Qantas announces direct flights to Italy | Wine And Food Traveller

Qantas announces direct flights to Italy

Why is Qantas launching a direct Italy flight?

As popular as stopover destinations such as Singapore and Hong Kong are on the way to Europe – CEO Alan Joyce said COVID-19 has made stopovers (at least in third countries) less appealing if at all possible.

And while many destinations in Europe would be popular this coming northern summer, Italy was the most compelling for Qantas to capitalise on.

“There’s strong evidence the pandemic is making non-stop flights between Australia and the rest of world even more desirable as we learn to live with the virus and its variants,” he said.

“Italy is the largest market for us in continental Europe for people visiting family and friends from Australia, and we think customers will love flying direct to one of the world’s great cities to spend time with loved ones or enjoy Italy.

“After the restrictions of the past few years, it’s the ideal time to reinvigorate our international network and we’ll continue to look for new opportunities.”

Qantas will offer onward connections to 16 further destinations including Milan and Venice in Italy as well as a handful of destinations of neighbouring countries including Athens, Paris and Nice

And I just received this  from Qantas.

Buongiorno Rome

Qantas welcomes a new seasonal flight, Sydney-Perth-Rome, flying three times per week on our 787 Dreamliner from 22 June 2022 through to 6 October 2022.* Connections to 16 destinations in Europe including Athens, Barcelona, Frankfurt, Nice, Madrid and Paris will be available as well as 15 destinations within Italy including Florence, Milan and Venice.

To celebrate this exciting announcement, we’re taking off with another Points Plane. For a limited time, every available seat on the first return Qantas flight between Sydney and Rome is able to be booked as a Classic Flight Reward seat. Don’t miss out, book by 21 December 2021 to secure your seat.~

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