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Cumartesi, 20 Nisan 2024

Qantas Update on QF32 and Qantas A380 Operations


yesterday’s QF32 engine failure and air return to Sydney. This flight will depart Singapore at 10.30am


local time.


Qantas has done everything possible to assist customers in Singapore who were provided with


overnight accommodation and meals.


Customers in Los Angeles affected by Qantas’ suspension of A380 operations have also been


accommodated, while arrangements are made to get them on flights to Australia as soon as possible.


Qantas has liaised closely with Rolls-Royce and Airbus overnight in an effort to understand the cause


of the incident.


The airline is also supporting the ATSB as it commences its investigation into the incident.


More than 70 Qantas international flights, serviced by other fleet types, will operate into and out of


Australia today as scheduled.


Flight update:


today’s QF93 service (Melbourne-Los Angeles), normally operated by an A380, has been delayed


by 24 hours


QF12 and QF108 (both Los Angeles-Sydney) and QF94 (Los Angeles-Melbourne) have also been


delayed by 24 hours. These flights were scheduled to depart Los Angeles on 4 November local


QF11 (Sydney-Los Angeles) and QF31 (Sydney-London via Singapore) will operate to schedule,


with B747-400 aircraft replacing A380 aircraft


QF10 (London-Singapore) on 5 November will be operated by a B777 aircraft chartered from


British Airways. A decision will be made later this morning regarding customers with onward travel


to Melbourne


Customers have been contacted regarding these flight changes.


Qantas will provide further updates later today. Updates will also be provided an


Background Information on QF32


A Qantas A380 aircraft operating QF32 from Singapore to Sydney experienced an engine issue soon


after take off and returned to Singapore.





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