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QantasLink boosts Queensland capacity

written by WOFA | February 23, 2010
A Q400 taxis at Brisbane. (Paul Sadler)
A Q400 taxis at Brisbane. (Paul Sadler)

QantasLink has announced that it will upgrade a number of regional services in Queensland from April 6 as it takes delivery of its 20th Bombardier Q400.

The changes will see the addition of two additional 74-seat Q400 services on the Bundaberg-Brisbane route, as well as the upgrading of two services from 50-seat Q300s to Q400s, adding 392 seats each week. In addition, the carrier will introduce two additional return services on Emerald-Brisbane and five on Gladstone-Brisbane, which will be operated with Q400s.

QantasLink currently has 10 of its Q400s based in Queensland, and operates to 22 destinations across the state.


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