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Qantas leaps forward in ultra-long-distance flights 

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Nevil Gibson Sat, 07 May 2022

Qantas leaps forward in ultra-long-distance flights 

Qantas upped the ante for more comfortable international long-haul travel with its announcement it would add a dozen Airbus A350-1000s to its fleet in three years. The aircraft will have just 238 seats, about 100 fewer than those flown by Qatar

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