QF Route Map Wish List

By aniljak | Mar 10, 2018, 09:24 AM
I agree with need for Australia - India direct or at least Qf flying via Singapore then on to India with own aircraft.

One point to note with Honolulu is for flights onwards to non US destinations they keep you in gate lounge! So no lounges or sjopping etc. Flew to Canada via Honolulu years ago and all transit passengers stuck in gate lounge for over 2 hoiurs
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By Dredgy | Mar 10, 2018, 04:31 PM
ROK-SYD. I'm a simple man.
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By oruspicarous | Mar 11, 2018, 01:57 PM
MEL-DFW
MEL-BOM
MEL-JNB/CPT
MEL-PVG
MEL-ICN
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By drgmarshall | Mar 11, 2018, 03:17 PM
Perth to Honolulu direct as a holiday destination for West Aussies. And Any East coast city direct to Seattle and also direct to Denver and/or Minneapolis St Paul.
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By airADL | Mar 11, 2018, 10:23 PM
India please
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By Red Cee | Mar 11, 2018, 11:56 PM
I believe QF should at least look at
Daily service to YVR
SYD or BNE to LAS
MEL to DFW
BNE to DFW
SYD or BNE to YYZ (may not need to be daily)
SYD or MEL to ORD
SYD, MEL, BNE, ADL and PER to DXB to connect to EK flights in DXB
How are these for starters?
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By Bruce777 | Mar 12, 2018, 04:01 AM
Qantas should think about expanding further into Europe:
Some seasonal or year-round routes which could work are:

Sydney/Perth - Frankfurt, Paris (depending on range capability of plane)
Melbourne - Rome, Athens (serving high Greek and Italian demand)
Also, USA:
Sydney - Chicago, New York (JFK) w/ possible stops in South America (Santiago, Buenos Aires) depending on range capability

Enough of Asian expansion, Qantas need to start focusing on ultra long-haul routes and addressing the fact that too many people have to stop in places such as Singapore, Dubai and Los Angeles in order to get Down-under, and give them the opportunity to fly direct (ordering the 787s was a good move, but they don't have enough range, Qantas need to commit to A350ULR and 777-8 soon). A350ULR seems like a good option, maybe confidence will be instilled in Qantas once Singapore start SIN-EWR again.


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By Red Cee | Mar 12, 2018, 10:18 AM
Does anyone know if Qantas is or will be monitoring these posts? Also, I believe they will have a wish list of their own, which would be based on locations where their bookings are taking the passengers. If Qantas are monitoring this post, can you please give us a clue, as we would rather you get the business rather than a foreign carrier.
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By Pc | Mar 13, 2018, 04:35 PM
Cairns - Singapore

SQ is really milking it with 5 Silkair flights a week (shortly going to 7). Flights always full and costs $1000 RT for 6.5 hours in a 737!!
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By hutch | Mar 13, 2018, 10:43 PM
Qantas should think about expanding further into Europe:
Some seasonal or year-round routes which could work are:

Sydney/Perth - Frankfurt, Paris (depending on range capability of plane)
Melbourne - Rome, Athens (serving high Greek and Italian demand)
Also, USA:
Sydney - Chicago, New York (JFK) w/ possible stops in South America (Santiago, Buenos Aires) depending on range capability

Enough of Asian expansion, Qantas need to start focusing on ultra long-haul routes and addressing the fact that too many people have to stop in places such as Singapore, Dubai and Los Angeles in order to get Down-under, and give them the opportunity to fly direct (ordering the 787s was a good move, but they don't have enough range, Qantas need to commit to A350ULR and 777-8 soon). A350ULR seems like a good option, maybe confidence will be instilled in Qantas once Singapore start SIN-EWR again.



But Asia is where the growth is... I'm all for expanding in Europe and North America, but ignoring Asia would be silly.
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By CityRail | Mar 14, 2018, 10:37 PM
Perth - Hong Kong using A330-200
Cairns - Hong Kong using B737-800
Darwin - Hong Kong using B737-800
Darwin - Singapore using B737-800, replacing Jetstar
Cairns - Singapore using B737-800
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By boeingimgoing | Mar 15, 2018, 09:58 AM
I would like to see:
SYD-ORD
SYD-GRU
SYD-AKL-JFK
RESURRECT CNS-HNL-LAX 333
SYD-FCO/ATH/IST NON STOP
SYD-DXB DAILY 789 QF METAL THEN EK ON SHORTER HOPS TO EUROPE

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By aniljak | Mar 15, 2018, 04:06 PM
How about an alternative to both Singapore and Dubai?
What about reviving the old QF9 route Melbourne - Bombay - London of the late 80s? Tap into the fast growing indian economy and huge Indian population in Melbourne
KLM also flew 747-200 Melbourne Colombo Amsterdam although very heavily weight restrcicted in summer.


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By aniljak | Mar 15, 2018, 04:26 PM
Another thought is Australia - LAX - LHR
Air NZ has established itself on LAx -LHR route as providing great service.
Very popular with American and European premium passengers. Why can't Qantas grab a share of this? US airlines dont provide much competition!
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By puppy79 | Mar 15, 2018, 08:30 PM
a reinstated ADELAIDE TO SINGAPORE service.Many of us when we think Asia Holiday we think of Singapore and to a smaller Degree Hong Kong.Not Bali which sadly is what Adelaide gets internationally via Jetstar as their only international link.Everything else is done with one of their oneworld partners or emirates.
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