Qantas resumes services to PNG after two years

 Airline QANTAS has put Papua New Guinea (PNG) back on its international route with services between Brisbane and Port Moresby restarting on Friday after more than two years due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Qantas resume services to PNG after two years 

Three return flights will operate each week on a Boeing 737-800 on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays.

Demand on this route is expected to grow in the coming months, particularly from the corporate market, with flights between Brisbane and Port Moresby ramping up to five services per week from June 20.

The route is the latest international service to be added to Qantas’ network out of Brisbane and will support business and trade between Australia and PNG.

Customers travelling to Australia from PNG will be able to take advantage of seamless connections with the Qantas Group’s domestic flight routes and international network.

Qantas customers and frequent flyers will be able to earn and use Qantas points on the flights and enjoy premium service, including complimentary food and drinks.

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