QF start codehsring on Airnorth

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  1. Standby

    Standby Active Member

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    Helping out a make in the mining biz in WA I was searching for some flight options for him to visit during the footy finals and have found that QF have started codesharing on some intra WA routes on Airnorths new EMB services
    Into and out of Kununurra from DRW/PER and BME, it looks like all fares incl FF are offered.....does this mean QF are offering EMB jet services before DJ
    Havent found any other type Airnorth routes where this is offered
     

  2. Standby

    Standby Active Member

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    Shouldnt have spoken too soon ,just been advised by my mining mate in DRW
    QF also codeharing on DRW-DPS after QF announced a pull out.The codeshare starts in OCT
     
  3. Bundy Bear

    Bundy Bear Established Member

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    You can also use Qantas points for flights on Air North. So I get to try out an E170 using Qantas points before DJ even start flying their EMB170. :D

    Air North started using the E170 from August 27 from BME-KNX-DRW and have also added flights to Perth.
     
  4. JohnK

    JohnK Veteran Member

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    I was supposed to fly BME-KNX-DRW with Air North in early March but the flight was cancelled and I eventually flew on their direct service BME-DRW. They were operating an E120 at the time and I remember reading in their magazine that they would be operating E jets in the near future. Interesting to read that they have ordered the 70 seat E170s.

    Not sure how the mining boom is affecting demand for seats BME-KNX-DRW but when I flew this route 6 months ago there was only around a dozen people on the flight.
     
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