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QantasLink puts Aboriginal art on first A220

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Nevil Gibson Sat, 25 Nov 2023

The world’s oldest living culture is celebrated on the first Airbus A220 to join the QantasLink fleet. The plane was made at the Airbus plant at Mirabel in Quebec and is resplendent in Australian Aboriginal art.

It’s not the first Qantas plane to feature Aboriginal art work. The Flying Art

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