QantasLink to operate Airbus A320 aircraft

Jan 16, 2018 No Comments by

According to a report in Travel Daily Australia (16 January 2018), QantasLink will add two Airbus A320 aircraft to its fleet. These aircraft will be transferred from Jetstar Australia to QantasLink, however in the future they will be sourced from the Jetstar Asia order. The Airbus A320 will be operated and maintained by the QANTAS Group wholly-owned Western Australian subsidiary airline, Network Aviation. This airline already operates QantasLink branded Fokker F100 aircraft.

QFlink A320

Image by Matthew Fitzjohn – used with permission.

The Airbus A320s, which should be in service with QantasLink from March 2018, will be used for growth opportunities in Western Australia at the same time freeing up Boeing 737 aircraft from the mainline division to allow double daily Perth – Singapore services.

The QantasLink group of airlines also operated Boeing 717-200 aircraft which are managed by Cobham Aviation.

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