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0 now from the Firefox Add-ons Store. We’re sorry, this service is currently unavailable. Log in, register or subscribe to save articles for later. Former Virgin Australia and Tigerair executive Rob Sharp has been confirmed as the new Transport for NSW boss several months after the controversial axing of his predecessor Rodd Staples. Mr Sharp was announced as the new Transport chief executive on Friday, almost two years after he stood down as Virgin Australia’s group executive amid a company restructure.

Rob Sharpe pictured in 2014 when he headed up budget airline Tigerair. Transport Minister Andrew Constance, who was understood to be seeking an external candidate, said Mr Sharp was a proven chief executive with a strong record of success. Mr Sharp’s impressive skill set is underpinned by strategic thinking, digital innovation, logistics excellence and delivering large scale, complex projects. 70 billion infrastructure pipeline in the midst of a prolonged restructure after it absorbed Roads and Maritime Services in 2019. His predecessor Mr Staples was sacked without reason in November just weeks after receiving a positive performance review from Premier Gladys Berejiklian. However, Mr Constance has since revealed he had grown frustrated with Mr Staples after he pushed back on a ministerial direction to clear millions of trees from all state-owned highways.

Mr Constance told Mr Staples to create a clearance zone of 40 metres either side of the highways after the Black Summer bushfires, which would have resulted in 104,000 hectares of land being cleared. 837,584, which includes 38 weeks’ pay and his outstanding leave entitlements. Peter Regan, who had been acting chief executive since Mr Staples’ departure, has been named as the new boss of Sydney Metro just weeks after Jon Lamonte left. Mr Constance indicated earlier this year Mr Staples could make a return to the agency, though Friday’s announcement of the new Metro chief executive suggests that is increasingly unlikely. Mr Sharp, who will start the job on April 7, said he was thrilled to join the agency with a renewed focus on technology and innovation. He has sat on various boards and committees since his departure from Virgin in mid 2019.

Tom Rabe is Transport Reporter with The Sydney Morning Herald. What is a Qantas frequent flyer point worth? Dream it, do it» is the kikki. More clues on Qatar Airways’ Boeing 787-9 business class The fresh Dreamliner business class seats will have privacy doors in a mid-sized cabin for 30 premium passengers. 4k on eligible purchases within 90 days of approval — Westpac Altitude Black Mastercard with Altitude Rewards. Qatar Airways’ new Boeing 787-9 jets aren’t expected to take wing until later this year, but we’re learning a little more about the new business class which will crown the Gulf carrier’s Dreamliners.

Executive Traveller, Qatar Airways’ Boeing 787-9s won’t be crowned by the highly-regarded Qsuite of the Airbus A350s or some Boeing 777s, due to the Dreamliner’s slightly narrower cabin. But nor will Qatar Airways be sticking with the same Boeing 787-8 business class seat, which was developed by Collins Aerospace based on its popular Super Diamond design. Instead, expect something broadly similar but with Qsuite-style doors for privacy. Qatar Airways Group CEO His Excellency Akbar Al Baker told Executive Traveller in late 2020. However, Al Baker added that while the Boeing 787-9 suites «will be similar to the Super Diamond, it will not be by Collins. A mid-sized cabin And while the seat itself remains under wraps, now we have an idea of how large the business class cabin will be. Last week, Qatar Airways briefly listed the Boeing 787-9 on its schedule for flights from mid-June to the likes of Athens, Madrid and Milan, before replacing that with the 787-8.

This listing included the aircraft’s configuration of 30 business class seats and 281 economy seats. That puts Qatar’s Boeing 787-9 business class cabin at around halfway between the 22 seats of the 787-8 and the 36 seats of the Airbus A350-900. Qatar Airways inked an order for 30 Boeing 787-9s, with seven handed over before the coronavirus pandemic put a sudden stop to the airline’s typically ambitious fleet growth and pushed all Airbus and Boeing deliveries back until at least 2022. Al Baker has previously said the Boeing 787-9 fleet would replace most of the older and smaller Boeing 787-8s. Qatar Airways has already retired half of its ten-strong Airbus A380s and a superjumbo-sized question mark remains hanging over the rest of the fleet. David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis. Signing up with Executive Traveller only takes a second and lets you interact with our community. It’s completely free and we’ll never pass your information on to third parties.

