Qantas / Emirates tie up (Partnership inc. Codeshare, Status)

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Re: "Qantas was plum for us"

Anyone got any ideas when we should expect trans tasman codeshares to commence? I note in this article there is mention of an application to IASC to vary the traffic rights Qantas moves on Tasman, details plans with Emirates | Global Travel Media. Should we assume it's not far off?

Submissions on the matter to the IASC were due to be made by last Friday.

No dates for the final determination etc are published, so it is probably just a wait and see matter at the moment.
 

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Re: "Qantas was plum for us"

Submissions on the matter to the IASC were due to be made by last Friday.

No dates for the final determination etc are published, so it is probably just a wait and see matter at the moment.

Thanks. Any guesses on network shakeups? I am guessing the AM QF-AKL Brisbane service will be rolled into the non-flexible A380. Capacity would be similar I suspect, but it avoids the double-up and allows the QF plane to be redeployed.
 
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