On Tuesday 18th Nov, I see a QF international config A330-300 operating QF400 from Mel to Syd.

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hakkinen5

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On Tuesday 18th Nov, I see a QF international config A330-300 operating QF400 from Mel to Syd. While I see other domestic -200 series aircraft on this route, how often does the -300 international service operate on it? I have checked some other days and can't see it.

watson374

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It isn't the most common thing, no.

hakkinen5

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EDIT: Meant to say Tues 16th December

reno

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Regardless, Watson is right.Dale you should enjoy it while it operates and it could well change back.

driley28

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QF are notorious for last minute A330 changes.

Andrew Barkery

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Better hope it does not morph into a 737-4/737-8.

Ryan K

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Highly unlikely, the 737-400's have all been retired.

undertheradar Banned

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never let the facts get in the way of a good QF bashing...im sick of some peoples uninformed/ignorant  'digs' at QF...and these uninformed/ignorant 'digs' aren't restricted QF aircraft types... anyway...a/c types are never guaranteed...especially when the a/c type no longer exists on that airline ... lol

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