Who would have thought that an A330 could become a plane that would displace demand for A380s?
Qantas is making a determined run at Cathay Pacific’s dominance on the Australia-Hong Kong routes with an additional four A330-300 flights a week from Sydney from 26 October.
The most tightly packable flights ever to operate on a scheduled basis to an Australian airport will arrive from September in the form of Cebu Pacific Air A330-300s with 436 seats.
In their own right Avalon Airport, Melbourne’s ambitious second airport, and Cebu Pacific, the Philippines second largest long haul flag carrier see themselves joining together as a dream team that can transform aviation in their respective countries. Their aims, of taking on the air transport establishments of Australia and the Philippines, have come together […]
To say Cebu Air is going to expand into this market is wrong, considering it is going to compact up to almost 440 people into an A330-300 when it rolls up for its slice of Philippines-Australia traffic.