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Qantas tries new boarding process to reduce delays

Carry On: World’s busiest airports, Virgin Australia in Japan, United’s Asian expansion.

NBR columnist Nevil Gibson speaks with Calida Stuart-Menteath.

Nevil Gibson Sat, 29 Jul 2023

Delays in boarding processes, with its knock-on effects to timetables and on-time takeoffs, are being tackled at Qantas. It has introduced a new boarding trial aimed at getting passengers on more quickly.

Economy customers on B737-800s are assigned one of four groups depending on where they are

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