SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s Qantas Airways Ltd (AX:) said on Monday that pilots had voted in favor of a pay deal that would pave the way for the airline to fly the world’s longest non-stop commercial flights from Sydney to London.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the airline has canceled all of its international flights through at least the end of May and pushed a decision on whether to order up to 12 Airbus SE (PA:) A350-1000 planes for the flights to the end of the year from an earlier deadline of end-March.
If the order proceeds, the flights could start in the first half of 2023.
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