As the coronavirus crisis continues, many flight services are being suspended and altered as the demand decreases.
Qantas have cut 60 percent of its domestic flights, including a reduction of the Moree to Sydney QantasLink service, beginning from April 1.
The suspension of flights is focused on cutting frequency, but some routes will be suspended and new route launches will be postponed.
The Moree to Sydney route has been cut down to six return services per week, from the usual two services per day.
The suspensions will last until at least the end of May.
"The efforts to contain the spread of Coronavirus have led to a huge drop in travel demand, the likes of which we have never seen before. This is having a devastating impact on all airlines," Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce said.