Qantas and Jetstar headquarters to stay put, but flying kangaroo’s JAL alliance in doubt
May 6, 2021
Qantas and Jetstar staff are no doubt breathing a sigh of relief after facing the prospect of having to move interstate and – god forbid – barrack for another footy team.
Qantas to farewell ‘Queen of the Skies’ with final flight
July 22, 2020
The last of Qantas 747s will be retired today, six months ahead of schedule, in a final voyage to the Mojave Desert.
Air Tahiti Nui breaks record for world’s longest passenger flight due to COVID-19
March 24, 2020
As a result of American coronavirus travel restrictions, the French Polynesian airline has broken a world record by flying direct from Tahiti to France.
Branson celebrates Virgin’s Japan win with giant sushi train on baggage carousel
November 15, 2019
If you thought Sir Richard Branson’s Australian flag hat was bonkers, get a load of the magnate’s latest effort.
“Airlines have a responsibility to cut emissions”: Qantas to reach net-zero emissions by 2050
November 11, 2019
Those wracked with guilt over their carbon footprint every time they fly can rest easy thanks to this news.
Qantas’ first non-stop New York to Sydney flight smashes record
October 21, 2019
Qantas staff were no doubt cracking out the champagne over the weekend and singing Sinatra’s “New York, New York” in light of this announcement.
Qantas finds most passengers aren’t tackling jet lag the best way
October 18, 2019
Think you know how to beat jet leg effectively? Well, don’t be so sure, suggests this new Qantas research.
What Qantas customers really want on long-haul flights
January 30, 2019
Qantas customers have handed in their list of suggestions for long-haul flights of the future, with in-built Slip ‘N Slides down the aisles and fold-out foot spas notable exceptions.
Flight Centre and Qantas named on most innovative companies list
October 18, 2018
Similarly, we’ve been named the office hoarder after having the most elaborate collection of magazines and empty coffee cups our colleagues have ever seen.