QantasLink expands OLD network

August 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;8/18/2006, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that airline company QantasLink is launching flights between Brisbane and Hervey Bay and Biloela. The introduction of new flights will expand the network of QantasLink in Queensland. Qantas group general manger Narendra Kumar observed that considerable growth in Hervey Bay has been noticed in recent years in terms of both population and its tourism sector.


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