From 13 July, Emirates will suspend its daily EK418 and EK419 A380 flights between Sydney and Auckland, with those flights replaced by Qantas A330 services. Qantas will also upgauge one daily B737 flight to an A330. The revised schedule will make sure the airlines have the right amount of capacity in the market to match demand.
With the new A330 service, there will also be a higher frequency of Qantas flights on the route, suiting the trans-Tasman business market.
Below is the re-accommodation plan for any passengers that are impacted by this change.
EK418 DXB-AKL passengers will be re-accommodated onto EK448 DXB-AKL.
EK418 BKK-AKL pax will be re-accommodated onto EK418 BKK-SYD + EK5055 SYD-AKL. (EK arrival and EK* departure are from the same terminal)
EK418 SYD-AKL pax will be re-accommodated onto EK5055 SYD-AKL (QF 0143).
EK419 AKL-SYD pax will be re-accommodated onto EK 5056 AKL-SYD (QF 0146).
EK419 AKL-BKK pax will be re-accommodated onto EK 5056 AKL-SYD + EK419 SYD-BKK.(EK* arrival and EK* departure are from the same terminal)
EK419 AKL-DXB pax will be re-accommodated onto EK 449 AKL-DXB.
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