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  Melbourne Avalon Airport has welcomed its first international flight with the arrival of AirAsia X’s inaugural service on Wednesday morning. Flight D7 216, operated by Airbus A330-300 9M-XBA, touched down at about 0830, following its eight-hour journey from Kuala Lumpur. The aircraft was on the ground for about two and a half hours before

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Minister for Foreign Affairs Senator Marise Payne officially opened Melbourne Avalon Airport's new international terminal on Sunday, December 02 2018.

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand says it will upgauge its Auckland-Gold Coast flights to the Airbus A321neo and add a fifth weekly service on the route from February 2019.

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