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Qantas has announced a program of events to farewell its last remaining Boeing 747 and provide Australians the opportunity to say goodbye to the “Queen of the Skies” ahead of its retirement from the national carrier’s fleet.The flights will go on sale at midday on Wednesday 8 July and will operate on Monday 13 July (Sydney), Wednesday 15 July (Brisbane) and Friday 17 July (Canberra).
Economy fares cost $400 and a small number of business-class tickets will be available for $747, with additional extras included.
Seats will be limited to maximise passenger comfort (in line with other previously operated ‘joy flights’).
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