This request is for the new Qantas “New Roo” 2017 livery (announced in 2016) on the Boeing 787-9. The Qantas 787 livery in Infinite Flight is of the old 2007 livery and was never confirmed by Qantas as the livery that will be used on their 787s. The registration for this aircraft is VH-ZNA, MSN 39038.
VH-ZNA rolling out of the paint shop on September 21, 2017. Expected delivery October 12.
Credits to Qantas
Qantas placed orders for 8 787-9 aircraft on 30 March, 2006. After 4 787-9 aircraft are delivered to Qantas, 2 747-400s will be phased out. Once the other 4 787-9s arrive, another 3 747-400s will also be phased out, leaving no 747s left in Qantas’ fleet. All of Qantas’ 11 Boeing 787-8 aircraft orders were delivered to Jetstar, with the first delivery flight having taken place on 30 September, 2013. All of Qantas Group’s 787s are/will be fitted with GEnx engines.
Qantas Airways (IATA: QF, ICAO: QFA) is the flag carrier of Australia, having been founded on 16 November 1920 in Winton, Queensland, Australia. The airline commenced operations in March of 1921. Qantas uses the slogan “The Spirit of Australia,” is part of the Oneworld alliance, uses the Qantas Frequent Flyer program, is headquartered in Mascot, Sydney, Australia and uses Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney Airports as main hubs. Leigh Clifford is Qantas’ chairman, and Alan Joyce is the CEO. Qantas and its subsidiaries (including QantasLink, Jetstar, Jetconnect, Network Aviation, Qantas Freight, Australian Air Express, Sunstate Airlines, Eastern Australia Airlines and Express Freighters Australia) serve around 85 destinations with a fleet of 365 aircraft, including:
- Boeing 717-200
- Boeing 737-300F
- Boeing 737-400F
- Boeing 737-800
- Boeing 747-400
- Boeing 767-300F
- Boeing 787-8
- Airbus A320-200
- Airbus A321-200
- Airbus A330-200
- Airbus A330-300
- Airbus A380-800
- De Havilland DHC-8-200
- Bombardier Dash 8-Q200
- Bombardier Dash 8-Q300
- Bombardier Dash 8-Q400
- Fokker F100
Qantas has previously operated Boeing 707, 737-300, 737-400, 747SP, 747-200, 747-300, 767-200, 767-300, Airbus A300, BAe 146-100, 146-200, 146-300, De Havilland DHC-8-100 and DHC-8-300 aircraft.
Qantas only has 787-9 aircraft on order, and A320neo aircraft are predicted to be ordered for Jetstar. They are also looking into ordering the 737MAX-8 for Qantas domestic services.
Find out more about Qantas’ Dreamliner here: https://dreamliner.qantas.com
You can keep track of Qantas aircraft in the new livery below:
The old request for this livery was closed