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    Does anyone know where Jetstar is getting their A321's from? And when do they arrive and enter passenger service?
    Fly me away....

  • #2
    I am not sure that this is true but i heard that they are getting them from a US Carrier (US Airways) and they are recieving their first in Feburary 2008.


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    GJ
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    • #3
      They have 17 on order and they get there first in February 08.But I don't know where they are getting them from.

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      • #4
        They are going to be used for domestic,long haul flights (Perth,Darwin & Asia).

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        • #5
          They have also ordered 59 A320's and 15 787's.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by bgiac1
            They have also ordered 59 A320's and 15 787's.
            Source!?

            i heard that the 70 sumthing qantas ordered ar going to jetstar aswell (yeah no source, just heard)
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            • #7
              Originally posted by badboys777
              I am not sure that this is true but i heard that they are getting them from a US Carrier (US Airways) and they are recieving their first in Feburary 2008.
              Regards,
              GJ
              So, is US getting rid of all of their A321? Why are they loosing them? They no longer need them? Not good economically? Or are the aircraft simply being leased out?
              Whatever is necessary, is never unwise.

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              • #8
                Should do good in terms of capacity by filling the gap between the 320 and 332
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                • #9
                  QFCPT ... His source is Qantas.

                  http://www.qantas.com.au/regions/dyn...007/nov07/3687

                  The aircraft are to be spread around the QF group.

                  The 737's you would imagine will go to Mainline.

                  As to the Airbus aircraft, who knows where they will go.

                  The A321's may not even reach Australian skies.

                  Don't forget that the Qantas Group includes Jetstar (which includes the former Jetstar Asia, and the new Vietnam startup, which is where I would imagine many of these aircraft are going!!!!!!)

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                  • #10
                    ^Good point for you, Vietnam is a nice suggestion but probably not any more a country where jacks-of-all-trades and other hand-me-downs can be freely dumped.
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                    • #11
                      Qantas is launching a new carrier in Vietnam.

                      They will get cheap aircraft as part of a larger order.

                      They will use new aircraft.

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                      • #12
                        Interesting, Vietnam is a country to monitor.
                        I trust QF in getting nice marketing field studies before setting the shop.
                        That may be bad for Pacific .... which has involuntarely provided Qantas with a good reason in moving ahead.
                        Furthermore they cut Air Asia and als short in the process.
                        Last edited by uy707; 2007-12-29, 15:17.
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                        • #13
                          The A321's should be new build.

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