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FOREIGN AIRLINES OPERATING SERVICES TO WA

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A

AirAsia

AirAsia is Asia’s largest low-cost airlinAir Asia X logoe but is also a group of low-cost airlines in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. Two of the group’s airlines operate services to Perth – AirAsia X and Indonesia AirAsia.

AirAsia X (IATA Code: D7 / ICAO Code: XAX)

AirAsia X is the long-haul low-cost franchise affiliate of AirAsia, based at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Sepang, Malaysia. It commenced regular operations on 2 November 2007.

AirAsia X commenced operations between Perth and Kuala Lumpur on 2 November 2008 with their then newly-delivered Airbus A330-343X 9M-XXA.

AirAsiaX operates Airbus A330-300s twice daily between Kuala Lumpur and Perth. Fleet list updated as at 7 Nov 2017.

9M-XBA Airbus A330-343X 1619 ‘Poetic Xcellence’. First visit to Perth and Australia and first revenue flight 18 May 2016.
9M-XBB Airbus A330-343X 1646 First visit 7 June 2016
9M-XBC Airbus A330-343X 1659 First visit to Perth and Australia and first revenue flight 28 February 2016
9M-XXA Airbus A330-343X 952 Thank you All Stars – AirAsia X Turns 9′ livery. First visit 2 November 2008
9M-XXB Airbus A330-343X 974 ‘Xhilaration!’ (name not painted on aircraft). First visit 3 January 2009
9M-XXC Airbus A330-343X 1048 ‘Midnight Xcapade’. First visit 2 October 2009
9M-XXD Airbus A330-343X 1066 ‘Soaring Xpectations’. First visit 23 November 2009
9M-XXE Airbus A330-343X 1075 ‘Pioneering Xpedition’. First visit 29 January 2010
9M-XXF Airbus A330-343X 1126 “10 Xciting Years – Making the world a smaller place” livery. ‘Northern Xposure’  First visit 15 July 2010
9M-XXG Airbus A330-343X 1131 ‘Southern Xross’. First visit 27 September 2010
9M-XXH Airbus A330-343X 1165 ‘Anaz – The Legend / A truly passionate all-star / Spirit of AirAsia’ livery. First visit 24 November 2010.
9M-XXI Airbus A330-343X 1411 ‘Xakura Blossom’. First visit 28 April 2013.
9M-XXJ Airbus A330-343X 1423 Harmonious DiverXity‘. First visit 27 June 2013.
9M-XXK Airbus A330-343X 1433 ‘Xklusive’. First visit 19 July 2013.
9M-XXM Airbus A330-343X 741 All-white livery – leased to Air Algerie. First visit 24 September 2013.
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X 1481 ‘Pac Man – Manny Pacquiao’ livery. ‘Xiao Long Bao’. First visit 24 January 2014.
9M-XXS Airbus A330-343X 1533 ‘Xiaolin Spirit’. First visit 15 June 2014.
9M-XXT Airbus A330-343X 1549 ‘Xcintillating PhoeniX’ livery. First visit 21 August 2014
9M-XXU Airbus A330-343X 1581 ‘X-Men Apocalypse’ livery. ‘Rhythmic Xperience’. First visit 16 December 2014
9M-XXV Airbus A330-343X 1589 ‘Global Xpansion’. First visit 30 December 2014
9M-XXW Airbus A330-343X 1596 First visit 30 January 2015.
9M-XXY Airbus A330-343X 1600 First visit 22 February 2015.
9M-XXZ Airbus A330-343X 1612 ‘Son of Xcalibur’. First visit to Perth and Australia and first revenue flight 7 May 2015

Air Asia logoIndonesia AirAsia (IATA code: QZ)

Indonesia AirAsia is the Indonesia-based subsidiary of the AirAsia group, based at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta.

The airline commenced daily flights between Perth and Denpasar (Bali) on 17 July 2009, initially one flight per day. The first service was flown by Airbus A320 PK-AXF.

It now operates Airbus A320 aircraft three times per day between Denpasar (Bali) and Perth. Fleet list (correct as at 7 Nov 2017):

PK-AXD Airbus A320-216 3182 First visit 5 October 2013.
PK-AXE Airbus A320-216 3715 First visit ?
PK-AXR Airbus A320-216 2881 (not yet visited Australia)
PK-AXS Airbus A320-216 2885 “Wow” livery (not yet visited Australia)
PK-AXT Airbus A320-216 3486 (not yet visited Australia)
PK-AXU Airbus A320-216 3549 (not yet visited Australia)
PK-AXV Airbus A320-216 4889 (not yet visited Australia)
PK-AXX Airbus A320-216 5215 First visit 8 August 2014.
PK-AXY Airbus A320-216 5239 First visit 15 November 2014. ‘Turn Back Crime / Interpol’ livery
PK-AZA Airbus A320-216 5165 (not yet visited Australia)
PK-AZD Airbus A320-216 (sharklets) 5627 First visit 25 October 2013.
PK-AZE Airbus A320-216 (sharklets) 5098 First visit 22 October 2013. First production A320 with sharklets.
PK-AZF Airbus A320-216 (sharklets) 5706 First visit 3 January 2013. ‘8,000th Airbus’ logo near forward cabin door
PK-AZG Airbus A320-216 (sharklets) 5657 (not yet visited Australia)
PK-AZH Airbus A320-216 5325 (not yet visited Australia)
PK-AZI Airbus A320-216 5200 (not yet visited Australia)
PK-AZJ Airbus A320-216 5153 (not yet visited Australia)

 

Air Mauritius logoAir Mauritius (IATA code: MK)

Air Mauritius commenced weekly “scheduled charter” services between Mauritius and Perth from 29 November 1991, using Boeing 747SP aircraft. The first service was operated by 747SP 3B-NAR. Scheduled charter operations were used as the Commonwealth Government had not yet given approval for full airline services on the route. From 4 April 1992, Boeing 767-200ER were used on the service. Finally in January 1994, the airline received approval for full scheduled airline services, and from 10 January 1995, the A340-300 was used. From 4 December 2009, the A330-200 was used, with 3B-NBM on the first service. From 31 March 2013, Air Mauritius introduced a third weekly service, and also changed the flight numbers from MK940/MK941 to MK440/MK441.

Fleet list correct as at 7 Nov 2017:

3B-NBL Airbus A330-202 1057 50 Years titles. “Nénuphar”. First visit 11 December 2009.
3B-NBM Airbus A330-202 883 “Trochetia”. First visit 4 December 2009.

Air New Zealand logoAir New Zealand (IATA code: NZ)

Air New Zealand commenced operations to Perth from Auckland from 3 December 1981, initially using DC-10-30 aircraft once per week, with the first service flown by ZK-NZL. From 1984, Boeing 747-200 aircraft operated the service. From 28 March 1986, Boeing 767-200ER aircraft operated the service. From December 1988, the service was operated three times per week, but later became a daily service, operated with the larger 767-300ER. From 3 September 2012, the services were operated by Boeing 777-219ER.

Air New Zealand commenced Boeing 787-9 services between Auckland and Perth from 12 September 2014, with the first visit by ZK-NZE. This was the first visit by a Boeing 787 to Perth.

During summer months, Air New Zealand also operates direct flights between Christchurch and Perth, using Boeing 787-9 aircraft.

Fleet list updated 7 Nov 2017:

ZK-NZC Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 41988/126 First Boeing 787-9 built. First visit 3 September 2015.
ZK-NZD Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 41989/133 First visit 6 August 2015.
ZK-NZE Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 34334/169 Black special livery. First Boeing 787 to visit Perth. First visit 12 September 2014
ZK-NZF Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 34335/213 First visit 7 October 2014.
ZK-NZG Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 37963/236 First visit 10 December 2014.
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 37964/351 First visit 5 November 2015.
ZK-NZI Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 37965/456 First visit 2 August 2016.
ZK-NZJ Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 37966/468 First visit 16 September 2016
ZK-NZK Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 43217/490 First visit 18 October 2016
ZK-NZL Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 43218/607 First visit 16 October 2017
ZK-NZM Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 38180/624 First visit 2 December 2017

B

Batik Air Indonesia (IATA code: ID / ICAO code: BTK) http://logonoid.com/images/batik-air-logo.png

Batik is a full-service subsidiary of Indonesia’s Lion Air Group, which also operates Malaysia joint venture Malindo Air (being rebranded as Batik Air Malaysia), which commenced services on the Kuala Lumpur – Perth route during 2015, using its Boeing 737-800 and -900ER aircraft.

Batik Air Indonesia had first announced in December 2016 that it intended to start Perth services in December 2016 or January 2017, following receipt of a CASA Air Operators Certificate on 25 November 2016. In November 2016, Batik Air also passed the IATA Operational Safety Audit, or IOSA. However, the services did not commence when originally planned and on 17 March 2017, the airline’s CEO said that this was due to a lack of suitable air traffic slots at Denpasar. In May 2017, the airline finally announced that services would start on 21 June 2017.

Batik Air Indonesia commenced twice daily Bali-Perth services on 21 June 2017, with the arrival of the first Airbus A320 service from Denpasar into Perth (flight ID6007) at 12:29AM on 22 June 2017.

The first service was operated by PK-LAQ, an Airbus A320-214 (WL) (MSN 6722), originally delivered to the airline in September 2015, configured with 12 Business and 144 Economy seats. The service departed as ID6008, with the same aircraft returning in the afternoon to operate the ID6005/ID6006 service. PK-LAQ and another A320, PK-LAJ, alternated each day on these services.

From 20 July 2017 (arrived into Perth 21 July 2017), the services were operated by Boeing 737-800, the initial flight operated by PK-LDG, alternating with PK-LDQ.

Since 27 July 2017 (arriving into Perth 28 July 2017), the airline uses Boeing 737-900ER aircraft, the initial flight operated by PK-LBI.

