now lost Air Asia, Malaysian and Philippines in the last year leaving only DPS, SIN and DIL remaining as international destinations.
 
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Does anyone know will the 2x QantasLink A320s operate any scheduled pax services? Or 100% FIFO/Charter work?
 
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Did you miss the thread that’s now running to 10 pages?

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1389307

:eyepopping:

I guess the title was too well chosen! :biggrin:

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QF2 DXB-SYD is cancelled today due to a lighting strike


Also the very last commercial QF flight out of DXB. Of course they had to make it special!

QF Source indicated that it's OQA operating the final QF1 SYD-DXB-LHR that got stuck in DXB. OQK operating QF2 LHR-DXB did a turnaround at DXB to operate QF1 to LHR and thus the cancelled QF2 DXB-SYD.

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Each flight of QF's new LHR schedule in the same frame.

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In somewhat gloomier news (and missed in the (justified) excitement surrounding QF9/10), EK has dropped all trans-tasman A380 services. Sad to see them go - and happy I got a chance to fly it twice (once in the A340-500).
 
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In somewhat gloomier news (and missed in the (justified) excitement surrounding QF9/10), EK has dropped all trans-tasman A380 services. Sad to see them go - and happy I got a chance to fly it twice (once in the A340-500).


Apart from SYD-CHC
 
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In somewhat gloomier news (and missed in the (justified) excitement surrounding QF9/10), EK has dropped all trans-tasman A380 services. Sad to see them go - and happy I got a chance to fly it twice (once in the A340-500).


Apart from SYD-CHC

Is that going to be an A380 or a B77W?

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Mon Mar 26, 2018 1:46 am

From 7 Perth

Mini interview onboard with AJ
Looking at Perth to Paris, and either Berlin or Frankfurt.

https://thewest.com.au/news/qantas/pert ... b88784373z

Also picked up on a report can't remember which one that noted that forward bookings in premium/business at 90%
Which is pretty darn good.
 
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Mon Mar 26, 2018 1:53 am

Another first...QantasLink first A320 VH-VQS has commenced WA intrastate ops. Has been doing a mix of PER-KTA(Karratha)-ZNE(Newman) sectors :)
 
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Mon Mar 26, 2018 2:36 am

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Each flight of QF's new LHR schedule in the same frame.

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QF2 looks to be very north..

As an aside - do the crews talk to each other much when in the air (and when in range)? Eg the outbound QF9 talking to the inbound QF10 etc?

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