Qantas will fly twice-daily from Sydney to Hong Kong on select dates in December 2014 and February 2015 to cater for strong demand over the Christmas and Chinese New Year period.
That includes a one-off Hong Kong-Sydney flight on Sunday December 21 as QF88, return services from Sydney to the Asian hub on both February 18 and 19 2015 (QF87/QF88), and a one-way Sydney-HK run on February 27 as QF87.
A Qantas spokesperson confirmed to Australian Business Traveller that these seasonal flights will be operated by the airline's newer, reconfigured Boeing 747s.
They come fitted out with fully-flat, A380-style Skybeds in business class, plus refreshed premium economy and economy cabins.
The Red Roo is also supercharging a number of its existing Sydney-HK flights in February and March next year, replacing the usual bird with its flagship Airbus A380.
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