Batik Air 737-900 fleet list updated 7 Nov 2017:

PK-LBG Boeing 737-9GP ER 38688/4414 First visit 4 Aug 2017.
PK-LBH Boeing 737-9GP ER 38730/4430 First visit 17 Oct 2017.
PK-LBI Boeing 737-9GP ER 38743/4711 First visit 28 July 2017.
PK-LBJ Boeing 737-9GP ER 38742/4726 First visit 29 July 2017.
PK-LBM Boeing 737-9GP ER 38689/4441 (not yet visited Perth)
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GP ER 38731/4463 First visit 2 Aug 2017.0

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Cathay Pacific logoCathay Pacific Airways (IATA Code: CX / ICAO Code: CPA)

Cathay Pacific commenced services to Perth on 4 February 1970 using Convair 880 VR-HFZ flying Hong Kong –Kuala Lumpur – Perth. Over the years, they have used the Convair 880, Boeing 707-320C, Lockheed L-1011 TriStar, Boeing 747-200B, 747-300, and 747-400.

The Airbus A330-300 and A340-300 were the two types currently used on the Hong Kong-Perth route, since 1996 and 1997 respectively. The A340-300 was later withdrawn from Perth services, with the last A340 service on 24 October 2012, leaving the A330-300 on all services.

On 28 October 2017 (arriving Perth 29 October 2017), Cathay Pacific introduced the Airbus A350-900, replacing the A330-300 on the night CX171/CX170 service. B-LRQ operated the initial A350 service. Morning CX133/CX142 services are still operated by the A330-300.

Listed below are Cathay Pacific aircraft which visit Perth. Correct as at 7 Nov 2017.

B-HLM Airbus A330-343X 386 First visit ?
B-HLN Airbus A330-343X 389
B-HLO Airbus A330-343X 393
B-HLP Airbus A330-343X 418 First visit 25 April 2002
B-HLQ Airbus A330-343X 420
B-HLR Airbus A330-343X 421
B-HLS Airbus A330-343X 423
B-HLT Airbus A330-343X 439 First visit 19 January 2002
B-HLU Airbus A330-343X 539 Oneworld livery. First visit 28 October 2003
B-HLV Airbus A330-343X 548
B-HLW Airbus A330-343X 565
B-LAC Airbus A330-343X 679
B-LAD Airbus A330-343X 776 First visit 26-27 October 2008
B-LAE Airbus A330-343X 850 First visit 31 August – 1 September 2008
B-LAF Airbus A330-343X 855 First visit 20-21 November 2008
B-LAG Airbus A330-343X 895 First visit 13-14 December 2008
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X 915 First visit 6-7 November 2008
B-LAI Airbus A330-343X 959 First visit 27-28 November 2008
B-LAJ Airbus A330-343X 1163 First visit 16 November 2010. New livery.
B-LAK Airbus A330-343X 1196 First visit 19-20 October 2011. New livery.
B-LAL Airbus A330-343X 1222 First visit 5-6 July 2011. New livery.
B-LAM Airbus A330-343X 1239 First visit 19-20 February 2012
B-LAN Airbus A330-343X 1285 First visit 29 April 2012
B-LAO Airbus A330-343X 1317 First visit 10 August 2012
B-LAP Airbus A330-343X 1343 First visit 10-11 October 2012
B-LAQ Airbus A330-343X 1349 First visit 10-11 November 2012
B-LAR Airbus A330-343X 1362 First visit 2 December 2012
B-LAX Airbus A330-343X 1366 First visit 27-28 December 2012
B-LAZ Airbus A330-343X 1387 First visit 6-7 March 2013
B-LBA Airbus A330-343X 1409 First visit 11-12 July 2013
B-LBB Airbus A330-343X 1436 “We are flying the 1000th A330” titles on forward fuselage. First visit 29 July 2013
B-LBC Airbus A330-343X 1443 First visit 13 September 2013
B-LBD Airbus A330-343X 1503
B-LBE Airbus A330-343X 1523
B-LBF Airbus A330-343X 1545
B-LBG Airbus A330-343X 1557
B-LBH Airbus A330-343X 1567
B-LBI Airbus A330-343X 1598
B-LBJ Airbus A330-343X 1612 First visit 7 May 2015
B-LBK Airbus A330-343X 1621
B-LRA Airbus A350-941 029 First visit 5 Nov 2017
B-LRB Airbus A350-941 032 First visit 11 Nov 2017
B-LRC Airbus A350-941 034 First visit 21 Dec 2017.
B-LRD Airbus A350-941 038 First visit 14 Dec 2017.
B-LRE Airbus A350-941 039 First visit 2 Nov 2017.
B-LRF Airbus A350-941 046 First visit 4 Nov 2017
B-LRG Airbus A350-941 053 First visit 12 Nov 2017
B-LRI Airbus A350-941 058 First visit 3 Nov 2017.
B-LRJ Airbus A350-941 061 First visit 12-13 Dec 2017.
B-LRK Airbus A350-941 070 First visit 31 Oct 2017
B-LRL Airbus A350-941 072 First visit 1 Nov 2017
B-LRM Airbus A350-941 075 First visit 13 Nov 2017.
B-LRN Airbus A350-941 085 First visit 7 Nov 2017.
B-LRO Airbus A350-941 093 First visit 8 Nov 2017.
B-LRP Airbus A350-941 101
B-LRQ Airbus A350-941 109 First visit 29 Oct 2017
B-LRR Airbus A350-941 119 First visit 19 Nov 2017.
B-LRS Airbus A350-941 128 First visit 30 Oct 2017
B-LRT Airbus A350-941 137 First visit 9 Nov 2017.
B-LRU Airbus A350-941 148 First visit 18 Nov 2017.
B-LRV Airbus A350-941 154 First visit 9-10 Dec 2017.
B-LRX Airbus A350-941 155 First visit 30 Dec 2017

 

China Southern Airlines (IATA code: CZ / ICAO code: CSN)

China Southern commenced services to Perth on 9 November 2011 on the Beijing – Guangzhou – Perth route, which was operated by Airbus A330-300s three times per week on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday mornings.  The first service was operated by B-6500 Airbus A330-343X (cn 954).

From 3 April 2013, the service switched to using the shorter A330-200s, specifically the -223 version (the airline also has some older -243 variants, which have a different cabon configuration). B-6516 Airbus A330-223 (cn 1129) operated the first China Southern A330-200 service to Perth.

From 1 April 2015, the service switched to the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner – Perth was first Australian destination for China Southern’s Boeing 787s. The first service was operated by B-2732 (MSN 34926/93).

Services reverted back to using Airbus A330-200 aircraft from 30 October 2016.

On 28 October 2017 (arrived Perth 29 October 2017), services switched to newer and larger A300-300 aircraft configured with 30 Business, 48 Premium Economy and 197 Economy seats, and frequency increased to five services per week. However, A330s in other configurations are also being used on these services.

Fleet list correct as at 15 Jan 2018 (NOTE: List below only includes the A330-300 which are likely to visit Perth)

B-5928 Airbus A330-323X 1430 SkyTeam livery. First visit 14 Jan 2018
B-5939 Airbus A330-323X 1494 First visit 16 Dec 2017
B-5966 Airbus A330-323 1625 (not yet visited Perth)
B-5970 Airbus A330-323 1645 SkyTeam livery. First visit 29 Oct 2017
B-8358 Airbus A330-323 1699 First visit 7 Sep 2017.
B-8360 Airbus A330-323 1793 First visit 22-23 Sep 2017
B-8361 Airbus A330-343 1814 First visit 1 Nov 2017
B-8363 Airbus A330-343X 1818 First visit 28 Dec 2017
B-8426 Airbus A330-323 1760 First visit 25-26 Aug 2017
B-8870 Airbus A330-323 1776 First visit 30 Oct 2017

 

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Emirates (IATA code: EK / ICAO code: UAE)Emirates logo

Emirates commenced services to Perth from Dubai on 2 August 2002, initially using Boeing 777-200ER aircraft, with the first service operated by A6-EMJ.

Airbus A340-300s, A340-500s, Boeing 777-200LRs and 777-300ERs have also been used on the route in the past.

From 1 December 2012, Emirates added a third daytime service (EK422/EK423) between Perth and Dubai.

From 1 May 2015, Emirates commenced Airbus A380 services to Perth, replacing the daily EK420/421 Boeing 777-300ER services between Perth and Dubai. Later the afternoon EK422/423 service was terminated and the EK424/425 service upgraded to 777-300ER.

From 1 August 2016 (arriving in Perth 2 August 2016), the EK424/425 service upgraded to the Airbus A380, giving Perth double daily A380 services. However, decreased passenger loads led to the EK424/425 service being downsized to a Boeing 777-300ER and -200LR.

Schedule (as at 8 April 2017)

  • DAILY: Boeing 777-300ER/777-200LR: EK424 arr 00:50 / EK425 dep 06:00
  • DAILY: Airbus A380: EK420 arr 17:35 / EK421 dep 22:10

Fleet list updated as at 15 Jan 2018.

