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Qantas Offers Additional Services to Wellington

17 September 2014

Qantas Offers Additional Services to Wellington

Qantas has published four additional return Boeing 737-800 services to Wellington from 19 to 23 December 2014 to cater for increased demand over the holiday period.

Qantas will operate three return services between Melbourne and Wellington and one return service from Sydney and Wellington. This is in addition to the 14 return services a week already on offer between Sydney and Wellington and 7 return services per week from Melbourne to Wellington.

The services follow recent changes to Qantas’ trans-Tasman schedule to better reflect seasonality.

Additional seasonal services to New Zealand:

Sydney-WellingtonOne return supplementary service on 20 December 2014
Melbourne-WellingtonThree return supplementary services on 19, 22 and 23 December 2014
Perth-AucklandTwo return seasonal services per week between 5 December 2014 and 26 April 2015
Sydney-AucklandFive return supplementary services between 17 and 27 December 2014
Six return supplementary services between 1 and 26 January 2015
Upgraded aircraft to A330 on 20 and 26 December 2014
Brisbane-AucklandOne return supplementary service on 20 December 2014
Melbourne-AucklandTwo return supplementary services on 20 and 27 December 2014
Sydney-ChristchurchThree return supplementary services on 20, 23 and 26 December 2014

Comments attributable to Stephen Thompson – Executive Manager, International Sales
“New Zealand is a key market for Qantas and these additional services to Wellington are part of more flexible scheduling to meet demand, particularly for people visiting friends and relatives over Christmas.”
“We’ve added services across the Tasman to meet demand over the holiday period with 124 flights and more than 26,000 seats.”


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