Australian flag carrier Qantas is restructuring its flights on a number of Asian routes ahead of its comprehensive alliance with Emirates, effective on March 31.
As part of the restructuring, Qantas flights from Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok will arrive up to three hours earlier to better connect with onward flights to Asia. The airline will also discontinue its Adelaide-Singapore and Perth-Hong Kong flights, and reduce the frequency of its Sydney to Hong Kong flights from 11 to seven weekly.
Qantas will also increase its Brisbane to Hong Kong flights from four to seven each week and introduce four extra Sydney to Singapore flights per week.
Read more about the changes in Qantas’ Asian services here:
Qantas adjusts Asian network