Qantas Launches SYD-POM Flights

Qantas Launches Flights to PNG

Qantas and Jetstar have recently made headlines with the launch of their new international services from Sydney.

The Flying Kangaroo has resumed direct flights between Sydney and Port Moresby, after a 50-year hiatus, while Jetstar has resurrected its Sydney-Osaka route after 15 years.

These new services not only provide more travel options for customers, but also showcase the airlines’ commitment to meeting the growing demand for travel between Australia and other countries. Let’s take a closer look at these exciting developments and what they mean for travelers.

Qantas has launched its new 737-800 flights between Sydney and Port Moresby, adding over 36,000 seats per year on the route.

This marks the first time in over 50 years that the airline has flown directly between the two cities, making it a significant milestone for both Qantas and Papua New Guinea.

The new service is expected to cater to the increasing demand for business travel between Australia and Papua New Guinea, providing a more convenient and time-efficient option for travelers.

The new Sydney-Port Moresby route not only benefits the business community, but also provides more travel options for leisure travelers.

With a direct flight, customers can save at least three hours on their return trip by avoiding a stopover in Brisbane.

This means more time to explore the beautiful landscapes and rich culture of Papua New Guinea.



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