What we’re reading: Qantas ordered to resume flights, ANA eyes US west coast for 787 flight, Canada’s newest airport

by Stephanus Surjaputra on October 31, 2011

Qantas ordered to resume flights by tribunal ruling

Fair Works Australia has ordered the resumption of Qantas flights and unions to return to the bargaining table.

Fair Work Australia issued its ruling after hearing evidence from the airline, unions and government at an emergency session in Melbourne.

Qantas had wanted the ruling and said it expected some flights could now resume within hours.

ANA eyes US West Coast for 787 destination

All Nippon Airways is studying the US west coast for its next 787 destination.

The Japanese carrier, which began 787 services Oct. 26 with an inaugural flight to Tokyo Narita (NRT)-Hong Kong (HKG) (ATW Daily News, Oct. 27) wants to expand its European and North American network with the 787.

“The 787 is said to be a game changer and it will allow us to expand our network,” ANA president and CEO Shinichiro Ito said.

Now boarding: Canada’s newest, coolest airport

Welcome to Canada’s newest airport: The James Armstrong Richardson International Airport in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

From the abundance of sunlight and the almost complete lack of walls to the latest in technology and the abundance of retailers, it might remind you of airports you were in once where you spotted something cool and said, “we should have that in Winnipeg.”

Well, wish no longer because now all those cool things have been brought together in one place.

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