A6-EBA Boeing 777-31H ER 32706/506 First visit 15 December 2006
A6-EBB Boeing 777-36N ER 32789/508 First visit 5 December 2006
A6-EBC Boeing 777-31H ER 32790/512 First visit 12 December 2006
A6-EBE Boeing 777-36N ER 32788/532 First visit 1 December 2006 – 1st Emirates 777-300ER to visit Perth
A6-EBF Boeing 777-36N ER 32708/536 First visit 8 December 2006
A6-EBG Boeing 777-31H ER 33862/535 First visit 4 December 2006
A6-EBH Boeing 777-31H ER 32707/539 First visit 2 December 2006
A6-EBI Boeing 777-31H ER 32785/540 First visit 3 December 2006
A6-EBJ Boeing 777-36N ER 32787/542 First visit 10 December 2006
A6-EBK Boeing 777-31H ER 34481/549 First visit 2 December 2006
A6-EBL Boeing 777-31H ER 32709/551 First visit 6 December 2006
A6-EBM Boeing 777-31H ER 34482/556 First visit 15 January 2007
A6-EBN Boeing 777-31H ER 32791/560 First visit 31 December 2006
A6-EBO Boeing 777-31H ER 32792/568 First visit 14 December 2006
A6-EBP Boeing 777-31H ER 32710/569 First visit 11 December 2006
A6-EBQ Boeing 777-31H ER 33863/576 First visit 18 September 2007
A6-EBR Boeing 777-31H ER 34483/578 First visit 2 July 2008
A6-EBS Boeing 777-31H ER 32715/582 First visit 2 November 2010
A6-EBT Boeing 777-31H ER 32730/585 First visit 27 June 2007
A6-EBU Boeing 777-31H ER 34484/590 First visit 13 January 2008
A6-EBV Boeing 777-31H ER 32728/594 First visit 27 December 2007
A6-EBW Boeing 777-31H ER 32793/598 First visit 3 January 2007
A6-EBX Boeing 777-31H ER 32729/619 First visit 24 July 2007
A6-EBY Boeing 777-31H ER 33864/622 First visit 6 December 2008
A6-EBZ Boeing 777-36N ER 32713/628 First visit 8 January 2008
A6-ECA Boeing 777-31H ER 32794/632 First visit 5 October 2007
A6-ECB Boeing 777-31H ER 32714/641 First visit 9 January 2016
A6-ECC Boeing 777-36N ER 33865/664 First visit 7 October 2007
A6-ECD Boeing 777-31H ER 32795/669 First visit 14 December 2008
A6-ECE Boeing 777-31H ER 35575/681 Year of Zayed 2018 livery – First visit 3 December 2008
A6-ECF Boeing 777-31H ER 35574/690 First visit 6 November 2009
A6-ECG Boeing 777-36N ER 35579/709 First visit 13 August 2009
A6-ECH Boeing 777-31H ER 35581/714 First visit 16 October 2009
A6-ECI Boeing 777-31H ER 35580/728 First visit 16 April 2009
A6-ECJ Boeing 777-36N ER 35583/734 First visit 1 December 2008
A6-ECK Boeing 777-31H ER 35584/743 First visit 23 September 2009
A6-ECL Boeing 777-36N ER 37704/748 First visit 3 May 2009
A6-ECM Boeing 777-36N ER 37703/755 First visit 5 May 2009
A6-ECN Boeing 777-36N ER 37705/761 First visit 7 May 2009
A6-ECO Boeing 777-36N ER 37706/765 First visit 15 September 2009
A6-ECP Boeing 777-36N ER 37707/768 First visit 1 May 2009
A6-ECQ Boeing 777-31H ER 35588/779 First visit 4 October 2009
A6-ECR Boeing 777-31H ER 35592/794 First visit 28 September 2009
A6-ECS Boeing 777-36N ER 38980/803 First visit 24 January 2010
A6-ECT Boeing 777-31H ER 35591/808 First visit 8 September 2009
A6-ECU Boeing 777-31H ER 35593/817 First visit 6 October 2009
A6-ECV Boeing 777-31H ER 35594/824 First visit 8 September 2010
A6-ECW Boeing 777-31H ER 38981/828 First visit 23 January 2010
A6-ECX Boeing 777-31H ER 38982/830 First visit 1 February 2010
A6-ECY Boeing 777-31H ER 35595/840 First visit 1 May 2010
A6-ECZ Boeing 777-31H ER 38983/847 First visit 2 July 2011
A6-EGA Boeing 777-36N ER 38984/861 First visit 17 April 2010
A6-EGB Boeing 777-31H ER 38985/929 First visit 4 August 2011
A6-EGC Boeing 777-31H ER 35596/945 First visit 12 October 2011
A6-EGD Boeing 777-31H ER 38988/946 First visit 10 December 2011
A6-EGE Boeing 777-31H ER 35597/951 First visit 9 August 2011
A6-EGF Boeing 777-36N ER 38987/961 First visit 19 June 2012
A6-EGG Boeing 777-31H ER 41070/965 First visit and first revenue service 14 October 2011
A6-EGH Boeing 777-31H ER 35585/969 First visit 14 December 2011
A6-EGI Boeing 777-31H ER 38986/974 First visit 13 November 2011
A6-EGJ Boeing 777-31H ER 38989/978 First visit 12 December 2011
A6-EGK Boeing 777-31H ER 41071/981 First visit 24 December 2011
A6-EGL Boeing 777-31H ER 41072/985 First visit 19 January 2012
A6-EGM Boeing 777-31H ER 41073/988 First visit 23 June 2012
A6-EGN Boeing 777-36N ER 41074/993 First visit 8 March 2012
A6-EGO Boeing 777-31H ER 35598/1000 First visit 2 September 2012 (formerly wore “1,000th 777” titles on rear fuselage)
A6-EGP Boeing 777-31H ER 35599/1010 First visit 7 July 2012
A6-EGQ Boeing 777-31H ER 41076/1014 First visit 7 September 2012
A6-EGR Boeing 777-31H ER 41077/1018 First visit 1 October 2012
A6-EGS Boeing 777-31H ER 41078/1021 First visit 24 October 2012
A6-EGT Boeing 777-31H ER 35600/1024 First visit 28 September 2012
A6-EGU Boeing 777-31H ER 41079/1028 First visit 22 September 2012
A6-EGV Boeing 777-31H ER 38990/1031 First visit 6 September 2012
A6-EGW Boeing 777-31H ER 35601/1034 First visit 29 September 2012
A6-EGX Boeing 777-31H ER 35602/1037 First visit 5 September 2012
A6-EGY Boeing 777-31H ER 41080/1039 First visit 8 September 2012
A6-EGZ Boeing 777-31H ER 41081/1044 First visit 4 October 2012
A6-ENA Boeing 777-31H ER 41082/1047 First visit 21 January 2016
A6-ENB Boeing 777-31H ER 41075/1055 First visit 8 April 2016
A6-ENC Boeing 777-31H ER 41083/1058 First visit 17 January 2016
A6-END Boeing 777-31H ER 41084/1063 First visit 12 January 2016
A6-ENE Boeing 777-31H ER 35603/1069 First visit 6 February 2013
A6-ENF Boeing 777-31H ER 41085/1073 First visit 2 February 2014
A6-ENG Boeing 777-31H ER 35604/1076 First visit 30 March 2013
A6-ENH Boeing 777-31H ER 41086/1080 First visit 4 November 2015
A6-ENI Boeing 777-31H ER 41087/1087 First visit 3 February 2014
A6-ENJ Boeing 777-31H ER 35605/1099 First visit 8 July 2013
A6-ENK Boeing 777-31H ER 38991/1116 First visit 20 August 2013
A6-ENL Boeing 777-31H ER 41370/1130 First visit 4 October 2013
A6-ENM Boeing 777-31H ER 41359/1168 First visit 28 July 2014
A6-ENN Boeing 777-31H ER 41360/1177 First visit 6 March 2014
A6-ENO Boeing 777-31H ER 41361/1183 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-ENP Boeing 777-31H ER 41362/1193 First visit 3 September 2014
A6-ENQ Boeing 777-31H ER 41363/1201 First visit 19 August 2014 (formerly wore Pele 2014 FIFA World Cup livery)
A6-ENR Boeing 777-31H ER 41364/1207 First visit 6 July 2014
A6-ENS Boeing 777-31H ER 41365/1220 First visit 17 August 2014
A6-ENT Boeing 777-31H ER 41366/1225 First visit 6 October 2014
A6-ENU Boeing 777-31H ER 41367/1236 First visit 2 October 2014
A6-ENV Boeing 777-31H ER 41368/1243 First visit 4 January 2015
A6-ENW Boeing 777-31H ER 41369/1249 First visit 27 January 2016
A6-ENX Boeing 777-31H ER 42318/1261 First visit 7 January 2015
A6-ENY Boeing 777-31H ER 42122/1276 First visit 26 January 2016
A6-ENZ Boeing 777-31H ER 42319/1289 First visit 4 August 2015
A6-EPA Boeing 777-31H ER 42320/1317 First visit 14 December 2015
A6-EPB Boeing 777-31H ER 42321/1325 First visit 24 October 2015
A6-EPC Boeing 777-31H ER 42322/1335 First visit 21 October 2015
A6-EPD Boeing 777-31H ER 42323/1341 First visit 28 March 2016
A6-EPE Boeing 777-31H ER 42324/1348 First visit 9 December 2015
A6-EPF Boeing 777-31H ER 42325/1352 First visit 1 December 2015
A6-EPG Boeing 777-31H ER 42326/1357 First visit 19 December 2015
A6-EPH Boeing 777-31H ER 42327/1360 First visit 12 March 2016
A6-EPI Boeing 777-31H ER 42328/1364 First visit 6 March 2016
A6-EPJ Boeing 777-31H ER 42329/1372 First visit 15 March 2016
A6-EPK Boeing 777-31H ER 42330/1379 Expo 2020 (blue) livery. First visit 10 April 2016
A6-EPL Boeing 777-31H ER 42331/1390 First visit to Perth and Australia 2 May 2016
A6-EPM Boeing 777-31H ER 42332/1397 SL Benfica FC livery. First visit 22 July 2016.
A6-EPN Boeing 777-31H ER 42333/1408 First visit 20 July 2016
A6-EPO Boeing 777-31H ER 42334/1415 Expo 2020 (orange) livery. First visit 4 November 2016
A6-EPP Boeing 777-31H ER 42335/1418 Year of Zayed 2018 livery First visit 3 November 2016
A6-EPQ Boeing 777-31H ER 42336/1423 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EPR Boeing 777-31H ER 42337/1428 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EPS Boeing 777-31H ER 42338/1433 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EPT Boeing 777-31H ER 42339/1436 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EPU Boeing 777-31H ER 42340/1441 Expo 2020 (green) livery. First visit 14 November 2016
A6-EPV Boeing 777-31H ER 42341/1450 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EPW Boeing 777-31H ER 42342/1456 First visit 26 Oct 2017.
A6-EPX Boeing 777-31H ER 42343/1459 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EPY Boeing 777-300 ER 42344/1465 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EPZ Boeing 777-300 ER 42345/1469 First visit 7 April 2017
A6-EQA Boeing 777-300 ER 42346/1482 First visit 6 April 2017
A6-EQB Boeing 777-300 ER 42347/1490 First visit 28-29 Dec 2017
A6-EQC Boeing 777-300 ER 42348/1495 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EQD Boeing 777-300 ER 42349/1499 First visit 6 July 2017
A6-EQE Boeing 777-300 ER 42350/1512 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EQF Boeing 777-300 ER 42351/1515 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EQG Boeing 777-300 ER 42352/1519 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EQH Boeing 777-300 ER 42353/1517 Year of Zayed 2018 livery (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EQI Boeing 777-300ER 42345/1529 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EDA Airbus A380-861 011 First visit 2 May 2011
A6-EDB Airbus A380-861 013 First visit 25 June 2015
A6-EDC Airbus A380-861 016 First visit 23 May 2015
A6-EDD Airbus A380-861 020 First visit 11 July 2015
A6-EDE Airbus A380-861 017 First visit 15 August 2009 – first Emirates A380 to visit Perth, 2nd A380 to visit
A6-EDF Airbus A380-861 007 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EDG Airbus A380-861 023 United for Wildlife livery. (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EDH Airbus A380-861 025 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EDI Airbus A380-861 028 First visit 7 August 2016.
A6-EDJ Airbus A380-861 009 First visit 22 August 2016
A6-EDK Airbus A380-861 030 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EDL Airbus A380-861 046 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EDM Airbus A380-861 042 First visit 3 August 2015
A6-EDN Airbus A380-861 056 First visit 28 May 2015
A6-EDO Airbus A380-861 057 First visit 3 July 2015
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 077 First visit 5 April 2014
A6-EDQ Airbus A380-861 080 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EDR Airbus A380-861 083 First visit 5 February 2016
A6-EDS Airbus A380-861 086 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EDT Airbus A380-861 090 First visit 6 September 2016
A6-EDU Airbus A380-861 098 First visit 24 September 2016
A6-EDV Airbus A380-861 101 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EDW Airbus A380-861 103 First visit 20 August 2016
A6-EDX Airbus A380-861 105 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EDY Airbus A380-861 106 First visit 17 July 2015
A6-EDZ Airbus A380-861 107 First visit 4 July 2015
A6-EEA Airbus A380-861 108 First visit 18 August 2016
A6-EEB Airbus A380-861 109 First visit 5 August 2016.
A6-EEC Airbus A380-861 110 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EED Airbus A380-861 111 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EEE Airbus A380-861 112 First visit 9 September 2016
A6-EEF Airbus A380-861 113 First visit 5 May 2015
A6-EEG Airbus A380-861 116 First visit 7 July 2015
A6-EEH Airbus A380-861 119 First visit 6 July 2013
A6-EEI Airbus A380-861 123 United for Wildlife livery. First visit 11 June 2016.
A6-EEJ Airbus A380-861 127 First visit 9 May 2015
A6-EEK Airbus A380-861 132 First visit 17 May 2015
A6-EEL Airbus A380-861 133 First visit 4 May 2015
A6-EEM Airbus A380-861 134 First visit 6 June 2015
A6-EEN Airbus A380-861 135 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EEO Airbus A380-861 136 First visit 23 November 2013
A6-EEP Airbus A380-861 138 First visit 7 May 2015
A6-EEQ Airbus A380-861 141 United for Wildlife livery. First visit 26 May 2015.
A6-EER Airbus A380-861 139 United for Wildlife livery. First visit 17 June 2015
A6-EES Airbus A380-861 140 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EET Airbus A380-861 142 First visit 20 June 2015.
A6-EEU Airbus A380-861 147 Year of Zayed 2018 livery First visit 2 July 2014
A6-EEV Airbus A380-861 150 First visit 21 May 2015
A6-EEW Airbus A380-861 153 First visit 4 September 2016
A6-EEX Airbus A380-861 154 First visit 12-13 August 2016
A6-EEY Airbus A380-861 157 First visit 23 August 2016
A6-EEZ Airbus A380-861 158 First visit 9-10 August 2016
A6-EOA Airbus A380-861 159 First visit 6 August 2016.
A6-EOB Airbus A380-861 164 First visit 20 April 2016
A6-EOC Airbus A380-861 165 First visit 11 May 2015
A6-EOD Airbus A380-861 168 First visit 2 May 2015.
A6-EOE Airbus A380-861 169 First visit 1 May 2015 – operated first regular scheduled A380 service to Perth.
A6-EOF Airbus A380-861 171 First visit 13 May 2015
A6-EOG Airbus A380-861 172 First visit 3 May 2015
A6-EOH Airbus A380-861 174 First visit 12 May 2015
A6-EOI Airbus A380-861 178 First visit 8-9 August 2016
A6-EOJ Airbus A380-861 182 First visit 4 August 2016
A6-EOK Airbus A380-861 184 First visit 15 August 2016
A6-EOL Airbus A380-861 186 First visit 21 July 2015 – first EK424/425 service by A380
A6-EOM Airbus A380-861 187 United for Wildlife livery. First visit 8 August 2015.
A6-EON Airbus A380-861 188 First visit 27 September 2015.
A6-EOO Airbus A380-861 190 First visit 30 August 2016
A6-EOP Airbus A380-861 200 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EOQ Airbus A380-861 201 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EOR Airbus A380-861 202 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EOS Airbus A380-861 203 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EOT Airbus A380-861 204 First visit 10-11 August 2016
A6-EOU Airbus A380-861 205 First visit 28 August 2016
A6-EOV Airbus A380-861 206 First visit 19 August 2016
A6-EOW Airbus A380-861 207 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EOX Airbus A380-861 208 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EOY Airbus A380-861 209 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EOZ Airbus A380-861 210 First visit 13-14 August 2016
A6-EUA Airbus A380-861 211 Year of Zayed 2018 livery First visit 11 September 2016.
A6-EUB Airbus A380-861 213 First visit 7 August 2016.
A6-EUC Airbus A380-861 214 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EUD Airbus A380-861 216 First visit 16 August 2016
A6-EUE Airbus A380-861 217 First visit 5 September 2016
A6-EUF Airbus A380-861 218 First visit 9 October 2016.
A6-EUG Airbus A380-861 219 First visit 8 December 2016
A6-EUH Airbus A380-861 220 First visit 12 December 2016
A6-EUI Airbus A380-861 221 First visit 1 March 2017.
A6-EUJ Airbus A380-861 222 First visit 25 December 2016
A6-EUK Airbus A380-861 223 First visit 24 December 2016
A6-EUL Airbus A380-861 224 First visit 30 December 2016
A6-EUM Airbus A380-842 225 1st Rolls-Royce powered A380 for Emirates. (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EUN Airbus A380-842 226 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EUO Airbus A380-842 227 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EUP Airbus A380-842 228 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EUQ Airbus A380-842 229 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EUR Airbus A380-842 232 on order
A6-EUS Airbus A380-842 234 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EUT Airbus A380-842 236 First visit 12 Dec 2017 & first visit to Australia.
A6-EUU Airbus A380-842 238 on order
A6-EUV Airbus A380-842 239 100th A380 titles & “Year of Zayed 2018: Celebrating 100 years since the birth of the great leader” livery. (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EUW Airbus A380-842 240 on order
A6-EUX Airbus A380-842 241 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EUY Airbus A380-842 242 (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EUZ Airbus A380-842 244 Year of Zayed 2018 livery (not yet visited Perth)
A6-EVA Airbus A380-842 167 on order
A6-EVB Airbus A380-842 162 on order
A6-EVC Airbus A380-842 248 on order
A6-EVD Airbus A380-842 249 on order
A6-EVE Airbus A380-842 250 on order
A6-EVF Airbus A380-842 252 on order
Airbus A380-842 245 on order
Airbus A380-842 246 on order

