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FROM late October, Qantas will add five extra services a week between Adelaide and Canberra, adding 740 seats to the market.
The new Adelaide services will:
? Depart Canberra at 11.05am and arrive in Adelaide at 12.35pm, and
? Depart Adelaide at 13.05om and arrive in Canberra at 15.35pm.
In addition, adjustments to Qantas’s Melbourne-to-Canberra service will see 336 seats per week added
to that route.
In total, these changes will see up to 1076 domestic seats per week added to servicing Canberra.
“In the lead up to Canberra’s Centenary in 2013 this is great news for leisure and business travellers,” says Tourism Minister Andrew Barr.
“With increased flexibility and capacity coming online, the travelling public will have even more options to visit the nation’s capital.”
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