The national carrier continues to expand its domestic network, with its inaugural Adelaide-Gold Coast services taking flight.
Gold Coast-Adelaide is one of 47 new routes that the Qantas Group has announced since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and the fifth new route launched from the Gold Coast, responding to the fact that more Australians are holidaying domestically.
“It seems like Qantas launches a new domestic route each week,” says Sarah Bush, Co-Founder & Director of The Travel Authority Group.
QantasLink is operating four weekly return flights with the Embraer E190 regional jet aircraft, bringing some 750 seats to the route each week. Flights will increase to daily during school holiday peaks.
With its size, range and economics, the 94-seat jet has opened up a number of new routes that wouldn’t have been viable with Qantas’ existing fleet.
Launching the route, QantasLink CEO John Gissing said “Adelaide, a city bursting with culture and entertainment and the gateway to Australia’s world-famous wine regions, has been very popular with travellers in recent months. We’re pleased to be making it more accessible for Queenslanders to visit with these new flights.”
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