CEO of Qantas Alan Joyce has announced a new direct route between Sydney and Bangalore, alongside a planned agreement with IndiGo, India’s largest domestic airline. Travellers will be able to fly more frequently and more efficiently with more direct flights operating from 14th September this year. Encourage your clients to plan and book travel packages for later this year so they can enjoy direct flights. This new advancement within the aviation industry is set to increase tourism all over the world with new options of direct flights becoming popular.
The Bangalore services will be operating 4 times a week which will complement Qantas’ already existing 5 weekly Melbourne – Delhi direct flights. The agreement with IndiGo will allow travellers access to over 50 Indian cities.
Seoul, the capital of South Korea has become increasingly popular amongst tourists amid the easing of travel restrictions. ‘Must-see destination for Australians’ Qantas and Jetstar are recognizing the increasing popularity and will be operating more flights later this year. Jetstar will be flying 787-8 flights 3 times a week from the 2nd of November 2022 whereas Qantas will commence flying to Seoul from the 10th of December.
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