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Old 19th March 2020, 07:52 AM
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Now all international flights are being stopped from end of month

INTERNATIONAL NETWORK CHANGES

The Qantas Group is making the following changes:
• All regularly scheduled Qantas and Jetstar international flights from Australia will be suspended from
end March until at least end May 2020. Some flights may continue in order to maintain key links, based
on ongoing discussions with the Federal Government.
• Jetstar Asia (Singapore) will suspend all flights from 23 March to at least 15 April 2020.
• Jetstar Japan has suspended international flights and cut domestic flying.
• Jetstar Pacific (Vietnam) has suspended international flights and will significantly cut domestic flying.
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Old 19th March 2020, 04:01 PM
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Alice can land them but not sure the capacity given there are a heap of Max there now.

I would suggest the cheapest places possible so not the main centres.

My uneducated guess will be Richmond, Avalon, maybe Alice and some regional locations for smaller like Mildura. Dont forget Wellcamp as well.

Avalon would be a start for the A380's give the space available.

Maybe a good time to do all of those non critical but important maintenance works?

Just a thought....
BNE has many parking spots available and I suggest watch this space.I believe VH-EBK positioned up yesterday as QF6113.One of the reasons G20 went to BNE and also SYD Olympic aircraft also parked up here.Heaps of space and i have heard rumours the new runway may park some but i doubt it as it is due to open July.

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Old 20th March 2020, 06:27 PM
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VYA, VYC and VYL all positioned to AVV from MEL this afternoon, VZF, XZB and VXG all doing the same tomorrow
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Old 20th March 2020, 07:39 PM
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QF is planning to store around 35 aircraft at AVV and are looking are other viable locations around the country.
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Old 21st March 2020, 12:49 AM
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Have heard a rumour that the entire East coast 717 operation will be grounded.
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Old 21st March 2020, 03:27 PM
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I have heard that RWY 25-07 is going to be closed and used for parking aircraft at YSSY. Over 80 aircraft to be stored at Avalon.
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Old 21st March 2020, 03:32 PM
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VYA, VYC and VYL all positioned to AVV from MEL this afternoon, VZF, XZB and VXG all doing the same tomorrow
5 of the above have positioned to AVV while VXG is due to depart
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Old 21st March 2020, 05:54 PM
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Mayby we should have a new thread showing stored aircraft whereabouts?
This title does not fit the subject.

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Old 21st March 2020, 06:17 PM
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Mayby we should have a new thread showing stored aircraft whereabouts?
This title does not fit the subject.
I just created a thread for that.
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Old 9th April 2020, 11:03 AM
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Routes Online is reporting the schedule of the repatriation flights to be operated by QANTAS from today:

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Qantas on Monday (06APR20) announced planned limited operation for International service, mainly on repatriation basis, as well as cargo transport. Subject to Government Approval, planned operation for the period of 09APR20 03MAY20 (Australia) departure as follows.

Brisbane Auckland 09APR20 02MAY20 2 weekly 787-9
QF119 BNE0925 1435AKL 789 46
QF126 AKL1610 1805BNE 789 46

Brisbane Hong Kong 10APR20 02MAY20 2 weekly 787-9
QF097 BNE1045 1755HKG 789 36
QF098 HKG1930 0615+1BNE 789 35

Brisbane Los Angeles 09APR20 30APR20 1 weekly 787-9
QF015 BNE1000 0600LAX 789 4
QF016 LAX2230 0520+2BNE 789 5

Melbourne Auckland 12APR20 03MAY20 2 weekly 787-9
QF151 MEL0930 1435AKL 789 1
QF151 MEL1030 1535AKL 789 7

QF156 AKL1610 1750MEL 789 1
QF156 AKL1715 1855MEL 789 7

Melbourne Hong Kong 09APR20 02MAY20 2 weekly 787-9
QF029 MEL1020 1800HKG 789 15
QF030 HKG1930 0655+1MEL 789 16

Melbourne Perth London Heathrow 12APR20 06MAY20 1 weekly 787-9
QF009 MEL1515 1715PER1850 0505+1LHR 789 7
QF010 LHR1210 1155+1PER1325+1 1855+1MEL 789 3
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