Qantas decides to suspend its thrice-weekly Adelaide & Auckland flights

February 3, 2012

Qantas, the premier Australian and world-renowned airline, has decided to suspend its thrice-weekly flights between Adelaide and Auckland. The decision will come into force from July 23. The reason behind the move is suppose to be a continuous dip in number of passengers for this route. The Qantas’ South Australian regional general manager Terry Simpson said: The decision is in response to sluggish market demand. Qantas launched the Auckland-Adelaide service in December 2004 but it had not delivered the results to make it viable for the airline. Qantas, which is the 11th largest airline of the world, is also one of the oldest and continuously running independent airlines. Image Source: Stuff

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