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QF to increase PER Dom cap and move to all widebody

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May 25, 2006
From todays Herald Sun and as a followup to the announced A330s or PERHKG..I'm assumin PER to all widebody means MEL/SYD and BNE only

QANTAS has thrown down the gauntlet to its low-cost rivals with a decision to add 11,700 seats a week to its Perth flights.

John Borghetti, the airline's executive general manager, said twin-aisle Airbus A330 and Boeing 767 aircraft would be used exclusively on the east-west route.

Qantas has taken the action to retain high-profit business travellers amid growing competition from its discount off-shoot Jetstar and rivals Virgin Blue and soon-to-launch Tiger Airways.

Qantas will replace its Boeing 767s on the Perth-Hong Kong route with Airbus A330 aircraft.

Assume this will co-incide with the 743 retirements

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