• For QF to do daily SYD and MEL to LHR direct, it only requires 4 aircrafts (A350s). With SYD-JFK another two. There are still 6 left for QF to decide what they going to do with them, whether PER-LHR, FRA, CDG, MIA, CPT, Sao Paulo or Chicago.   For 2 aircrafts to do a daily route of SYD...

  • A little recap:  QF used to fly its 747s four times daily to LHR back in days before A380 entered operations.QF1:  SYD-BKK-LHRQF9: MEL-SIN-LHRQF31: SYD-SIN-LHRQF29: MEL-HKG-LHRIt would be good to see the following once the four flights are reinstated:QF1:  SYD-LHR (direct) on A350Q...

  • Going through KUL, SIN, BKK does make sense to reduce the need to backtrack. Some passengers travelling back to India,  the journey does stop in the big cities.  For some, they still have to travel by road to their hometowns.  And that adds another few hours on top of the already l...

  • CMB is a good option to consider. While DEL and BOM may have the load, for passengers travelling to south India will find it painful to go all the way to DEL or BOM then spend considerable amount of time flying back down to the south. Similar to using middle eastern Airlines going all the way to ...

  • ANA has already allocated 2 aircraft for doing two red eye flights originally, i.e. HND-SYD and SYD-HND. This means the aircraft arrives SYD in the morning and waits till night to depart back to Japan. By adding another daily flight, is just better utilisation of the 2 aircraft than just sitting ...

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