Qantas will make a number of changes to both domestic and international routes over May-June. Here's a run-down of what you need to know.
Qantas' Singapore-Mumbai and Auckland-Los Angeles flights will cease as of 6 May. If your travels took you from Singapore to Mumbai or from Auckland to Los Angeles, contact the airline to discuss your options.
As previously announced, Qantas will also end flights to London from Hong Kong and Bangkok as of March.
Sydney-Tokyo services will move to a daily Boeing 747 service from 10 June (Qantas currently runs an Airbus A330 one day per week).
The Los Angeles-New York leg which continues from Qantas' flights into LAX will be upgraded from an Airbus A330 to a Boeing 747 from 6 May. This will be one of the 747s which have been fitted with Airbus A380-grade seats to provide a higher consistency of product for business travellers.
Newer Airbus A330 aircraft are swapping around with Boeing 747s on certain routes.
If your flight has changed aircraft, check out our guides to picking the best seats in business class on the new plane used on your flight.
- Sydney-Bangkok: Airbus A330 replaces Boeing 747 from 19 June
- Sydney-Perth: Airbus A330 replaces the Boeing 747 used on some flights from 6 May
- Melbourne-Perth: extra A330 flights from 6 May
- Sydney-Auckland: Boeing 737 replaces Airbus A330 (used on the cut Auckland-LA flight)