What are the most likely new direct destinations in the Americas from the east coast of Australia?

By brettepi | May 03, 2018, 03:56 PM
i'm hoping for more direct flights to south/latin america.
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By mviy | May 03, 2018, 04:04 PM
Probably some places in the U.S. & maybe Vancouver (if the smaller plane will support more than just seasonal flights) I would think.
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By brettepi | May 03, 2018, 04:14 PM
sydney miami direct would be great
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By smit0847 | May 03, 2018, 05:55 PM
Chicago...
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By patrickk | May 04, 2018, 12:04 AM
Brisbane-Chicago on the 789 if the US govt agree to the AA tie up. Otherwise I don't see new destinations for a while. If the AA tie up is knocked back then DFW will move to 789 but maybe from Melb as well as Sydney later in 2019.
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By crwilkins | May 04, 2018, 02:41 AM
Sydney to Chicago would be nice, I wonder what the economics are of removing the SYD/DFW A380 and replacing with 789 to DFW and 789 to ORD, both daily...???
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By Becky1 | May 04, 2018, 05:38 AM
MEL - DFW
BNE - ORD
BNE - SEA
SYD - MEX
MEL - EZE

SYD-NAN-JFK which could work in conjunction with Fiji Airways who operate out of BNE, MEL, & ADL (& SYD). NAN can be dropped if Boeing and/or Airbus can come to the party re aircraft capable of flying SYD-JFK non stop.

I wonder where Qantas would fly the A380 if they replace it on the SYD-DFW route with the 789!!!
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By patrickk | May 04, 2018, 09:27 PM
I think Sydney Chicago is beyond the range of the 789. If the Syd DFW A380 was dropped then a year round daily Syd Hong Kong is the obvious one. Haneda if they can get a decent A380 slot or Melb Hong Kong come to mind.
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By whoppersandwich | May 05, 2018, 12:29 PM
MEL - DFW
BNE - ORD
BNE - SEA
SYD - MEX
MEL - EZE

SYD-NAN-JFK which could work in conjunction with Fiji Airways who operate out of BNE, MEL, & ADL (& SYD). NAN can be dropped if Boeing and/or Airbus can come to the party re aircraft capable of flying SYD-JFK non stop.

I wonder where Qantas would fly the A380 if they replace it on the SYD-DFW route with the 789!!!

The numbers already support the 777-8 flying SYD-JFK with QFs seat economics! LHR on the other hand is really gonna push the manufacturers...
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By puppy79 | May 06, 2018, 08:28 AM
this might sound odd but a SYDNEY TO ORLANDO ONE MIGHT WORK.NOW IF ONLY QF/AA can work on rights there.
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By Red Cee | May 14, 2018, 07:53 PM
Believe SYD to YVR could be on the list. Up the number of flights from the current seasonal.
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