Qantas Group will order up to 188 single-aisle aircraft to be operated in Australia and Asia by Qantas and low-cost subsidiary Jetstar. According to QF, it will order 68 A320s/A321s with 40 options for Jetstar and 31 737-800s with 49 options for Qantas. The first 213-seat A321s will arrive early next year. CEO Geoff Dixon said the group expects to acquire up to 17 A321s and will become the first to operate the variant in Australia. He told media that the aircraft will be used to defend QF's ...

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