Qantas announces new services to Europe
Article by Mozo
Qantas has introduced a number of revised routes that will make it easier for Aussies to travel to Europe.
The airline has announced that one-stop services from Melbourne and Sydney will be available to customers from March 31st 2013.
Chief executive officer of Qantas International Simon Hickey said the flights will stop off in Dubai on their way to London.
He also highlighted the huge potential of a possible link up with major Middle Eastern carrier Emirates.
"The proposed partnership with Emirates will offer Qantas customers one-stop access to more than 30 destinations in Europe compared with the five we offer now," he remarked.
This is great news for Aussies who wish to take advantage of the strong Aussie dollar by taking a tour around Europe.
With one dollar currently worth 63 British pence and 0.79 euros, people from down under can afford to take plenty of overseas travel money on their trip.
It is also worth looking for a multi-currency travel credit card, as these allow you to add numerous different types of money on to one piece of plastic, which is far more convenient than exchanging your cash every time you visit a new country.
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