Qatar Airways has announced that the airline will commence regular scheduled services to the Queensland capital, with three weekly flights beginning as of 20 May. The service will operate an Airbus A350-1000, offering 46 business class seats and 281 seats in economy. This content is available exclusively to Australian Aviation members. LoginBecome a MemberTo continue
Fifteen airlines have signed up to a new initiative that will see the government partially underwrite agriculture and fisheries airfreight routes previously cut off by the coronavirus crisis.
Singapore Airlines has reported passenger growth of 6.5 per cent for the airline group for August. However cargo volumes fell 10.2 per cent.
Ten freight and logistics companies will provide input towards the design and operation of the cargo facilities at Western Sydney Airport.
Air freight volumes fell for an eighth consecutive month in June amid business uncertainty and ongoing trade tensions between China and the US, IATA says.