Removal of border restrictions in Australia Translated from March Increase in airline connections provided by Gulf airlines. They generally make extensive use of air traffic between Europe and the continent.
Airbus A380 fighter engineEmirates To increase the auction on Australia. The company has reopened its Dubai-Melbourne route On his giant ship. It also announced the setting up of a second daily flight to Sydney on March 2 via the A380. This still confirms the restart with the A380 Its daily flight to Perth on June 17th. As well as he return Brisbane on July 1st.
Etihad Airways Has also announced that it will increase the number of its frequencies from10 to 14 per week from Abu Dhabi to Melbourne and Sydney From March 22nd. Daily flight to each of these cities. These aircraft will be operated by Boeing 787 in economy and business class configuration. On the other hand, the company no longer wants to return to Brisbane, this connection was terminated in 2020 and it is considered unprofitable.
Qatar Airways It already offers daily flights to both Melbourne and Sydney. The carrier will only connect the cityAdelaide, the capital of the state of South Australia. The carrier plans to restart flights Perth March 27. But it all depends on the deregulation in Western Australia. The carrier will serve Brisbane on a daily basis from March 1st On a Boeing 777.
Carrier, on the other hand, feels less excited about resuming its second daily frequency to Sydney. In fact, The Australian government wants to extend this second flight to the federal capital, Canberra. It is an obligation that Qatar Airways considers very difficult in terms of performance.
Gulf Air It also announced it would like to resume flights between Bahrain and Sydney. Unfortunately, the Govt crisis crippled its plans. Restarting traffic could improve Bahrain carrier strategy.
Also note that Australian Qantas London-Sydney flight via Singapore announced postponement See you next June. However, the company continues to operate its aircraft between the two cities via Darwin, believing that PCR test controls in Singapore are too complicated for passengers in transit.
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