Qantas seeks new aircraft to replace aging fleet (Sydney Morning Herald)

Qantas is seeking a new wide-body aircraft to replace its ageing fleet of Boeing 767-300 planes. The airline today issued a request for aircraft makers Airbus and Boeing to tender for the provision of the new fleet, which will spearhead Qantas's international expansion.


Posted August 18, 2005

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