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Qantas Airways Ltd. 081 Some Service Impacts Yes 19 Jan 2024

19 Jan 24

Terminal Service Fee invoices
Published 17 January 2024

Distribution has commenced for past international Terminal Service Fees. Invoices will be distributed via email to the normal recipients for invoices as follows:

From 10 Jan 2024, covering the period of 24 to 30 Sep 2023
From 16 Jan 2024, covering the period of 1 to 7 Oct 2023.
All remaining outstanding invoices will be distributed in the coming weeks and we'll keep you updated on when they're available.

14 Jun 22

Qantas Freight is launching a fully integrated platform that revolutionizes freight lodgments and collections at their international terminals by improving data quality and security, reducing paperwork, and streamlining the terminal experience to move freight faster. For more details, visit:

02 Jun 22

In May 2022, Qantas commenced a trial with three of the leading fire-resistant (FRC) ULD manufacturers - Nordisk, Safran, and Satco - to test a range of LAY FRC containers across the network. Up to 12 FRC units (10 LAYs and 2 AAYs) will be introduced to their ULD range for use on domestic Australia flights before the trial expands to include their international network. The trial of FRC units will be limited to the main deck of the following freighter aircraft types:
• B737F
• A321F
• B767F

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