Qantas returns to the Gold Coast

Gold Coast
Gold Coast

Qantas will resume daily services to the Gold Coast later this year.

From late October 2012, the airline will operate three daily return services between the Gold Coast and Sydney. The move forms part of a major investment in the Queensland hub, with Qantas revamping its existing lounge at the Gold Coast airport and reopening it as a ‘Qantas Club’ by the end of the year. It will also introduce check-in kiosks at the airport.

“Qantas and all of our people are very excited to return to the Gold Coast and relaunch services between Sydney and the Gold Coast,” said Qantas’ Group CEO Alan Joyce. “Our customers have told us that they want a premium leisure and business service, complementing Jetstar’s existing services as part of our two-brand strategy, and we are responding to that demand,” he added.

Qantas will serve the Gold Coast route using its brand new Boeing 737-800 aircraft with the new ‘Sky Interior’, and touch-screen in-flight entertainment in all classes.
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