Qantas Freight has added Dallas Fort Worth to its weekly round trip connecting Australia with China and US.
The Boeing 747-400 Freighter service will stop in Dallas from 9 June, and then every Thursday after that. Qantas says the Dallas stop will be ideal for bringing electronics, e-commerce and general cargo into the USA from China and energy, mining and aerospace products from the USA to Australia.
Qantas chief executive officer – international and freight, Gareth Evans says: “Qantas Freight has operated a well-supported freighter route between Australia, China and the USA for twelve consecutive years. We are pleased to keep meeting the needs of our customers by adding another southern USA freight gateway into our scheduling.”
Flight number QF7521 will leave Sydney on Tuesdays at 15.20h, landing in Chongqing on Wednesday at 00.15h, before leaving again at 01.45h bound for Shanghai. It will land in Shanghai 04.00h, leaving again at 19.45h bound for Chicago, landing again at 22.15h.
The return flight will leave Chicago on Thursdays at 00.15h, and land in Dallas at 02.30h. It will leave Dallas at 04.30h, landing in Los Angeles at 12.40h, before departing again at 14.40h, and arriving back in Sydney at 17.25h on Friday.