 

 

Etihad (IATA code: EY / ICAO code: ETD)Etihad Airways logo

Etihad Airways is the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, being established by a Royal (Amiri) Decree in July 2003, and commencing operations in November 2003. “Etihad” is the Arabic word for “union”. The airline’s hub is at Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates.

Etihad owns 20% (soon to be 21.2%) of Virgin Australia and the two airlines have a partnership arrangement.

After a number of years of considering Perth services, Etihad finally announced on 13 December 2013 that services between Abu Dhabi and Perth would commence from 15 July 2014, using Airbus A330-200 aircraft. The inaugural service was operated by A340-600 A6-EHH as a one-off, but subsequent services have been operated by A330-200.

From 1 June 2016, the once per day services have been operated by two-class Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.

Fleet list as at 30 Dec 2017:

A6-BLA Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39646/229 First visit 12 September 2016
A6-BLB Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39647/253 First visit 11 July 2016
A6-BLC Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39648/286 First visit 27 June 2016
A6-BLD Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39649/302 First visit 22 August 2016
A6-BLE Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39650/305 First visit 18 July 2016
A6-BLF Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39651/416 First visit 30 May 2016 – first Etihad 787 to visit Perth.
A6-BLG Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39652/432 First visit 2 June 2016, first official Etihad 787 service to Perth
A6-BLH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39653/452 First visit 28 July 2016 – also its first revenue service
A6-BLI Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39655/459 First visit 2 August 2016 – also its first revenue service
A6-BLJ Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39657/486 First visit 19 October 2016
A6-BLK Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39654/520 First visit 1 February 2017
A6-BLL Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39656/530 First visit 5 March 2017
A6-BLM Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39658/561 Happy 11.11 – T Mall decals – First visit 10 June 2017.
A6-BLN Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39659/569 First visit 21 June 2017.
A6-BLO Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39660/578 First visit 14 August 2017.
A6-BLP Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39662/585 First visit 2 August 2017.
A6-BLQ Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39661/606 First visit 27 September 2017
A6-BLR Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39663/620 First visit 15 November 2017
A6-BLS Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 39554/643 First visit 30 Dec 2017

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Garuda logoGaruda Indonesia

Garuda commenced services to Perth in December 1979 using McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 aircraft. Over the years they have used the DC-10-30, Boeing 747-200B, Airbus A300B4-600, A300B4-220, and A330, and MD-11. From around May 2001 they began using the Boeing 737-400 and 737-500. From March 2006, they used the 737-800, and this gradually replace the 737-400 on all Perth services.

From 28 June 2013, Garuda reintroduced direct Jakarta-Perth services, using 737-800s. Previously, the Jakarta service operated via Denpasar.

From 1 September 2014, the GA728/GA727 Denpasar service was upgraded to Airbus A330-200 and A330-300 aircraft and the afternoon GA726/729 737-800 service ceased.

GA724/GA725 Jakarta services use the Boeing 737-800. GA728/GA727 Denpasar services use Airbus A330-200, A330-300 or Boeing 737-800.

