Qantas will be able to launch more full-service flights in its domestic network later this year due to increased fleet efficiency and the addition of more Boeing 717s. The Australian flag carrier plans to resume Sydney-Maroochydore 717 service and introduce a Melbourne-Gold Coast route with Boeing 737s. These flights will be in addition to services already offered on these routes by low-cost (LCC) subsidiary Jetstar. From February, Qantas will add more capacity to its Sydney-Gold Coast and ...

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