Qantas is ramping up flights between Melbourne and Tasmania from this week, with more services to Hobart and Launceston plus an upgrade of the aircraft used for Melbourne-Devonport. Business travellers between Melbourne and Hobart will see a boost to three services per day, up from the prev...
POSTED 29 Oct, 2012 7 Comments
Business travellers heading to and from Tasmania will see extra Qantas flights from Melbourne to Hobart, Launceston and Devonport starting this October, which means more seats and better connection options for the rest of Australia and trips overseas. The new flights start on 29 October, and wil...
POSTED 16 Jul, 2012 2 Comments
Hobart's Hadleys Hotel -- owned by international hotel group Accor -- is shifting the nameplates on its door following the opening of its new apartment wing. Hadleys has long been a business traveller pick in Tasmania's capital, but the main hotel will no longer be the city's Grand Mercure -- th...
POSTED 16 May, 2012 0 Comments
UPDATE | Flights at Hobart Airport have resumed normal operations following a 'security breach' just after noon, local time, when a power failure shut down the airport's security screening equipment. While reportedly fewer than a dozen passengers went through the system without be...
POSTED 9 Nov, 2011 0 Comments
Latest update: 11am, Friday July 1 Qantas has now resumed trans-Tasman services to and from New Zealand at 12pm (NZT) today following the clearing of the ash cloud from Chile's Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano. Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia's Pacific Blue flights continue to operate as norm...
POSTED 1 Jul, 2011 1 Comment
Ash cloud update: Qantas, Jetstar have cancelled Christchurch, Queenstown flights, plus Santiago, Buenos Aires, Johannesburg delayed
Update, 8am Wednesday June 29 New Zealand is worst affected by the volcanic ash cloud from Chilean volcano Puyehue-Cordón Caulle today, with Queenstown and Christchurch domestic and trans-Tasman flights on Qantas and Jetstar cancelled. All other airlines report their flights are operatin...
POSTED 29 Jun, 2011 0 Comments
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