Travellers taking flights on Qantas airlines may be pleased to hear the carrier is now running a full service.

Qantas has announced that all people with flights to Australia and other countries will be able to fly as the airline is now running a full service again.

The carrier stated that all of its scheduled journeys will be taking place today (November 1st 2011) with all of the passengers that had trips disrupted by recent industrial action now having been accommodated on flights.

It stated that since flights began again yesterday, it has operated 348 domestic flights and 105 international trips.

“Qantas sincerely regrets the impact on customers of industrial action over recent months and looks forward to a rapid recovery and period of stability,” the company added in a statement.

People who choose to take flights to Australia with Qantas now have the choice of flying to more rural locations in Queensland after the airline expanded its offering to the region, with journeys now taking place between Cairns and Weipa and Charleville and Brisbane.

Written by Anthony Nicholson

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