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Qantas plans to mandate compulsory CoVid-19 vaccination to get on board their international flights

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Qantas is the first airline to have spoken up about the need to have a vaccine in the coming future to get on a Qantas international flight, and they expect other airlines to join them in what could become a global phenomenon. Here is Alan Joyce, Qantas CEO, telling us the obvious.

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Qantas will research for Project Sunrise on 787-9 delivery flights

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Qantas is upping their preparation for the Project Sunrise flights that will take off in a few years. For this, they are repurposing the delivery flights of their aircraft and flying it in from New York/ London to Sydney directly to research how a human would react on 20 hours on an aircraft.

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Project Sunrise Update: Airbus seems to be getting the upper hand over Boeing

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Boeing and Airbus, both competing for the airframe for the world’s longest flight, have turned in their bids for the equipment that can fly between London and Sydney. But there are interesting developments at both airframe makers, which may determine the fate of who will fly the longest flight eventually.

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Qantas re-introduces Singapore on ’Roo Route in 2018, leaving Dubai

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Qantas has been making some real big changes to their network. As of next year, they will stop flying their own metal to London via Dubai, but will keep the JV with Emirates. They will also have flights on offer via Singapore to London as of March 2018. And a new flight between Perth and London direct.

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