Fleet list as at 30 Dec 2017:

PK-GEM Boeing 737-8AS 29928/735
PK-GEN Boeing 737-8AS 29929/753
PK-GEP Boeing 737-8AS 29931/1020
PK-GFA Boeing 737-86N 36549/3331 First visit 14 October 2010
PK-GFC Boeing 737-86N 36390/3348 First visit 28 November 2010
PK-GFD Boeing 737-8U3 40807/3337 First visit 26 July 2010
PK-GFE Boeing 737-8U3 36804/3374 First visit 7-8 November 2010
PK-GFF Boeing 737-8U3 36436/3370 First visit 11 October 2010
PK-GFG Boeing 737-86N 37819/3402 First visit 6 November 2010
PK-GFH Boeing 737-8U3 36850/3389 First visit 28 December 2010
PK-GFI Boeing 737-8U3 36805/3438 First visit 4 November 2010
PK-GFJ Boeing 737-8U3 37885/3445 First visit 9 November 2010
PK-GFK Boeing 737-8U3 37887/3463 First visit 21-22 December 2010
PK-GFL Boeing 737-8U3 36808/3505 First visit 29 December 2010
PK-GFM Boeing 737-8U3 39920/3518 Special retro red stripe livery“BRAND LOGO 1961-1969”. First visit 13 March 2011
PK-GFN Boeing 737-86N 38033/3607 Special red/orange stripes retro livery “BRAND LOGO 1969-1985” First visit 22 May 2011
PK-GFO Boeing 737-86N 39403/3674 First visit 2 July 2011
PK-GFP Boeing 737-8U3 38821/3684 First visit 2 July 2011
PK-GFQ Boeing 737-81D 39416/3766 First visit 6 October 2011
PK-GFR Boeing 737-81D 39417/3802 “123rd Boeing 737 Series Aircraft delivered to Garuda Indonesia” titles on forward fuselage. First visit 28 October 2011
PK-GFS Boeing 737-86N 36830/3860 First visit 14 January 2012
PK-GFT Boeing 737-86N 38032/3869 First visit 16-17 March 2012
PK-GFU Boeing 737-86N 38040/4482 First visit 22 July 2013
PK-GFV Boeing 737-8U3 38885/4490 First visit 28 June 2013
PK-GFW Boeing 737-8U3 39929/4520 First visit 28 July 2013
PK-GFX Boeing 737-8U3 39928/4453 First visit 12 June 2013
PK-GFY Boeing 737-86N 38043/4619 First visit 13 October 2013
PK-GFZ Boeing 737-86N 38044/4635 First visit 25 October 2013
PK-GMA Boeing 737-8U3 30151/2942 First visit 29 July 2009
PK-GMC Boeing 737-8U3 30155/3081 First visit 12 November 2009
PK-GMD Boeing 737-8U3 30156/3100 First visit 20 March 2010
PK-GME Boeing 737-8U3 30157/3123 First visit 8-9 January 2010
PK-GMF Boeing 737-8U3 30140/3129 First visit 26 June 2010
PK-GMG Boeing 737-8U3 30141/3166 First visit 17 June 2010
PK-GMH Boeing 737-8U3 30142/3213 First visit 18 August 2010. SkyTeam livery
PK-GMI Boeing 737-8U3 30143/3243 First visit 17-18 June 2010
PK-GMJ Boeing 737-8U3 30144/3249 First visit 15 May 2010
PK-GMK Boeing 737-8U3 29666/3171 First visit 26-27 March 2010
PK-GML Boeing 737-8U3 31763/3177 First visit 21 June 2010
PK-GMM Boeing 737-8U3 30145/3285 First visit 16 July 2010
PK-GMN Boeing 737-8U3 30146/3303 First visit 24 July 2010
PK-GMO Boeing 737-8U3 30147/3327 First visit 17 July 2010
PK-GMP Boeing 737-8U3 30148/3353 First visit 21 December 2010
PK-GMQ Boeing 737-8U3 30149/3405 First visit 5 October 2010
PK-GMR Boeing 737-8U3 30150/3429 First visit 3 November 2010
PK-GMS Boeing 737-8U3 38071/3855 First visit 7-8 January 2012
PK-GMU Boeing 737-8U3 38073/3930 First visit 7 June 2012
PK-GMV Boeing 737-8U3 38074/3960 First visit 6 April 2012
PK-GMW Boeing 737-8U3 38069/4026 First visit 3 June 2012
PK-GMX Boeing 737-8U3 38070/3996 First visit 12 June 2012
PK-GMY Boeing 737-8U3 38884/4446  First visit 10 June 2013
PK-GMZ Boeing 737-8U3 38072/4582 First visit unknown date in 2013
PK-GNA Boeing 737-8U3 41310/4692 First visit 6 January 2014
PK-GNC Boeing 737-8U3 41312/4720 First visit 11 January 2014
PK-GND Boeing 737-8U3 41794/4761 First visit 23 July 2014
PK-GNE Boeing 737-8U3 39936/4800 First visit 31 March 2014
PK-GNF Boeing 737-8U3 39939/4866 First visit 7 June 2014
PK-GNG Boeing 737-8U3 39891/4901 First visit 14 June 2014
PK-GNH Boeing 737-8U3 40547/1605 First visit 28 September 2014
PK-GNI Boeing 737-8U3 41267/4957 First visit 3 July 2014
PK-GNJ Boeing 737-8U3 41796/4969 First visit 30 October 2014
PK-GNK Boeing 737-8U3 41798/5049 First visit 9 October 2014
PK-GNL Boeing 737-8U3 41253/5078 First visit 13 November 2014
PK-GNM Boeing 737-8U3 41322/5057 First visit 12 February 2015
PK-GNN Boeing 737-86N 41270/5116 First visit 17 February 2015
PK-GNO Boeing 737-8U3 41800/5109 First visit 2 June 2015
PK-GNP Boeing 737-8U3 41605/5245 First visit 1 August 2015
PK-GNQ Boeing 737-8U3 39954/5284 First visit 21 June 2015
PK-GNR Boeing 737-8U3 39955/5335 First visit 11 June 2015
PK-GNS Boeing 737-8U3 41607/5385 First visit 31 October 2015
PK-GNT Boeing 737-8U3 41806/5427 First visit 24 November 2015
PK-GNU Boeing 737-8U3 41812/5613 First visit 1 December 2015
PK-GNV Boeing 737-8U3 41815/5716 First visit 27 October 2016
PK-GDA Boeing 737 MAX 8 62093/6173 (not yet visited Perth)
PK-GPH Airbus A330-243 1020
PK-GPI Airbus A330-243 1052
PK-GPJ Airbus A330-243 988 First visit 29-30 September 2014
PK-GPK Airbus A330-243 1028 First visit 11-12 October 2014
PK-GPL Airbus A330-243 1184 First visit 27-28 September 2014
PK-GPM Airbus A330-243 1214 First visit 21-22 September 2014
PK-GPN Airbus A330-243 1261 First visit 15-16 September 2014
PK-GPO Airbus A330-243 1288 First visit 19 September 2014
PK-GPP Airbus A330-243 1364 First visit 15 January 2016
PK-GPQ Airbus A330-243 1410 First visit 28-29 September 2014
PK-GPS Airbus A330-243 1474 First visit 23-24 September 2014
PK-GPA Airbus A330-341 138 First visit 5 May 2002
PK-GPC Airbus A330-341 140 First visit 27 July 2002
PK-GPD Airbus A330-341 144 First visit 28 June 2004?
PK-GPE Airbus A330-341 148 First visit 30-31 January 2004?
PK-GPF Airbus A330-341 153 First visit 19 December 2003. SkyTeam livery
PK-GPG Airbus A330-341 165 First visit 6 December 2002?
PK-GPR Airbus A330-343 1446 First visit 3 September 2014
PK-GPT Airbus A330-343 1548 First visit 11-12 September 2014
PK-GPU Airbus A330-343 1560 First visit 16-17 October 2014
PK-GPV Airbus A330-343 1577 First visit 17-18 December 2014
PK-GPW Airbus A330-343 1585 First visit 20 December 2014
PK-GPX Airbus A330-343 1654 First visit 27 September 2015
PK-GPY Airbus A330-343 1671 First visit 25 October 2015
PK-GPZ Airbus A330-343 1698 First visit 28 April 2016
PK-GHA Airbus A330-343 1709 First visit 26 May 2016
PK-GHC Airbus A330-343 1723
PK-GHD Airbus A330-343 1733 First visit 16-17 October 2016

 

J

Jetstar Asia logoJetstar Asia (IATA Code: 3K)

Jetstar Asia was formed in Singapore during 2004, and in 2005 it acquired and merged with Singapore-based Valuair. Valuair had previously commenced services between Singapore and Perth using A320s – their first service was operated by A320 9V-VLA on 1 December 2004.  The last Valuair scheduled service was on October 2005.

Jetstar commenced flights on the Perth – Singapore route in December 2008, initially using Australian-registered Jetstar Australia (JQ) A320 aircraft and later switching to Singapore-registered Jetstar Asia (3K) A320s. Perth/Jakarta flights were later operated on Mondays and Fridays, but Jetstar (Australia) has since taken over that route. The airline also operates VH- registered A330-202s of Jetstar Airways (Australia), however these are not operated to WA.

Jetstar Asia uses Airbus A320 aircraft (registered in Singapore) between Perth / Singapore.

Fleet list as at 7 Nov 2017:

9V-JSA Airbus A320-232 2316 First visit 31 August 2009 (formerly wore Asia’s Got Talent livery)
9V-JSB Airbus A320-232 2356 First visit 28 August 2009
9V-JSE Airbus A320-232 2423 First visit 10 September 2010
9V-JSF Airbus A320-232 2453 First visit 4 November 2010. Valuair titles on rear fuselage.
9V-JSH Airbus A320-232 2604 First visit 2 October 2009.
9V-JSI Airbus A320-232 4443 First visit 21-22 November 2010
9V-JSJ Airbus A320-232 4515 First visit 27 December 2010
9V-JSK Airbus A320-232 4772 First visit 31 July-1 August 2011. Valuair titles on rear fuselage.
9V-JSL Airbus A320-232 4786 First visit 22-23 August 2011. Valuair titles on rear fuselage.
9V-JSM Airbus A320-232 4872 First visit 19-20 November 2011. Valuair titles on rear fuselage.
9V-JSN Airbus A320-232 4914 First visit 3 December 2011. Valuair titles on rear fuselage.
9V-JSO Airbus A320-232 5305 First visit 29 October 2012.
9V-JSP Airbus A320-232 (WL) 5323 First visit 26 October 2012.
9V-JSQ Airbus A320-232 (WL) 5390 First visit 7 January 2013
9V-JSR Airbus A320-232 (WL) 5433 First visit 24 April 2013
9V-JSS Airbus A320-232 (WL) 5472 First visit 23 April 2013 – 1st A320 with sharklets to visit Perth
9V-JSU Airbus A320-232 (WL) 5708 First visit 7 October 2013
9V-JSV Airbus A320-232 (WL) 5813 First visit 4 February 2014

 

M

Malaysia Airlines logoMalaysia Airlines (IATA code: MH)

In 1965, Singapore separated from the Federation of Malaysia, so in 1966 Malaysian Airlines was renamed Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA). Rapid expansion followed from 1967 with new routes being established – in April 1967, MSA commenced services to Perth using the De Havilland Comet 4, following an initial route-proving flight on 7 March 1967 by 9V-BAS. Boeing 707-320s were acquired and used on Perth services from 1969. In 1972, political differences between Singapore (which wanted to develop long-haul international routes) and Malaysia (which wanted to build domestic routes first) caused Malaysia-Singapore Airlines to be split, forming Singapore Airlines and Malaysian Airlines System (MAS).

