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Qantas to bring forward the wet lease of four additional aircraft from Alliance AVIATOR Qantas to bring forward the wet lease of four additional aircraft from Alliance

Alliance today announces it has received a request from Qantas Airways Limited (“Qantas”) to bring forward the entry into service dates for wet lease options 23 to 26, as announced to the market on 19 October 2023, bringing forward the available date for each aircraft by several weeks.

These four additional committed aircraft will progressively enter service with Qantas through to June 2024 bringing the total aircraft in service to 26.

A further four options remain to be called.

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