In this episode of the Australian Aviation Podcast, Phil Tarrant and Adam Thorn discuss Sydney Airports appeal to investors, Qatar Airways’ growing influence, the Prime Minister’s changed stance on state border closures, and the upsurge in intrastate travel.
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
NSW Health is urging passengers on the Qatar Airways QR908 flight from Qatar to Sydney on 23 February to “isolate themselves” and seek a health assessment if they believe they have symptoms of coronavirus.
Qatar Airways has become the second carrier to fly the Airbus A350-1000 to Australia with the aircraft being used on the Doha-Sydney-Canberra route.