Qantas to Increase Frequency on Sydney-Dallas Route

By Jesse Sokolow on 27 November 2015
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DSC_0678Qantas Airways announced that it will increase the number of flights connecting Sydney-Dallas/Fort Worth starting next April.

The Australian flag carrier will add one flight per week, thereby offering daily service to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport from Sydney Airport.

Qantas operates the route using Airbus A380 aircraft, equipped with 14 suites in first class, 64 lie-flat seats in business class, 35 seats in premium economy, and 371 seats in economy. Seats in first class are 22” wide and have a bed length of 79”.

Qantas’ route between Sydney and Dallas/Fort Worth is currently the world’s longest scheduled passenger flight.

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