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Reality not to your liking? Qantas offers VR headsets

PHeymont ·
Qantas, which has some of the world's longest routes because it's, well, far away, is about to pioneer a new inflight entertainment on selected flights—Virtual Reality headsets which will, among other things, let you "be" in other places besides...
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American and United thinking New Zealand

PHeymont ·
Air New Zealand may soon have some competition on its routes between the western U.S. and its home base. Both United (San Francisco) and American (Los Angeles) are considering new routes, using...guess what...the Boeing 787. For American, which is...
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AA/Qantas add more joint flights on West Coast

PHeymont ·
 American Airlines and Qantas, not only Oneworld partners, but linked in a joint operation and revenue-sharing agreement, are added two more flights to the mix. Starting in December, American will operate a daily non-stop between LAX and Sydney,...
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Qantas plans 19-hour nonstop, London to Perth

PHeymont ·
Qantas, Australia's flag carrier is planning to offer first-ever non-stop service to the UK with a planned route between London and Perth. At just under 9,000 miles, it would be the world's longest flight.   The airline plans to fly the route...
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Biggest Jet for Longest Route (DFW to Sydney)

PHeymont ·
Starting in September, Qantas Airways will begin using an A380 double-decker on its service to Sydney, Australia—the world's longest scheduled non-stop route. Before that happens, modifications at DFW's terminal will be completed; the plane uses...
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Qantas, Airbnb link up for frequent fliers

PHeymont ·
A tie-up with Qantas gives Airbnb its first airline loyalty program partner, along with a contest to promote it.
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How safe is your airline? The best and worst lists

PHeymont ·
Qantas tops the list in a year that saw fewer accidents and fatalities than the 10-year average.
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Qantas extends fleet grounding

Barry Barford ·
Australian national airline Qantas has pushed back its planned resumption of international flights from July to October 2021. This means that Australia will remain off limits to international tourists for a little longer and its citizens still not permitted to travel overseas for non-essential purposes. However, a one-way travel bubble is in place with New Zealand which allows citizens of that country to enter Australia without having to undergo a period of quarantine. A reciprocal...
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