Malaysian Airline System flew its first service in its own right from Kuala Lumpur to Perth in October 1976 using a Boeing 707-320, but mainly operated the DC-10-30 to Perth from December 1976. Airbus A300B4-203, Boeing 747-200, -300 and -400, and MD-11 aircraft were also used.  From 17 April 1995, Airbus A330-300 aircraft began to take over the route, with the last Malaysia Airlines DC-10-30 operating the service on 17 Sep 1995. On 9 June 1997, the airline began using the Boeing 777-200ER on the route, with the A330-300 operating a morning service (MH126/MH127) to Kuala Lumpur via Kuching, and the 777-200ER operating direct to Kuala Lumpur in the afternoon. Boeing 747-400s were also used during the summer schedule. Cargo flights by MASKargo and other airlines such as Atlas Air have also operated into Perth quite frequently.

From 15-16 Jan 2011, Malaysia Airlines began a new MH121/MH120 service between Perth and Kota Kinabalu, using 737-800s, with 9M-MXB operating the first service. It operated TUE/THU/SUN MH121 arr 23:35 / MON/WED/FRI MH120 dep 00:40. However, during January 2012, the airline decided to de-hub Kota Kinabalu, and the service was temporarily ceased. The final service between Kota Kinabalu and Perth was operated by Boeing 737-8H6 9M-MXA – it arrived on 29 January 2012 at around 23:30, and departed on 30 January at around 00:50. The service restarted from 8 December 2012, operating once per week. From 30 October 2013, the schedule is twice weekly.

In August 2011, the airline announced changes to the Perth / Kuala Lumpur service effective from 15 February 2012, including the introduction of their new A330-323X on all Perth/Kuala Lumpur services, replacing the previous Boeing 777-2H6 ER aircraft.

Daytime MH125/MH124 Kuala Lumpur services ended on 17 November 2016, replaced by night time MH127/MH126 services, using Airbus A330-323X or Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Kota Kinabali services operate on Sunday afternoons using Boeing 737-800.

Fleet list correct as at 7 Nov 2017:

9M-FFF Boeing 737-8FZ 39320/3690
9M-MLE Boeing 737-8FH 35105/2501 First visit 28-29 April 2013
9M-MLF Boeing 737-8FZ 29657/3335 First visit 27-28 January 2011
9M-MLG Boeing 737-8FZ 31779/3395 First visit 15-16 February 2011
9M-MLH Boeing 737-8FZ 31723/3435 First visit 17-18 February 2011
9M-MLI Boeing 737-8FZ 31793/3503 First visit 21 January 2013
9M-MLJ Boeing 737-8FZ 39319/3564 First visit 24 May 2015
9M-MLK Boeing 737-8FZ 39321/3778 First visit 13 November 2016
9M-MLL Boeing 737-8FZ 39322/3434
9M-MLM Boeing 737-8H6 39323/3885 First visit 4-5 May 2014
9M-MLN Boeing 737-8H6 39324/4042 First visit 4 February 2013
9M-MLO Boeing 737-8H6 39325/4085 First visit 16-17 March 2014
9M-MLP Boeing 737-8H6 39326/4208 First visit 30-31 October 2013
9M-MLQ Boeing 737-8H6 39327/4237 First visit 4-5 August 2013
9M-MLR Boeing 737-8H6 39328/4257 First visit 29-30 September 2013
9M-MLS Boeing 737-8H6 39333/4618 First visit 13 September 2015
9M-MLT Boeing 737-8H6 39334/4656 First visit 9-10 March 2014
9M-MLU Boeing 737-8H6 39940/4872 First visit 1 February 2015
9M-MLV Boeing 737-8H6 39941/4917 First visit 29 April 2015
9M-MSA Boeing 737-8H6 40143/4346
9M-MSB Boeing 737-8H6 40144/4385
9M-MSC Boeing 737-8H6 40145/4405
9M-MSD Boeing 737-8H6 40146/4447
9M-MSE Boeing 737-8H6 40147/4502 First visit 26 June 2016
9M-MSF Boeing 737-8H6 40148/4512
9M-MSG Boeing 737-8H6 40149/4574
9M-MSH Boeing 737-8H6 40150/4616
9M-MSI Boeing 737-8H6 40151/4640
9M-MSJ Boeing 737-8H6 40152/4685
9M-MXA Boeing 737-8H6 40128/3421 First visit 20 January 2011.
1972 retro livery with “40 YEARS OF MALAYSIAN HOSPITALITY 1972-2012” titles.
9M-MXB Boeing 737-8H6 40129/3458 First visit 15-16 January 2011 – first Malaysia Airlines 737 to visit Perth and first service from/to Kota Kinabalu.
9M-MXC Boeing 737-8H6 40130/3495 Oneworld livery. First visit 10-11 April 2011.
9M-MXD Boeing 737-8H6 40131/3577 First visit 16-17 June 2011
9M-MXE Boeing 737-8H6 40132/3723 First visit 6-7 December 2011
9M-MXF Boeing 737-8H6 40133/3806 First visit 3 March 2013
9M-MXG Boeing 737-8H6 40134/3873 First visit 24 December 2011
9M-MXH Boeing 737-8H6 40135/3911 First visit 16-17 December 2012
9M-MXI Boeing 737-8H6 40136/4105 First visit 9-10 December 2012
9M-MXJ Boeing 737-8H6 40137/4131 First visit 30 December 2012
9M-MXK Boeing 737-8H6 40138/4217 First visit 30 June-1 July 2013
9M-MXL Boeing 737-8H6 40139/4246 First visit 13 January 2013
9M-MXM Boeing 737-8H6 40140/4276 First visit 12-13 May 2013
9M-MXN Boeing 737-8H6 40141/4287 First visit 31 March-1 April 2013
9M-MXO Boeing 737-8H6 40142/4317 First visit 21-22 July 2013
9M-MXP Boeing 737-8H6 40153/4723 First visit 23 April 2014
9M-MXQ Boeing 737-8H6 40154/4749 First visit 2 November 2014
9M-MXR Boeing 737-8H6 40155/4772 First visit 12 October 2014
9M-MXS Boeing 737-8H6 40156/4815 Negaraku livery. First visit 30 April-1 May 2014
9M-MXT Boeing 737-8H6 40157/4848 First visit 7 January 2015
9M-MXU Boeing 737-8H6 40158/4930 First visit 15 April 2015
9M-MXV Boeing 737-8H6 40159/4964 First visit 11 March 2015
9M-MXW Boeing 737-8H6 40160/5040 First visit 25 October 2015
9M-MXX Boeing 737-8H6 40161/5052 First visit 27 March 2016
9M-MXY Boeing 737-8H6 40162/5208 Malaysia Airlines 100th Boeing 737‘ titles on nose. First visit 3 May 2015
9M-MTA Airbus A330-323X 1209 First visit 17 June 2011
9M-MTB Airbus A330-323X 1219 First visit 9 September 2011
9M-MTC Airbus A330-323X 1229 First visit 4 July 2011
9M-MTD Airbus A330-323X 1234 First visit 11 July 2011
9M-MTE Airbus A330-323X 1243 Oneworld livery. First visit 23 September 2011.
9M-MTF Airbus A330-323X 1281 First visit 24 February 2012
9M-MTG Airbus A330-323X 1318 First visit 18 June 2012
9M-MTH Airbus A330-323X 1336 First visit 18 August 2012
9M-MTI Airbus A330-323X 1337 First visit 15-16 September 2012
9M-MTJ Airbus A330-323X 1347 First visit 1 October 2012
9M-MTK Airbus A330-323X 1388 First visit 27 February 2013
9M-MTL Airbus A330-323X 1395 First visit 30 March 2013
9M-MTM Airbus A330-323X 1431 First visit 20 August 2013
9M-MTN Airbus A330-323X 1470 First visit 11 December 2013
9M-MTO Airbus A330-323X 1489 Oneworld livery. First visit 5 February 2014.

 

Malindo Air (IATA code: OD, ICAO code: MXD

The entry of Malaysia’s AirAsia into Indonesia prompted Indonesian airline Lion Air to establish Malindo (derived from Malaysia and Indonesia) in Malaysia, as a joint venture between National Aerospace and Defence Industries (NADI) (51%) of Malaysia and Lion Air of Indonesia (49%).

Malindo launched services on 22 March 2013, and now operates to all major airports in Malaysia and internationally to Indonesia, Thailand, India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Singapore. Australia will be the eighth country served by the airline.

The Malaysia-based airline Malindo has hubs at Kuala Lumpur International Airport and the old KL airport at Subang. Their fleet consists of six Boeing 737-800, six Boeing 737-900ER aircraft, with four more 737s due for delivery by the end of 2015. It also operates 11 ATR72 turboprops. Malindo is considered to be a hybrid airline, as it combines some features of premium airlines with low cost fares. Its 737s feature Wi-Fi, an in-flight entertainment system for every seat, light snacks and a free meal, seat pitches of 32 inches in economy and 45 inches for business class, and free baggage allowances.

Malindo Air announced its proposed services to Perth in early September 2015, and following regulatory approvals, confirmed that it would introduce services from Kuala Lumpur to Perth from 19 November 2015, using Boeing 737-900ER aircraft .

