Qantas is to base four of its forthcoming Boeing 787-9s in Brisbane, Australia. The Australian flag carrier has eight 787-9s on order, with the first scheduled to arrive in October. The first batch of four will be stationed in Melbourne, Australia, with the first of the Brisbane-based batch to arrive in mid-2018. All four aircraft are scheduled to be in place by the end of 2018. From Brisbane, the 787-9 is capable of flying nonstop to destinations such as Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco ...

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