25 February Qantas confirms it will proceed with Project Sunrise February 25, 2020 By Jenny Le General QANTAS, Project Sunshine 0 Qantas is now indicating it will proceed with Project Sunrise. The go/no-go decision on the A350-1000 order is due to be formally made by the end of March 2020, pending the outcome of negotiations with the pilots' union over wages and conditions for being in command of these marathon flights. However, Qantas is now indicating it will push ahead with Project Sunrise with or without the union's support: bypassing the union to strike a deal directly with individual Qantas pilots or, if necessary, creating a non-union “employment entity” of newly-hired specialist crews dedicated to the Sunrise flights. Related Articles Qantas cuts capacity in response to downturn in demand Qantas International will cut 16 per cent of Asia capacity until at least the end of May, impacting flights from Australia to mainland China, Hong Kong and Singapore. Qantas commences Brisbane - San Francisco flights Qantas on 09 February commenced three-weekly operations between Brisbane and San Francisco, unlocking an underserved market from the Queensland capital. AAoA VIC State Advisory Board met with The Minister for Tourism, Sport & Major Events The Accommodation Association Victorian State Advisory Board and members met with the Hon Martin Pakula MP, Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events at the newly opened Novotel Melbourne Central Hotel signature restaurant "Pretty Boy Italian Steak House" Accommodation Association have teamed up with Bunnings Trade to give members the opportunity to join PowerPass. Bunnings PowerPass is a free membership program designed to make life easier for commercial customers . Holiday Inn® Melbourne on Flinders reveals new Glamp-Inn experiences Glamp-Inn Brunch and Glamp-Inn Suite Escape package is designed to help families connect during the Easter school holidays Contactless Mobile Access Technology is Not Just for Large-Scale Hotel Operations How Hoteliers with Smaller Properties Can Benefit from Contactless Mobile Access Technology to Ensure a Safer, More Efficient and Profitable Business. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.