the tenth anniversary of the oneworld alliance Qantas has announced that two of
its aircraft (a Boeing 747-400 and an Airbus A330-200) will be painted
in Oneworld livery.
full media release from Qantas can be read below:
announced today that two of its aircraft would carry special oneworld
livery to mark the alliance’s tenth anniversary this year.
Executive of Qantas, Mr Alan Joyce, said that as a founding member of oneworld,
Qantas was strongly committed to the alliance and the benefits it delivered to
and its customers have benefited greatly from our oneworld membership
over the last 10 years,” Mr Joyce said.
able to offer a genuinely global range of products and services that would not
be possible without the alliance, including round the world fares and
reciprocal lounge and loyalty program access.
mark this important milestone in the alliance’s history, a Qantas Boeing
747-400 and an Airbus A330-200 will be flying with oneworld livery. The
Boeing 747-400 will operate its first service with the new livery on Saturday
28 February as QF73 from
A330-200 will be in operation by the end of March.”
addition to the new aircraft livery, Qantas will participate in a number of Oneworld
anniversary activities throughout the year, including airport and Frequent
airline is also participating in oneworld’s 10 per cent off for 10
weeks sale which offers a 10 per cent discount on all oneworld
Explorer round-the-world bookings made until 12 April 2009.
can save up to $470 on the six continent oneworld Explorer round-the-world
Class, $1,379 in Business Class and $1,779 in First Class.
details of oneworld tenth anniversary promotions and activities can be
found at qantas.com and oneworld.com