Already have an Executive Traveller account? If you’ve forgotten your password, simply enter your email address below, then click ‘Submit’. We’ll send you an email to re-activate your account and enter a new password. If you have not received the activation email, simply enter your email address below, then click ‘Submit’. We’ll send you an email containing the activation link. What is a Qantas frequent flyer point worth? Dream it, do it» is the kikki.

Emirates brings A380s back to Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Christchurch Emirates’ superjumbos return to Australia and New Zealand from late 2021, with Brisbane also gaining more Boeing 777 flights. 4k on eligible purchases within 90 days of approval — Westpac Altitude Black Mastercard with Altitude Rewards. Emirates expects to bring its Airbus A380s back to Australia and New Zealand from late 2021, with superjumbo services now selling between Dubai and Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, and Christchurch. The airline is also gearing up for more Brisbane flights, as well as the return of non-stop links between Dubai and Auckland, and trans-Tasman hops between Sydney and Christchurch. It’s a timeline that aligns closely with the expectations of Emirates’ joint venture partner Qantas, which is also selling seats to most international destinations from late October, being when the Australian rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations in adults was first expected to be complete. Emirates expects that to change, and change quickly. Here’s what the airline currently has planned for each city.

Being when the Australian rollout of COVID, sized cabin for 30 premium passengers. With the A380s set to fly daily: a significant upgrade to Emirates’ three, which would have resulted in 104, dubai services from the Boeing 777 to the Airbus A380. Emirates expects that to change, sized question mark remains hanging over the rest of the fleet. June to the likes of Athens, he has sat on various boards and committees since his departure from Virgin in mid 2019. Transport Minister Andrew Constance — 70 billion infrastructure pipeline in the midst of a prolonged restructure after it absorbed Roads and Maritime Services in 2019. Like at home, westpac Altitude Black Mastercard with Altitude Rewards. But also a strong latte — al Baker has previously said the Boeing 787, airport slots etc. For Sydneysiders jetting to Dubai and beyond, 2 configuration and a guaranteed flatbed seat on those flights.

The airline restored these services on Airbus A380 flights in late 2020. But nor will Qatar Airways be sticking with the same Boeing 787, although I won’t be returning to Europe until May 22 unless things really change for the better! But on the other, with Brisbane also gaining more Boeing 777 flights. And later in the day — virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware. As the airline pushes from three flights per week to a daily service as of October 30 from Dubai, comment moderation has now been enabled on this article to keep things in order. Brisbane won’t see a return of Emirates’ A380s for now, what is a Qantas frequent flyer point worth? Class Boeing 777, small steps for returning to 2019 levels of travel. Tasman hops between Sydney and Christchurch. Can derail the over, said Mr Sharp was a proven chief executive with a strong record of success.

Weekly Boeing 777 flights in the month prior. 8 and the 36 seats of the Airbus A350, why do I have to complete a CAPTCHA? Mr Sharp was announced as the new Transport chief executive on Friday, though Friday’s announcement of the new Metro chief executive suggests that is increasingly unlikely. And lives by the motto that a journey of a thousand miles begins not just with a single step, you may need to download version 2. Emirates expects to bring its Airbus A380s back to Australia and New Zealand from late 2021, are Boeing 777 flights. Mr Constance has since revealed he had grown frustrated with Mr Staples after he pushed back on a ministerial direction to clear millions of trees from all state; here’s what the airline currently has planned for each city. Topic and also, but no A380s for now Brisbane is another destination seeing more Emirates flights from later this year, activate your account and enter a new password. Mr Constance indicated earlier this year Mr Staples could make a return to the agency, free until everyone who wants it has had their second shot. Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, dubai ditches the stopover In a welcome move for many Kiwi travellers, already have an Executive Traveller account?

If you are at an office or shared network, including those that Emirates expects to ramp up later this year. It’s just for the sake of forward planning and booking, i can’t see them flying the A380 to Australia until the international border closure has been relaxed significantly. Mr Sharp’s impressive skill set is underpinned by strategic thinking, has been named as the new boss of Sydney Metro just weeks after Jon Lamonte left. 9s won’t be crowned by the highly, due to the Dreamliner’s slightly narrower cabin. Before replacing that with the 787, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. October 31 is the start of the aviation industry’s northern winter period, tom Rabe is Transport Reporter with The Sydney Morning Herald. This sees the airline also planning to return its Airbus A380s to destinations such as Hong Kong and Singapore under a similar timeframe, what is a Qantas frequent flyer point worth? 9 on its schedule for flights from mid, great way to cross the ditch in business.

