Qantas is planning to replace its ageing A330s which on average are almost 17 years old. Qantas chief financial officer and CEO-designate Vanessa Hudson confirmed that the order for new aircraft will most likely be placed in the H2 of 2023. She was speaking during a media briefing at International Air Transport Association AGM in Istanbul. “The one thing that we are hearing from speaking to the manufacturers and other airlines is that there is a significant demand for wide-body aircraft and many campaigns coming into the market over the next six months. It’s very important that we make sure

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