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QantasLink ups capacity in NSW

written by australianaviation.com.au | January 21, 2010

QantasLink has announced that it will increase capacity on a number of regional New South Wales routes from March as it takes delivery of its 19th Bombardier Q400.

On the Sydney to Wagga Wagga and Coffs Harbour routes, a number of services will be upgraded to be operated by the 74 seat Q400s in place of the 50 seat Q300s. As a result, the airline will also add five additional weekly services each on the Sydney to Port Macquarie, Tamworth and Armidale routes, which will be operated by Q300s.

QantasLink announced last year that a number of regional services in Victoria and Tasmania to be operated by Q400s from February as a result of new aircraft arriving.

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