Schedule initially involved daily flights from 19 November 2015,with the first service operated by Boeing 737-800 9M-LNW.

Frequency increased to 11 weekly from 3 December 2015, with services operated by Boeing 737-800 or Boeing 737-900ER aircraft.

Fleet list as at 7 Nov 2017:

9M-LCC Boeing 737-8GP 39836/5315 First visit 6 March 2017.
9M-LCD Boeing 737-8GP 38309/5375 First visit 26 February 2017.
9M-LCF Boeing 737-8GP 40061/5130 First visit 4 March 2017.
9M-LCG Boeing 737-8GP 38308/5225 First visit 7 March 2017.
9M-LCH Boeing 737-8GP 39821/5026 (not yet visited Perth)
9M-LCJ Boeing 737-8GP 39831/5255 First visit 27 August 2017.
9M-LCK Boeing 737-8GP 38318/6191 (not yet visited Perth)
9M-LNC Boeing 737-8GP 38314/6117 (not yet visited Perth)
9M-LND Boeing 737-8GP 38316/6159 First visit 26 June 2017.
9M-LNM Boeing 737-8GP 39826/5122 First visit 20 March 2017.
9M-LNP Boeing 737-8GP 39830/5195 First visit 24 November 2015
9M-LNQ Boeing 737-8GP 39857/5435 First visit 11 March 2017.
9M-LNR Boeing 737-8GP 39863/5438 First visit 7 May 2017.
9M-LNS Boeing 737-8GP 39858/5503 (not yet visited Perth)
9M-LNT Boeing 737-8GP 39866/5513 First visit 17 March 2017.
9M-LNU Boeing 737-8GP 39865/5574 First visit 11 June 2017.
9M-LNV Boeing 737-8GP 39867/5635 First visit 4 December 2015
9M-LNW Boeing 737-8GP 39875/5616 First visit 19 November 2015, first service to Australia by Malindo
9M-LNY Boeing 737-8GP 39871/5654 First visit 25 December 2015
9M-LNZ Boeing 737-8GP 38303/5965 (not yet visited Perth)
9M-LNF Boeing 737-9GP ER 38687/4368 (not yet visited Perth)
9M-LNG Boeing 737-9GP ER 38729/4380 First visit 1 April 2017.
9M-LNH Boeing 737-9GP ER 38732/4484 First visit 26 November 2015
9M-LNJ Boeing 737-9GP ER 38690/4495 First visit 22 November 2015 – first 737-900 to visit Australia
9M-LNK Boeing 737-9GP ER 38737/4600 First visit 1 February 2017.
9M-LNL Boeing 737-9GP ER 38736/4592 First visit 29 December 2015

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Q

Qatar Airways (IATA code: QR, ICAO code QTR)

Qatar Airways operates services between Doha (Qatar) and Perth, using Boeing 777-200LR and 777-300ER aircraft.

The service initially operates three times per week from 3 July 2012, but will increase to daily from 2 December 2012.

The first service was operated on Tuesday 3 July 2012 by A7-BBI Boeing 777-2DZ LR, which was also Qatar Airways’ 100th aircraft.

From 1 February 2013, QR900/901 was supposed to switch to Boeing 787-8 aircraft, making Perth the first Australian airport to receive Boeing 787 services. However, a temporary grounding of all Boeing 787s worldwide was imposed from 16 January 2013 to 26 April 2013. Although Qatar’s 787s have reentered service, the type will not be used on Perth services.

Qatar Airways announced on 5 May 2014 that their new Airbus A350-900s would be used on Perth services from early 2015. However, this also did not occur.

Flight numbers changed from QR900/901 to QR902/903 from 26 Oct 2015, then back to QR900/901.

Fleet list as at 30 Dec 2017:

A7-BBA Boeing 777-2DZ LR 36012/753 “Alhuwalla”. First visit 7 July 2012
A7-BBB Boeing 777-2DZ LR 36013/762 “Gaza”. First visit 23 August 2012
A7-BBC Boeing 777-2DZ LR 36015/825 “Al-Bartha”. First visit 4 September 2012
A7-BBD Boeing 777-2DZ LR 36016/831 “Al Zoor”. First visit 1 November 2012
A7-BBE Boeing 777-2DZ LR 36017/837 “Al-Khor”. First visit 5 July 2012
A7-BBF Boeing 777-2DZ LR 36018/842 “Al-Shaqab”. First visit 24 July 2012
A7-BBG Boeing 777-2DZ LR 36101/883 “Al-Mashrab”. First visit 28 July 2012
A7-BBH Boeing 777-2DZ LR 36102/885 “Al Qalail”. First visit 19 July 2012
A7-BBI Boeing 777-2DZ LR 41061/962 “100th AIRCRAFT” titles on nose. “Jow Al-salama” . First visit 3 July 2012 & first Qatar Airways service to Perth
A7-BAA Boeing 777-3DZ ER 36009/676 Oneworld livery. First visit 8 September 2012
A7-BAB Boeing 777-3DZ ER 36103/686 Oneworld livery. “Um-Alamad” First visit 23 October 2012
A7-BAC Boeing 777-3DZ ER 36010/731 “Freha”. First visit 29 November 2012
A7-BAE Boeing 777-3DZ ER 36104/769 FC Barcelona livery. “Almas-Habia” First visit 9 August 2012 & first Qatar 777-300ER to visit Perth
A7-BAF Boeing 777-3DZ ER 37661/815 Oneworld livery.“Bu Samra”  First visit 17 November 2012
A7-BAG Boeing 777-3DZ ER 36014/819 Oneworld livery.“Littoriya”  First visit 15 January 2013
A7-BAH Boeing 777-3DZ ER 37662/849 “Al Mergab”. First visit 4 December 2012
A7-BAI Boeing 777-3DZ ER 36095/742 “Umm Taga”. First visit 14 August 2012
A7-BAJ Boeing 777-3DZ ER 36096/851 “Al-Ruwais”. First visit 9 October 2012
A7-BAK Boeing 777-3DZ ER 36097/859 “Al-Gharia”. First visit 30 October 2012
A7-BAL Boeing 777-3DZ ER 38244/893 “Al-Hasheemiyya”. First visit 13 December 2012
A7-BAM Boeing 777-3DZ ER 38245/922 “Al-widaihiyya”. First visit 11 October 2012
A7-BAN Boeing 777-3DZ ER 38246/925 “Al-Jasasiyya”. First visit 1 September 2012
A7-BAO Boeing 777-3DZ ER 36011/750 “Al-Qarayen”. First visit 30 August 2012
A7-BAP Boeing 777-3DZ ER 38248/958 “Al Gattara”. First visit 13 July 2013
A7-BAQ Boeing 777-3DZ ER 38247/910 “Al-Khfaira”. First visit 12 December 2012
A7-BAS Boeing 777-3DZ ER 41062/997 “Bu Fintas”. First visit 14 March 2013
A7-BAT Boeing 777-3DZ ER 41738/1149 (not yet visited Perth)
A7-BAU Boeing 777-3DZ ER 41739/1163 First visit 22 August 2014
A7-BAV Boeing 777-3DZ ER 41740/1179 First visit 29 March 2016
A7-BAW Boeing 777-3DZ ER 41741/1071 “Rawdat Hotan”. First visit 10 July 2014
A7-BAX Boeing 777-3DZ ER 41780/1035 First visit 30 June 2013
A7-BAY Boeing 777-3DZ ER 41778/1078 “Jaryil Dhabi”. First visit 22 June 2013
A7-BAZ Boeing 777-3DZ ER 41781/1093 “Al Swaihiliyya”. First visit 24 August 2014
A7-BEA Boeing 777-3DZ ER 41779/1098 “Umm El Ma’a”. First visit 10 November 2013
A7-BEB Boeing 777-3DZ ER 43215/1218 First visit 8 October 2014
A7-BEC Boeing 777-3DZ ER 43216/1226 First visit 3 March 2016
A7-BED Boeing 777-3DZ ER 60330/1244 First visit 31 October 2014
A7-BEE Boeing 777-3DZ ER 60331/1314 First visit 2 February 2016
A7-BEF Boeing 777-3DZ ER 60332/1351 First visit 23 November 2015
A7-BEG Boeing 777-3DZ ER 60333/1359 First visit 13 March 2016
A7-BEH Boeing 777-3DZ ER 60334/1375 First visit 26 March 2016
A7-BEI Boeing 777-3DZ ER 60335/1384 First visit 3 April 2016
A7-BEJ Boeing 777-3DZ ER 60336/1404 First visit 16 June 2016
A7-BEK Boeing 777-300ER 64062/1507 (not yet visited Perth)
A7-BEL Boeing 777-300ER 64063/1511 (not yet visited Perth)
A7-BEM Boeing 777-300ER 64088/1525 (not yet visited Perth)
A7-BEN Boeing 777-300ER 64064/1523 (not yet visited Perth)
A7-BEO Boeing 777-300ER 64065/1527 (not yet visited Perth)
A7-BEP Boeing 777-300ER 64066/1530 on order

 

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Scoot (IATA code: TZ / ICAO code: SCO)Scoot

In May 2011, Singapore Airlines announced its intention to establish a low-cost subsidiary airline for medium and long-haul routes. In November 2011, the new airline – named Scoot – was launched.

Scoot uses Boeing 777-212ER aircraft which were formerly operated by its parent company Singapore Airlines.

The airline began revenue services on 4 June 2012, flying from Singapore to Sydney.

In August 2013, Scoot was reported to be arranging to commence Perth/Singapore services. In October 2013, the airline confirmed that Perth services would start from 19 December 2013, five times per week.

The Boeing 777s were withdrawn from Perth services in 2015, being replaced with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners. Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners are also now used.

