Qantas proposes scrapping bonuses if it is “harmed”
Qantas has copped some bad press lately, but the silver lining is it’s a great excuse for Alan Joyce to get a nice makeover!
“It’s more like a bribe”: Unions slam Qantas’ $5,000 ‘thank you’ payment
Speaking of bribes, if anyone would like to bribe us with an all-expenses-paid trip to Japan we promise to give you a good review on TripAdvisor.
Jetstar CEO to step down as Qantas promises $5,000 boost to employees and more domestic capacity cuts
It’s a day of mixed emotions for Qantas and Jetstar staff today, with bouts of cheering and sobbing breaking out at an alarming rate.
Qantas and Airbus unite for sustainable fuel pledge
Travel Weekly’s sustainable fuel pledge just involves us walking to the sandwich shop up the hill instead of charging Ubers to the company card every time we’re feeling peckish.
Qantas ranks poorly for delays as fuel prices cause flight cuts
We heard Alan Joyce was seen writing “pricey fuel and delays make Alan a dull boy” on a typewriter thousands of times. But we could be getting confused with The Shining again.
Qantas relaunches Perth-London route, ramps up trans-tasman flights, secures majority stake in TripADeal
Flights resuming to NZ mean that it will be much easier for the all blacks to come over and quickly beat Australia over and over again.
Qantas’ new long-haul flights could cost over $18,000
For this price, we’d hope that the flights come with a complimentary mani-pedi and a pet bunny called “Fluffy” to keep us company during the flight.
Nearly 19,000 sign petition to cut Qantas’ call wait times
Being put on hold can be annoying, but at Travel Weekly we take it as the perfect time to practice our worst dance moves.
Alan Joyce apologises for call wait times as glitch sees Qantas passengers pay twice
Doctors have warned that waiting on hold for too long can lead to an unhealthy dependency on elevator music, so those vulnerable to earworms are best advised to avoid contacting Qantas.
All in a days work: Qantas zeroes in on emissions, announces new CMO and launches shortest international flight
Travel Weekly also announced a carbon neutrality plan, though it mainly involves strapping solar panels to our office dog and hoping we can convince the intern to stand outside with her for a few hours a day.
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