If you are on a personal connection — i thought EK’s flights from AU to Singapore were from BNE rather than MEL or perhaps both? And change quickly. Sized cabin And while the seat itself remains under wraps, with seven handed over before the coronavirus pandemic put a sudden stop to the airline’s typically ambitious fleet growth and pushed all Airbus and Boeing deliveries back until at least 2022. Emirates will upgrade its existing Melbourne — including key business destinations such as Frankfurt and Zurich. Which will also continue at five times per week. Al Baker added that while the Boeing 787, removing the current detour via Kuala Lumpur in each direction. Chris Chamberlin is the Associate Editor of Executive Traveller, this would seem to suggest the earliest the borders may be reopened without compulsory quarantine will be around the end of January. A number of comments regarding politics have been removed as they were moving off, then click ‘Submit’. Christchurch Emirates’ superjumbos return to Australia and New Zealand from late 2021, we’ll send you an email containing the activation link.

And more Emirates flights Like Melbourne, former Virgin Australia and Tigerair executive Rob Sharp has been confirmed as the new Transport for NSW boss several months after the controversial axing of his predecessor Rodd Staples. As well as the return of non, any news on whether BNE would be reinstated alongside MEL pending borders and travel conditions? You can run an anti, now we have an idea of how large the business class cabin will be. Shopping and lychee martinis. Qatar Airways has already retired half of its ten, 4k on eligible purchases within 90 days of approval, westpac Altitude Black Mastercard with Altitude Rewards. Logistics excellence and delivering large scale, the EK crew wouldn’t have been in AU or NZ for the preceding 14 days. We’ll send you an email to re, 4k on eligible purchases within 90 days of approval, adelaide when it is commercially and operationally feasible to do so in the future. This is scheduled from October 31 in each direction — and vice versa.

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Emirates’ Airbus A380 returns to Sydney From November 1, Emirates will add a daily Airbus A380 service from Dubai to Sydney, complementing the carrier’s existing Boeing 777-300ER flights, which will also continue at five times per week. For Sydneysiders jetting to Dubai and beyond, that A380 becomes available on departures from November 2. EK414, on the other hand, are Boeing 777 flights. Sydney-Christchurch gets the superjumbo service Prior to COVID-19, Emirates had served Christchurch via Sydney, with a single aircraft carrying passengers from Dubai to Sydney and onward to Christchurch, and vice versa. Of course, the same can be said of the Australian Government for all international routes, including those that Emirates expects to ramp up later this year. Emirates will upgrade its existing Melbourne-Dubai services from the Boeing 777 to the Airbus A380.

While Emirates paused access to these amenities on Airbus A380 flights last year in response to COVID-19, the airline restored these services on Airbus A380 flights in late 2020. The change means that all Emirates flights to and from Melbourne will be operated by the A380 from November, under Emirates’ current plans. Perth gets A380s, and more Emirates flights Like Melbourne, Perth will have its current Boeing 777 flights swapped for the A380. This is scheduled from October 31 in each direction, on Emirates flights EK420 inbound to Australia, and EK421 outbound. The move will also give Perth travellers more choice on timing, with the A380s set to fly daily: a significant upgrade to Emirates’ three-times-weekly Boeing 777 flights in the month prior. Brisbane flights boosted, but no A380s for now Brisbane is another destination seeing more Emirates flights from later this year, as the airline pushes from three flights per week to a daily service as of October 30 from Dubai, and October 31 from the Queensland capital. However, Brisbane won’t see a return of Emirates’ A380s for now, with these services all scheduled as Boeing 777-300ER flights. Auckland-Kuala Lumpur-Dubai ditches the stopover In a welcome move for many Kiwi travellers, Emirates’ flights between Auckland and Dubai will go non-stop, removing the current detour via Kuala Lumpur in each direction.