Fleet list as at 30 Dec 2017:

9V-OFA Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 37117/314 八宝 (“Eight Treasures” in English). First visit 24 October 2015
9V-OFB Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 37118/335 ‘Lickity-Split’. First visit 17 September 2015
9V-OFC Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 37120/349 ‘Scootalicious’. First visit 7 December 2015
9V-OFD Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 37121/375 ‘Goin’ Scootin’. First visit 24 February 2016
9V-OFE Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 37122/415 ‘The Future is Yellow’. First visit 3 May 2016
9V-OFG Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 37123/474 ‘Kama Scootra’. First visit 4 September 2016 & 1st revenue service.
9V-OFH Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 37124/552 ‘Scooti-mite’. First visit 5 June 2017.
9V-OFI Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 37125/559 ‘Mous-Scoot-ka’. First visit 2 June 2017.
9V-OFJ Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 37126/599 ‘Bo Jio’. First visit 24 August 2017.
9V-OFK Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 37127/627 Getting Lei’d‘. First visit 11 Dec 2017.
9V-OJA Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 37112/240 ‘Dream Start’. First visit 5 February 2015 – also first visit to Australia
9V-OJB Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 37113/272 ‘Barry’. First visit 11 March 2015
9V-OJC Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 37114/284 ‘Inspiring Spirit’. First visit 30 April 2015
9V-OJD Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 37115/308 ‘Big Yella Fella’. First visit 4 June 2015
9V-OJE Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 37116/316 ‘Maju-Lah’ (Formerly SG50 special livery). First visit 13 July 2015
9V-OJF Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 37119/337 ‘Bo-eng’. First visit 21 October 2015

Singapore Airlines (IATA code: SQ/ ICAO code: SIA)

Singapore Airlines logoIn 1965, Singapore separated from the Federation of Malaysia, so in 1966 Malaysian Airlines was renamed Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA). Rapid expansion followed from 1967 with new routes being established – in April 1967, MSA commenced services to Perth using the De Havilland Comet 4, following an initial route-proving flight on 7 March 1967 by 9V-BAS. Boeing 707-320s were acquired and used on Perth services from 1969.

In 1972, political differences between Singapore (which wanted to develop long-haul international routes) and Malaysia (which wanted to build domestic routes first) caused Malaysia-Singapore Airlines to be split, forming Singapore Airlines and Malaysian Airlines System (MAS). Singapore Airlines retained all of the former MSA Boeing 707s, and these were used on Perth services.

Later, Airbus A310-300, A340-300, Boeing 747-200s, -300s and -400s, Boeing 777-200ER and -300 and DC-10-30s were used. Singapore Cargo has also operated to Perth with its 747-200F and -400F freighter aircraft.

From April 2009, Singapore Airlines switched to the A330-300 on all Perth services. In 2011, the airline reintroduced the Boeing 777-200ER to some services. From June – Oct 2012, the airline also used Boeing 777-312 aircraft, three times per week. It then switched to all services being operated by 777-200ER until later reintroducing the A330-300 on SQ213/SQ226 services only, from 1 Dec 2012. It later switched to the Boeing 777-200ER on all Perth services, before adding the A330 to the SQ215/SQ214 and SQ225/SQ224 services from 27 October 2013.

  • SQ215/ SQ216 and SQ225/SQ224: Airbus A330-343X
  • SQ213/ SQ226 and SQ223/SQ214: Boeing 777-212ER

Fleet list correct as at 7 Nov 2017:

9V-SSA Airbus A330-343X 1485 First visit 26 February 2014
9V-SSB Airbus A330-343X 1517 First visit 26 May 2014
9V-SSC Airbus A330-343X 1544 First visit 9 August 2014
9V-SSD Airbus A330-343X 1562 First visit 4 October 2014
9V-SSE Airbus A330-343X 1597 First visit 3 February 2015 – also first visit to Australia
9V-SSF Airbus A330-343X 1609 First visit 11 April 2015
9V-SSG Airbus A330-343X 1633 First visit 4 August 2015
9V-SSH Airbus A330-343X 1648 First visit 10 September 2015
9V-SSI Airbus A330-343X 1666 First visit 5 October 2015 – also first visit to Australia
9V-STA Airbus A330-343X 978 First visit 10 April 2009
9V-STB Airbus A330-343X 983 First visit 6 April 2009
9V-STC Airbus A330-343X 986 First visit 4 April 2009
9V-STF Airbus A330-343X 1010 First visit 4 May 2009
9V-STO Airbus A330-343X 1132 First visit 2 July 2010
9V-STQ Airbus A330-343X 1149 First visit 12 October 2010
9V-STR Airbus A330-343X 1156 First visit 14 October 2010 – also first revenue flight
9V-STT Airbus A330-343X 1382 First visit 16 March 2013
9V-STU Airbus A330-343X 1401 First visit 14 April 2013
9V-STV Airbus A330-343X 1427 First visit 7 November 2013
9V-STW Airbus A330-343X 1447 First visit 1 November 2013
9V-STY Airbus A330-343X 1453 First visit 15 December 2013
9V-STZ Airbus A330-343X 1477 First visit 16 December 2013
9V-SQJ Boeing 777-212ER 30875/406 First visit 21 May 2006?
9V-SQK Boeing 777-212ER 33368/428 First visit 23 March 2003
9V-SQL Boeing 777-212ER 33370/451 First visit 9-10 August 2006
9V-SQM Boeing 777-212ER 33372/485 First visit 18 December 2011
9V-SQN Boeing 777-212ER 33373/487 First visit 23 February 2006
9V-SRL Boeing 777-212ER 32334/409 First visit 27 July 2002?
9V-SRM Boeing 777-212ER 32320/438
9V-SRO Boeing 777-212ER 32321/447 First visit 3 November 2003
9V-SRP Boeing 777-212ER 33369/448 First visit 11 November 2003
9V-SRQ Boeing 777-212ER 33371/449 First visit 14 October 2003
9V-SVB Boeing 777-212ER 28525/353 First visit 8 May 2003
9V-SVC Boeing 777-212ER 28526/355 First visit 6 September 2001
9V-SVE Boeing 777-212ER 30870/374 First visit 27 April 2002
9V-SVF Boeing 777-212ER 30871/378
9V-SVG Boeing 777-212ER 30872/398 First visit 8 May 2003
9V-SVI Boeing 777-212ER 32316/412 First visit 6 May 2003
9V-SVJ Boeing 777-212ER 32335/415 First visit 21 May 2003
9V-SVL Boeing 777-212ER 32336/422 First visit 14 May 2003
9V-SVM Boeing 777-212ER 30874/430 First visit 17 May 2003
9V-SVN Boeing 777-212ER 30873/431 First visit 28 May 2003

 

South African Airways logoSouth African Airways (IATA code: SA)

South African Airways commenced operations between Johannesburg and Perth on 25 November 1957 with Douglas DC-7B aircraft, and continued to use DC-7s until 7 March 1967 when operations switched to jets, using the Boeing 707-320C. In January 1977, operations switched to the Boeing 747SP and 747-200. Operations continued until 27 October 1987 when the Australian Government withdrew landing rights due to the political situation in South Africa.

Operations restarted on 19 January 1992, again with Boeing 747SP and 747-200s, but occasionally 747-300s and -400s were used.

However, on 3 December 2003, the final SAA Boeing 747 service was flown by ZS-SAL, and from the following day, the route was flown by Airbus A340s, starting with the A340-200 (ZS-SLB). South African Airways operated three versions of A340s (-200/-300/-600) on the Perth / Johannesburg route at various times during the year. The A340-200s have since been withdrawn from the fleet.

Fleet list correct as at 7 Nov 2017.

ZS-SXA Airbus A340-313E 544 First visit 14 July 2004 – 1st SAA A340-300 to visit
ZS-SXB Airbus A340-313E 582
ZS-SXC Airbus A340-313E 590
ZS-SXD Airbus A340-313E 643 Olympics livery “Siyanqoba”
ZS-SXE Airbus A340-313E 646
ZS-SXF Airbus A340-313E 651 First visit 8 May 2005
ZS-SXG Airbus A340-313X 378 First visit 5 February 2011
ZS-SXH Airbus A340-313X 197 First visit 11 February 2011
ZS-SNA Airbus A340-642 410 First visit 19 February 2004
ZS-SNB Airbus A340-642 417 First visit 16 February 2004
ZS-SNC Airbus A340-642 426 First visit 10 February 2004 – 1st A340-600 to visit Perth.
Star Alliance livery
ZS-SND Airbus A340-642 531
ZS-SNE Airbus A340-642 534 First visit 27 February 2004
ZS-SNF Airbus A340-642 547 First visit 14 August 2004
ZS-SNG Airbus A340-642 557 First visit  26 September 2004
ZS-SNH Airbus A340-642 626
ZS-SNI Airbus A340-642 630 First visit 11 June 2005

 

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Thai Airways logoThai Airways International (IATA code: TG)

In 1982, Thai Airways started a weekly Bangkok – Perth service operated by Qantas aircraft, but on 1 October 1985, Thai took over from Qantas on the route, using Thai’s DC-10-30 aircraft.

Thai has operated DC-10-30, MD-11, A300-600, A310-300, Boeing 777-300, and Airbus A330-300 on Perth services over the years. From 20 September 2014 (arriving in Perth 21 September), Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners replaced the A330s on Perth services.

Fleet list as at 7 Nov 2017:

HS-TQA Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 35315/190 ‘Ongkharak’. First visit to Perth and Australia 26 September 2014.
HS-TQB Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 35316/209 Chaturaphak Phiman‘. First visit to Perth and Australia 21 September 2014 – also first Boeing 787-8 to visit Perth
HS-TQC Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 36110/226 ‘Pran Buri’. First visit to Perth and Australia 18 January 2015
HS-TQD Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 35320/244 ‘Wapi Pathum’. First visit to Perth and Australia 17 January 2015
HS-TQE Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 38757/287 ‘Kosum Phisai’. First visit to Perth 17 May 2015
HS-TQF Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner 38759/331 ‘Kong Krailat’. First visit 13 August 2015

 

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3 thoughts on “Airline lists – FOREIGN

  • January 12, 2016 at 6:00 pm
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    Dear Sirs,
    good morning and congratulations for this excellent site,

    best regards

    Luiz Sergio Pinto Guedes
    Brasil

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  • August 6, 2016 at 6:33 pm
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    Thai Flight Schedule change as of Friday November 4th
    DAILY: TG481 ex BANGKOK arr 15:15 / TG482 dep 16:30 to BANGKOK

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    • August 10, 2016 at 6:30 pm
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      From 30 October 2016 (Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner):

      TUE/THU/SAT: TG483 departs Bangkok 0001, arrives at Perth at 0755 / TG484 departs Perth 0915, arrives Bangkok 1510
      MON/WED/FRI/SUN: TG481 departs Bangkok 0720, arrives Perth 1515 / TG482 departs Perth 1630, arrives Bangkok 2225

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