Qantas wants its aircraft of choice to be able to fly the anticipated nonstop services from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to London at a full passenger load, the airline’s CEO Alan Joyce said at the Singapore Air Show Aviation Leadership Summit (SAALS). The airline has tasked both Airbus and Boeing to make aircraft available for the service it plans to introduce around 2022. So far the manufacturers have offer aircraft that can fly the 21-hour northbound sector, but not at a full ...

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