Giving that once daily Qantas Sydney-Cairns and Brisbane-Darwin are 767's can the north expect to see any A330-200 on these routes, or will they all be utilised on the east to west

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Northbound

Member since 11 May 2014

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Giving that once daily Qantas Sydney-Cairns and Brisbane-Darwin are 767's can the north expect to see any A330-200 on these routes, or will they all be utilised on the east to west coast routes? cheers.

Chris_PER

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

Member since 19 Feb 2014

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I believe they are all tied up on the SYD/MEL/BNE - PER sectors.  Maybe some extra floating around over the weekends since Qantas pledged to operate at least all of the weekday MEL/SYD-PER as exclusively A332/3.  I'd expect the routes would be operated by a 738 since that's all that's left in the fleet????

moa999

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 02 Jul 2011

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There are more 330s coming back from Jetstar, and all 767s will be gone by mid-2015, so I expect Yes, as long as demand holds up

watson374

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Member since 17 Aug 2012

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I would wager more 738s spread out across the day.

Andrew Barkery

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Member since 21 Mar 2011

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I would see in my K9 Krystal Ball, all those routes taken over by 737s.

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