Qantas has launched four new routes across its domestic network.

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Four new Qantas domestic routes take off

Latest News|Published 29 March 2022

Qantas has launched four new routes across its domestic network, boosting connectivity between regional centres and capital cities. 

The new routes – Adelaide-Newcastle, Brisbane-Wagga Wagga, Darwin-Townsville and Darwin-Cairns – provide direct connections and reduce travel time for customers. The national carrier is also the only airline to offer direct flights on two of the routes, between Adelaide and Newcastle and Brisbane and Wagga Wagga. 

The routes follow new Qantas flights between Sydney and Uluru (Ayers Rock Airport) taking off earlier this week. 

Three weekly return flights will operate on Darwin-Townsville, Brisbane-Wagga and Adelaide-Newcastle with four weekly return flights on Darwin-Cairns, together adding more than 2,300 seats into Qantas’s domestic network each week. 

Qantas has also recommenced flights between Sydney and Toowoomba with an improved business-friendly schedule offering double daily weekday flights and daily weekend flights.