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Qantas expanding Australia freight fleet to meet demand

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Qantas Airways has unveiled plans to add six Airbus converted freighters to its domestic fleet to replace five ageing Boeing 737s. The A321 freighters will be sourced from the open market and converted from carrying passengers to cargo subject to commercial negotiations. The planes are expected to arrive between early 2024 and mid-2026.
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Sydney Morning HeraldSydney Morning Herald

Qantas expands freight division to meet online shopping demand

Australia’s flag carrier has invested in six Airbus A321 aircraft to expand its freight division to better service the COVID-19-driven surge in online shopping.

1 month ago·Sydney, Australia
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RTÉRTÉ

Qantas expanding Australia freight fleet to meet demand

Australia's Qantas Airways said on Monday it would add six Airbus A321 converted freighters to its domestic fleet to replace five ageing Boeing 737s and expand capacity to meet a surge in demand from online shopping.

1 month ago·Ireland
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Financial PostFinancial Post

Qantas expanding Australia freight fleet to meet online shopping demand

SYDNEY -- Australia's Qantas Airways said on Monday it would add six Airbus SE A321 converted freighters to its domestic fleet to replace five aging Boeing Co 737s and expand capacity to meet a surge in demand from online shopping. Read More

1 month ago·Canada
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Al JazeeraAl Jazeera

Australia’s Qantas to boost freight fleet on online shopping boom

Airline says it will add six Airbus converted freighters to replace five ageing Boeing 737s.

1 month ago·Qatar
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bignewsnetwork.combignewsnetwork.com

Australia's Qantas expands freight fleet to meet online shopping boom

SYDNEY, Aug. 15 (Xinhua) -- Australia national carrier Qantas on Monday announced to expand its domestic fleet as its freight service has seen a growing e-comme

1 month ago
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