Australia’s Jetstar will begin domestic Boeing 787 service Nov. 13 with international service beginning Dec. 18 to Bali. The 787 begins domestic service to Melbourne-Gold Coast and -Cairns. The airline is expected to have two more 787s by the beginning of 2014. International 787 service will replace Airbus A330 flights to Hawaii, Phuket, Bali and Japan. The A330s will be transferred to parent company Qantas after cabin reconfiguration, enabling Qantas to begin retirement of its ...

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