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Old 3rd April 2022, 08:18 AM
Scott L. Scott L. is offline
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Default QF1338

Last night, a Qantas 787 left Sydney bound for Sydney. Appears to have tracked south towards the Antarctic region before doing a U-turn heading back to Sydney and arriving 10 hours later this morning at 6am.

A very similar flight left Brisbane the night before, with similar timings and tracking.

QF1338 was the call sign.

Curious as to what the flight was for. Is it the SAF fuel testing. Anyone know?
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