Qantas It announced it would expand its network, with three new tracks launched next month from Canberra, and an introductory sale price of $ 159 one-way.
Services include the Canberra – Sunshine Coast Road three times a week, from November 19, the Canberra – Cairns Road twice a week from November 21, and the Canberra – Hobart Road three times a week from December 4.
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Qantas will also launch a three-day sale, with one-way trips to Cairns from $ 199, trips to the Sunshine Coast from $ 169, and trips to Hobartes from $ 159.
Qantas has been implementing a number of new itineraries since restrictions at interstate and territorial borders began to ease in September, with a total of nine new services across Australia so far. Among them, the recently launched Canberra to Gold Coast, as well as last week’s relaunch Sydney to Launceston After a 16-year hiatus, Tasmania lifted border restrictions with most Australian states.
Andrew David, CEO of domestic and international Qantas, the new direct routes can save many customers valuable travel time.
“We took a fresh look at our network, and created new live services, previously only available through calling via another city, saving customers up to two hours of travel time.
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“These flights are great news for travelers who will now have more direct flights between Canberra, Cairns, Noosa and Hobart. It also means that we can get more of our employees back to work.”
This news comes in the face of the backlash on Qantas Cancel the airport service and sales offices, Part of plans to cut costs for the carrier, in one of the biggest changes to date.
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Qantas passengers will need to handle all reservations through a self-service kiosk, online services or call centers, with discounted ‘floating’ staff on hand to assist customers with flight problems.
The restructuring also saw the reduction of lost luggage counter hours, replaced by “self-service recovery”, and the closure of large baggage offices.
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