QANTAS Airways will today launch flights to the heart of Australia to bring Australian and international visitors to the red center and the world-famous Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park.
Qantas will operate four flights a week on a Boeing 737-800 aircraft between Sydney and Uluru on a Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday to support the iconic tourism destination’s post-pandemic recovery.
These new Qantas flights will be in addition to existing Jetstar flights from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to Uluṟu taking the total Qantas Group flights to 18 weekly return flights in time for the upcoming peak tourist season.
Uluru features in the opening scene of Qantas’ latest reinvention of its iconic ‘Still Call Australia Home’ campaign, which launched on Friday.
With the inclusion of Uluṟu, the Qantas Group has launched 52 new domestic routes, including since the start of the global pandemic, as Australians seek out new holiday adventures both at home and overseas.
In other news, QANTAS will join the NFT market:
A new way to own a piece of Qantas history is on its way.
We’re looking to the future for our next collection of memorabilia. A new set of digital art collectables is gearing up for release as non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
Using blockchain technology, each piece of digital artwork will be one-of-a-kind allowing you to buy, own, collect and sell your unique tokens.
In a world-first, the initial buyer of a Qantas NFT will be able to earn Qantas Points^, with more exciting future benefits for Qantas NFT holders underway.
Stay tuned for more details in the lead up to a mid-year release. Qantas NFTs will be released with net zero emissions, using low-carbon platforms and carbon offsetting.