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Gold Coast set for influx in visitor arrivals

first_imgThe Gold Coast is set to see an influx in domestic aviation capacity, particularly from Victoria, when Qantas commence its Melbourne-Gold Coast service (25 October) and Jetstar commences its Avalon-Gold Coast services (26 October).Reports indicate that at the end of September, 20,000 seats had already been sold on Jetstar’s new Avalon service.In September 2015, Jetstar also announced that it would significantly increase its available seat inventory on flights to Queensland as part of its summer schedule for 2015, in response to strong travel demand.The Gold Coast can expect to see an additional 110,000 seats, many of which will originate from Melbourne, with Jetstar becoming the main tenant of Terminal 4 from November 2015.Gold Coast welcomes first service from WuhanMeanwhile, Gold Coast Airport and Gold Coast Tourism today welcomed Jetstar’s inaugural service between Gold Coast and Wuhan China.These direct flights are the result of a landmark agreement with Jetstar and Hubei Wanda New Airline International Travel Services Co. Ltd.Passengers arriving from the first flight were met by key tourism, government, and aviation executives, as well as Australian animals from Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and theme park characters from Movie World and Dreamworld.Central China represents a new frontier for the Gold Coast in our marketing efforts in China.With existing air services from Southern, Northern and Eastern China, the addition of these Jetstar services from Central China greatly enhances the overall accessibility of the Gold Coast in this critical growth market.The Gold Coast – Wuhan China service operates twice weekly, and is operated by a B787 aircraft. The city of Wuhan, with a population of 10 million people, is the capital of Hubei Province in China which has an overall population of 57 million people. Visit The Gold CoastSource = Gold Coast Tourism Influx in domestic aviation capacity with new services and more seats for Gold Coast last_img read more