As part of the agreement, the companies also expand their collaboration into the Iberian Peninsula. TAL Aviation’s Spanish team, headed by Juan Oviedo Delgado, TAL Aviation Country Manager Spain & Portugal, will provide sales, marketing, and additional services to support both the Spanish and Portuguese markets.
Nissim Sagis, Chief Commercial Officer at TAL Aviation, comments: “We are excited to be continuing our cooperation, especially with the expansion into the Spanish and Portuguese markets. Qantas has announced several strategic developments that will enhance the customer experience at the selling level. The growth of Qantas’ distribution platform into additional markets, for example, will enable agents to offer a more personalized customer service, which we look forward to seeing implemented across more of our markets in the future.”
Qantas has made numerous network updates over recent months, adding services in existing markets and resuming flights to London and its New Zealand cities. In addition, services to Santiago, San Francisco, Osaka, Tokyo, and Bali, are scheduled to re-start soon.
The Australian national airline is also improving the comfort experience at the airport, rolling out generation airport kiosks for customers traveling on domestic flights.
Other steps taken to conquer future travel are investing up to US$200 million to accelerate the establishment of a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) industry in Australia and ordering 12 Airbus A350-1000s to enable non-stop flights to Australia from any other city, including New York and London, from late 2025.