Qantas announced it will move all transcontinental flights connecting Perth to Sydney and Melbourne to A330s and 767s within two years. Seat capacity will climb nearly 25% as a result, which Executive GM John Borghetti said "is a sign of our commitment to Western Australia, which is one of the biggest growth markets in Australia." QF will increase its regional services from Perth as well. From next June it will add five weekly flights to Karratha, replace five-times-weekly 717 service to ...

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