Qantas announced (01-Mar-2010) its second new A330-200 aircraft operated its first commercial service on the Sydney-Melbourne sector. The A330-200 fleet features new seating and offers the on-demand Panasonic eX2 in-flight entertainment system. The first of the new fleet arrived in Dec-2009. The Group plans to take delivery of five more A330-200s by the end of 2011, along with 28 more new B737-800s all featuring personal inflight entertainment in every seat by mid 2013. [more]
New Qantas A330-200 takes first flight
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