Category: Melbourne Tullamarine (MEL)

Volcanic Ash Disrupts Australia & Indonesia Flights

Indonesia has nearly 130 active volcanoes. One particular volcano, Mount Sangeang Api, located on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa is disrupting air traffic between Australia, Singapore and Indonesia. The ash plume has reached heights in excess of 50,000 feet and has created chaos with flight cancellations. At the moment, the airport in Darwin (DRW) is […]

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Delta Air Lines to Grow at LAX

LAX – The Largest Origin/Destination Market Louisville, KY – March 7, 2013 (FlyersPulse.com) – Delta Air Lines is increasing their market share at Los Angeles International (LAX) with an array of new routes set to take flight this summer. The airport, best known as LAX is the largest “Origin / Destination” market in the United […]

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Flights to Sydney and the Land Downunder

Flying The Kangaroo Route Unless you’re in nearby New Zealand, chances are you face a long flight to the land down under. Sydney is not only a great city to see, but it serves as an excellent jumping off point to tour the continent whether it’s the Great Barrier Reef up near Cairns or the […]

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Qatar Airways to Join Oneworld Alliance

Qatar Airways elected oneworld member designate As Emirates partners up with Qantas, andEtihad Airwaysspeculates to join SkyTeam, it was only naturalQatar Airwayswould partner with an Alliance. In an official announcement, Qatar Airways was elected as a oneworld member designate at a press conference in New York, home of oneworld’s central alliance office. Qatar Airways Chief […]

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Emirates and Qantas Tie-Up

Qantas to Establish Dubai Hub with Emirates With the proliferation of low cost carrier’s in the Australian market and the need for better Asian services, Qantas and Emirates have announced they’ll be forming a global aviation partnership to provide consumers a seamless Australian and International route network. Currently, all Qantas European services fly via points […]

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AAdvantage Members Can Now Redeem Qantas at AA.com

Book your next Australian Trip with American Miles at AA.com If you’re a Frequent Flyer with American Airlines, you can now use those hard earned AAdvantage Miles to book award travel on AA.com with QANTAS Airways. QANTAS Airways is a oneworld airline and joint partner with American, but the ability to redeem online flights online […]

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Qantas Goes Daily on Sydney to Dallas/Fort Worth

Land Down Under to Dallas goes Boeing 747 Daily The Sydney (SYD) to Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW) route will operate daily as of July 1, 2012, using a three-class Boeing 747-400ER. Qantas started this record-breaking flight in May 2011, providing travelers across North America with easy access to Australia via American Airlines Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) […]

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Europe to Australia with airberlin

airberlin to Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney Germany’s second largest airline, airberlin, is now offering flights to Australia.  airberlin is growing its strategic partnership with Etihad Airways via codeshare agreements on flights to Australia. airberlin operates daily flights from Berlin (TXL) and Dusseldorf International Airport (DUS) to Etihad’s Global Hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH).  From […]

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Qantas Refurblished Boeing 747-400’s

Qantas Upgrades 747 Product to A380 Standards The Airbus A380’s are currently the flagships of Qantas international network, despite initial problems and the media going overboard with sensationalist stories. The Boeing 747-400’s are still significant and the aircraft is widely used in the Qantas International Fleet and as such, they’re getting a facelift.  The fourth […]

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