In news this week, Qantas plans to finally resume flights to San Francisco after a long hiatus due to COVID-19. Delta will add New Zealand to its route map in the fall and will be expanding its transatlantic schedule this spring. The European low-cost airline plans to add service from the United States to Italy. There are also international flight news from Ethiopian Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines. Southwest Airlines’ holiday meltdown had a significant negative impact on its fourth quarter results, prompting the Department of Transportation to expand its investigation into the airline. Alaska Airlines plans to bring high-speed satellite Wi-Fi to its regional jets. San Jose’s airport has officially changed its name, but it’s not very big. SFO will close the runway for two months this spring. Seattle Tacoma’s Centurion his lounge closed. And travelers to New York have a new low-cost option for traveling from JFK Airport to Manhattan.
Rival United currently operates three routes from San Francisco to Australia, — New services to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra — Qantas has some work to do to catch up and it will launch this spring.According to an Australian trade magazine Executive TravelerQantas has decided to resume service between SFO and Sydney, which was suspended on 22nd May, with three flights per week. The airline originally planned to resume service on the route three years ago, but it was postponed in October last year, until his March this year, and now he is scheduled to resume in May. has been postponed to No word yet on when Qantas will resume his SFO flights from Melbourne and Brisbane.