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Member since 11 Jan 2013
Total posts 179
QF Announcement re other Australia to Narita flights. Just wondering if QF have set a date for announcing the other Australian port that will host flights bound for NRT on the days the service will not operate from Brisbane?
Member since 02 Jul 2011
Total posts 835
QF don't generally announce when they will announce something (apart from results)
Member since 24 Oct 2010
Total posts 1,002
The announcement is due 'soon' so that QF can start selling those services, but QF hasn't said when it will make this announcement – it'll just drop.
Member since 07 Oct 2012
Total posts 766
I am suprised that they have not announced it yet!
Member since 28 Feb 2014
Total posts 130
Maybe, they decided to make Brisbane Daily :)
Member since 20 Oct 2013
Total posts 64
According to airlinehubbuzz.com it says that Qantas will retain Sydney to Tokyo-Narita flights thrice weekly.
Below is a screenshot of the website and article:
Whilst it could be Sydney, the airlinehubbuzz.com site is wrong. As the Brisbane flight will do a BNE-NRT-XYZ-NRT-BNE routing (except on the 1 wkly occassion it does BNE 2 days in a row), we know that the extra 3 services are on an A330 and we know that the AUS-NRT services will have a day time departure.
Personally I've been tipping the extra flights to be Sydney-Narita, as this route is already well-established for Qantas and the thrice-weekly services would help cater for those Tokyo-bound travellers who for whatever reason prefer Narita. But until there's an official announcement all that remains is rumour and speculation.
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