Qantas aircraft, pictured in Melbourne, would fly direct to places such as London if Qantas follows through with Project Sunrise. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong International Airport and other transit hubs under threat as Qantas moves towards 20-hour non-stop flights between Melbourne and London, Sydney and New York

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  • Move could have negative impact on popular layover locations such as Hong Kong, but Qantas boss says no decision has been made
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Qantas aircraft, pictured in Melbourne, would fly direct to places such as London if Qantas follows through with Project Sunrise. Photo: Reuters
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