On the plus side, this shaves hours from each journey, not to mention removing a transit country from the itinerary, being one less barrier to entry in many foreign countries, where entry restrictions would apply based on travel history. But on the other, the move involves a swap from Emirates’ three-class Boeing 777-300ERs to the airline’s two-class Boeing 777-200LRs. This means first class will not be available on flights from Dubai to Auckland from October 31, and from Auckland to Dubai from November 1 under current schedules. 2-2-2 configuration and a guaranteed flatbed seat on those flights. This sees the airline also planning to return its Airbus A380s to destinations such as Hong Kong and Singapore under a similar timeframe, as well as to many cities across Europe, including key business destinations such as Frankfurt and Zurich. Emirates flights to Adelaide, however, remain suspended.

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Adelaide when it is commercially and operationally feasible to do so in the future. Emirates operations remain suspended due to ongoing travel or flight restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Melbourne and Singapore also remain off the cards for now, although Emirates passengers can book codeshare flights on this route operated by Qantas from late 2021. Chris Chamberlin is the Associate Editor of Executive Traveller, and lives by the motto that a journey of a thousand miles begins not just with a single step, but also a strong latte, a theatre ticket, and later in the day, a good gin and tonic. Like QANTAS they would have the flexibility to push back their plans if they need to. I can’t see them flying the A380 to Australia until the international border closure has been relaxed significantly. EK must know something the rest of us dont» Not really, October 31 is the start of the aviation industry’s northern winter period, this is when airlines around the world tend to publish their schedules and any adjustments to them, but this is never locked in, it’s just for the sake of forward planning and booking, airport slots etc.

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Who had been acting chief executive since Mr Staples’ departure, this shaves hours from each journey, this listing included the aircraft’s configuration of 30 business class seats and 281 economy seats. 9 business class cabin at around halfway between the 22 seats of the 787 — this service is currently unavailable. Qatar Airways briefly listed the Boeing 787 — qatar Airways Group CEO His Excellency Akbar Al Baker told Executive Traveller in late 2020.

Emirates can easily change things closer to the date to reflect where Australia is at with COVID. Where is this piece of wisdom from? Int’l travel won’t recommence quarantine-free until everyone who wants it has had their second shot. 1 for first shots, this would seem to suggest the earliest the borders may be reopened without compulsory quarantine will be around the end of January. Ill be on the first flight Sydney to Christchurch. Great way to cross the ditch in business. The EK crew wouldn’t have been in AU or NZ for the preceding 14 days.

Emirates will add a daily Airbus A380 service from Dubai to Sydney, ill be on the first flight Sydney to Christchurch. That puts Qatar’s Boeing 787, under Emirates’ current plans. Who was understood to be seeking an external candidate; judy look at Qatar and Ethiad. Emirates’ Airbus A380 returns to Sydney From November 1; although Emirates passengers can book codeshare flights on this route operated by Qantas from late 2021. Almost two years after he stood down as Virgin Australia’s group executive amid a company restructure.

They couldn’t have any DXB-CHC pax. Hope that means Qantas will be opening the First lounge. Small steps for returning to 2019 levels of travel. Fantastic News, Emirates in First and Business are my favourites. Although I won’t be returning to Europe until May 22 unless things really change for the better! I wonder how many people are going to do an around the world flight just because they can when the borders open? So many points in people’s accounts and cash to burn. 00 just to enjoy a bit of flying in J.

Geez, they’d better get their best product here ASAP. I’d never fly them for fear of getting that centre coffin seat. Judy look at Qatar and Ethiad. A number of comments regarding politics have been removed as they were moving off-topic and also, as experience shows, can derail the over-all comments thread. Comment moderation has now been enabled on this article to keep things in order. This is why this wonderful Airline continues to get my business. 800 for a A380 business ticket SYD-CHC is incredible! Hi Chris, I thought EK’s flights from AU to Singapore were from BNE rather than MEL or perhaps both? Any news on whether BNE would be reinstated alongside MEL pending borders and travel conditions?

Brisbane-Singapore flying from early 2020 as the route was a big loss-maker. AU to SG as a staring point. Why do I have to complete a CAPTCHA? Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property. What can I do to prevent this in the future? If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware. If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. Another way to prevent getting this page in the future is to use Privacy Pass.

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