Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Sunday, December 28, 2014
- AirAsia D7206 KUL-OOL A333 9M-XXF
- Jetstar JQ238 AKL-OOL A320 VH-VFD
- Jetstar JQ12 NRT-OOL B788 VH-VKD
- Jetstar JQ430 MEL-OOL A321 VH-VWU
- Jetstar JQ400 SYD-OOL A320 VH-VQF
- Tigerair TT604 SYD-OOL A320 VH-VNP
Saturday, December 27, 2014
Friday, December 26, 2014
The final flights through Brisbane tomorrow are as follows:
- QF501 BNE-SYD DEP 0500
- QF508 SYD-BNE ARR 0835
- QF517 BNE-SYD DEP 0925
- QF524 SYD-BNE ARR 1235
- QF530 SYD-BNE ARR 1435
Some Qantas group 767-300 pictures over the years.
Qantas Socceroos 2006 livery on Boeing 767-336 VH-ZXB at Brisbane
Thursday, December 25, 2014
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Tuesday, December 23, 2014
Sunday, December 21, 2014
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Friday, December 19, 2014
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Sunday, December 14, 2014
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Friday, December 12, 2014
Thursday, December 11, 2014
- Virgin Australia VA333 B738 VH-YFH MEL-BNE diverted to Coffs Harbour
- Virgin Australia VA782 B738 VH-VUE CNS-BNE diverted to Gold Coast
- Jetstar JQ818 A320 VH-VQH SYD-BNE diverted to Gold Coast
- Jetstar JQ564 A320 VH-JQX MEL-BNE diverted to Sydney
- Virgin Australia Regional VA539A ATR72 VH-FVH PQQ-BNE diverted to Port Macquarie
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Gold Coast bound flights:
- Virgin Australia VA527 SYD-OOL B737-800 VH-VUJ diverted to Brisbane
- Virgin Australia VA749 MEL-OOL B737-800 VH-YIZ diverted to Brisbane
- Qantas QF544 SYD-BNE B737-800 VH-VYG diverted to the Gold Coast
- Qantas QF542 SYD-BNE B737-800 VH-XZH diverted to the Gold Coast
- Jetstar JQ486 NTL-BNE A320 VH-XSJ diverted to the Gold Coast
- Qantas QF975 TSV-BNE B737-800 VH-VXE diverted to the Gold Coast
- Qantas QF632 MEL-BNE B737-800 VH-VYA diverted to the Gold Coast
- Jetstar JQ889 MKY-BNE A320 VH-VQW diverted to Sydney
- Qantaslink QF2399 THG-BNE Dash 8-200 VH-TQS diverted to Roma
Flights will be operated 4 times a week with A330'S.Qantas will begin direct flights from Brisbane to Tokyo’s Narita Airport from August next year as part of the airline’s expansion of services into Japan. This new direct service will operate four times a week and complement a new direct daily Sydney-Haneda service.*
Qantas will also fly to Narita on three alternate days from another Australian port, which will be finalised shortly, meaning the airline will offer double daily services to Japan. In total, Qantas will add more than 4,000 seats per week across 14 return flights between Australia and Japan on a combination of B747 (to Haneda) and A330 (to Narita) services.
The announcement was made at Qantas’ Brisbane Heavy Maintenance Facility where Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce and Queensland Premier Campbell Newman inspected work on the first of 28 Airbus A330s to be fitted with new class-leading interiors. It follows Qantas’ recent confirmation that it had obtained peak time slots to operate daily services to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport in addition to its existing slots to Narita. The extra capacity comes as departures from Australia to Japan have grown 17 per cent in the past year.
The extra flying time has been made possible through improved aircraft utilisation. Mr Joyce said the new direct service from Brisbane to Japan was a coup for Australian travellers as well as for the local economy. “We are delighted to offer Qantas customers a choice of four weekly services from Brisbane to Tokyo beginning in August next year,” Mr Joyce said.
“This is great news for Brisbane customers wanting to visit Japan but it’s also great news for tourism because it makes Queensland even more accessible to Japanese travellers.
Sunday, December 7, 2014
Saturday, December 6, 2014
Friday, December 5, 2014
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
- Qantas (Jetconnect) QF146 AKL - SYD Boeing 737-800 ZK-ZQA
- Qantas QF468 MEL - SYD Airbus A330-300 VH-QPB
- Singapore Airlines SQ241 SIN - SYD Boeing 777-200 9V-SVI
- Emirates Cargo EK9822 SIN - SYD Boeing 777-200F A6-EFM
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Monday, December 1, 2014
Sunday, November 30, 2014
Basically the development will be a holding and Boarding Lounge for flights, and initially it will be only accessible by a bussing facility, but later on by a covered elevated walkway from the Qantas satellite.
So all check in procedures and baggage check in will still be performed in the main terminal and passengers will then proceed to this satellite lounge.
Work will commence in July 2015 and stage 1 will open approx 1 year later and deliver 8 parking Bays.Stage 2 will then commence and a further 8 parking stations for aircraft as well as the covered walkway will be completed in July 2017.The building will then have 10 gates and up to 16 parking positions.The building once complete will be 2 storeys high with a office on the top level and lounge on ground level.Work will also involve a bus parking area,as well as the air side road having to be re diverted.
This author compliments BAC on this exciting development.
The whole Draft MDP can be read on the BAC web site under Major Development Plans and is available for public comment for 60 business days.
Friday, November 28, 2014
Thursday, November 27, 2014
- Air New Zealand NZ805 A320 ZK-OJC CHC-BNE diverted to Sydney.
- Qantas (Jetconnect) QF126 B737-800 ZK-ZQE AKL-BNE diverted to Sydney.
- Qantaslink QF2533 Dash 8-400 VH-QOV LRE-BNE diverted to Hervey Bay.
- Nauru Airlines RON921 B737-300 VH-PNI INU-BNE diverted to Maroochydore.
- Virgin Australia VA337 B737-800 VH-YFH MEL-BNE diverted to the Gold Coast.
- Virgin Australia VA341 B737-800 VH-VUZ MEL-BNE diverted to Sydney.