Qantas subsidiary Jetstar plans to end regional turboprop services in New Zealand, although the LCC will continue flying trunk domestic jet routes in that country. Jetstar CEO Gareth Evans revealed a proposal to withdraw from the turboprop routes after November. However, the Australian LCC said it would first hold talks with employees before announcing a final decision by the end of October. Jetstar serves five regional routes in New Zealand with a fleet of five Bombardier Q300s, after ...

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