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I get worried when I see a log as wasteful as listed on this page. So many short hops of an hour or less ( 16th April ) using up valuable airframe cycles etc., are Qantas trying to wear out the B767 or simply bowing to unions to keep planes airborne to maintain employment for the sake of it? Did they not have Bae 146 type for such work? Where are the B737's? It is no wonder that Qantas is fighting all quarters to remain afloat!
Greg L
Jenifer-- These are really high density routes. They also have 737s flying them as well, but it would be more economical to fly one 767 in one hour than two 737s.
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