• Qantas announces to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2050

    Published on : Monday, November 11, 2019

     Qantas has come up with the industry’s ‘most ambitious’ plan to cut down the environmental impact of flying.     By 2050 the airline intends to slash its net carbon emissions to zero. Qantas announcement comes at a time of …

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  • World’s longest nonstop flight to take off today

    Published on : Friday, October 18, 2019

    A plane and its passengers are going to test the physical and mental limits of long-haul aviation when Qantas operates the world’s longest nonstop flight from New York to Sydney today.   The 10,000 mile journey will be a kind …

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  • Centenary Livery Unveiled On Newest Qantas Dreamliner

    Published on : Wednesday, October 16, 2019

    Qantas’ newest 787 Dreamliner has rolled out of the paint shop at Boeing’s factory in Washington State today, wearing a special Centenary livery to celebrate the flying kangaroo’s 100th year in the skies.     Qantas will turn 99 in …

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  • Annual net profit of Qantas goes down, fuel cost soars

    Published on : Thursday, August 22, 2019

    Due to the rising fuel costs and weaker Australian dollar Qantas saw a 17 per cent fall in annual net profit.     But the carrier cheered investors with a A$400 million share buyback and higher dividend and would keep …

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  • Qantas signs LOI with Vallair to lease the first A321P2F cargo conversion aircraft

    Published on : Tuesday, August 20, 2019

    Vallair, the mature aircraft and asset specialist, has signed an LOI to lease the first A321P2F (Passenger to Freighter) aircraft conversion to Qantas. This A321P2F MSN835 is intended to be operated by Qantas Freight on behalf of its customer.   …

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  • Hundreds of passengers stranded as Qantas cancelled 4 Melbourne-LA flights

    Published on : Tuesday, August 6, 2019

    Hundreds of passengers were left stranded in Australia and the U.S. after Qantas cancelled 4 consecutive Melbourne-LA flights. The airline cited several separate mechanical problems as the cause. Quantas said in a statement that the LAX to Melbourne flight was …

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  • First-ever “zero waste” commercial flight takes to the skies

    Published on : Wednesday, May 8, 2019

    In the wake of global warming taking a toll on the environment, the Australian airline Qantas has come with a laudable initiative, the first-ever commercial flight to produce “zero waste”. The flight took off today as part of a new …

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  • Qantas To Launch Seasonal Flights To Sapporo

    Published on : Monday, April 22, 2019

    Qantas will launch new direct seasonal flights between Sydney and Sapporo, meeting a growing demand from Australians wanting to travel to the popular Japanese ski holiday destination.     To coincide with the peak ski season, Qantas will fly three …

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  • Boeing 747-8F To Join Qantas Freight Fleet

    Published on : Friday, April 5, 2019

    Qantas Freight has announced it will lease two Boeing 747-8F freighter aircraft, offering greater capacity and improved efficiency for its global freight customers.     The next-generation freighters will replace the current two Boeing 747-400F that are currently operated on …

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  • Qantas Hosts 10-Year-Old Ceo For Airline Executive Summit

    Published on : Thursday, March 28, 2019

    Qantas today announced it would form a partnership with fledgling local carrier Oceania Express – and start a behind-the-scenes program for budding airline executives – after a much-anticipated meeting between the two airline bosses in Sydney.     It follows …

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  • Qantas Kicks Off Footy Season With Sale For Finals

    Published on : Tuesday, March 26, 2019

    To mark the start of the 2019 footy season, Qantas has added more flights and larger aircraft along with a special ‘Back Your Team’ sale for footy fans to get to Melbourne over Grand Final weekend in September.     …

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  • One Year Later: Perth-London Exceeds Expectations and Speed Records

    Published on : Tuesday, March 26, 2019

    Boosting tourism, breaking speed records and supporting more than $100 million in visitor spending in WA are some of the results from 12 months of the history-making Perth to London flight.     Visiting Western Australia to mark the first …

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  • Qantas Group To Slash Waste To Landfill, Plastic In Major Environmental Push

    Published on : Thursday, February 21, 2019

    The Qantas Group has announced an ambitious plan to become the world’s first airline to reuse, recycle and compost at least three-quarters of its general waste by the end of 2021.     Announcing the plan as part of the …

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  • Qantas Group Hy19 Results – Ceo Remarks

    Published on : Thursday, February 21, 2019

    Today, I’m pleased to report that the Qantas Group delivered a strong result for the first half of financial year 2019.   It’s a result that shows what a resilient business we’ve become.   SUMMARY OF RESULT At the topline, …

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  • Qantas Transforms Distribution Model To Deliver Modernised Content For Travel Agents

    Published on : Friday, February 8, 2019

    Qantas is evolving its distribution model by modernising the way agents book fares and deliver customers personalised experiences.     The Qantas Channel is part of the broader digital strategy to enhance Qantas’ booking systems, and is a new agreement …

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  • Qantas appoints Anna Pritchard

    Published on : Thursday, February 7, 2019

      Anna Pritchard has joined Qantas as the  new regional general manager for the UK, Europe, Middle East, India and Africa.     For more than eight years she has worked with the Australian flag-carrier  and served Qantas as the …

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  • Qantas cancels its 8 remaining A380 orders

    Published on : Thursday, February 7, 2019

    Qantas Airlines has formally canceled its eight remaining Airbus A380 orders, leaving it with a fleet of 12 as technology and fuel economy catch up with the superjumbo.     The long-expected cancellation had been flagged previously and comes as …

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  • Economic Regulation Of Airports – Productivity Commission Draft Report

    Published on : Wednesday, February 6, 2019

    This report from the Productivity Commission is disappointing and essentially endorses Australia’s airports to remain some of the most expensive in the world. That means the travelling public will continue to pay more at every stage of their journey, whether …

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  • Qantas takes the stake in Brisbane-based Alliance Airlines

    Published on : Friday, February 1, 2019

    Qantas Airlines has taken a 19.9 percent shareholding in Brisbane-based charter operator Alliance Aviation and says it will seek approval to ultimately become the majority stakeholder.       Australia’s biggest airline paid $A60 million on market for the stake …

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  • Qantas to operate world’s longest flight in custom-built planes by 2022

    Published on : Monday, December 24, 2018

    Qantas Airways is looking to launch world’s longest flight by 2022. The proposed Sydney-to-London route would take 20 hours and 22 minutes.     Qantas Airways has a business plan, but no plane to fly it. The airlines has requested …

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