As Qantas reports its third £1 billion loss due to the pandemic, it has announced the reinstatement of its New York service.
After a three-year break, the Sydney-Auckland-JFK service will resume on 14th June 2023.
Initially, QF3 and QF4 will run three days each week, with the flight from New Zealand to the US taking 16 hours. There will be Boeing 787 flights.
Qantas Group chief executive Alan Joyce said: “We’re back flying to most of our pre-Covid destinations, which is a fantastic achievement by our teams and so important for Australians reconnecting with the rest of the world.
“We can’t wait to return to New York and it’s made possible by the delivery of new aircraft, which have been caught up in delays that have impacted lots of airlines.
“Customer feedback on our direct London and Rome services show how well suited our Dreamliner cabins are to longer international flights like these, which is helped by the fact we designed them with more room and fewer seats than most of our competitors.”
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