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Jetstar Pacific brand to disappear, as Qantas Group plans exit from Vietnam Airlines JV

After months of speculation surrounding the joint venture between Qantas Group and Vietnam Airlines, it’s confirmed that the Jetstar Pacific brand will be no more.

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“Jetstar has absolutely been a disruptor”: Gareth Evans talks super growth, Japan and rural flights

by Ali Coulton

We disrupted the CAPA Asia Pacific conference yesterday by showing up more than a few hours late to bring you this coverage. Please send ‘thank you’ cupcakes, we deserve them.

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Qantas puts inflight wifi back on agenda

by Anne Majumdar

Qantas is working towards introducing wifi across its fleet, despite its unsuccessful trial of inflight internet connectivity back in 2012

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“Agile” Qantas bumps up Asia routes

by Anne Majumdar

Growing demand for its Sydney to Hong Kong and Perth to Singapore services has prompted Qantas to add more flights on both routes from December.

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Qantas strengthens “vital” China links

The expansion of its partnership with China Eastern comes at an “exciting time” for Qantas International, CEO Gareth Evans says.

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Roo jumps over ruling; boozy times ahead

by Daisy Melwani / AAP

Qantas is likely to celebrate this morning following the ACCC verdict, and will probably do so with a good tipple after appointing Rockpool to revamp its booze list.

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Secrets to a 50-year relationship

by Hannah Edensor

Qantas hasn’t ditched its partner across the ditch.

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Qantas well-placed for future investment, says CFO

Australia’s “surprisingly strong” position in global aviation makes Qantas an attractive option for future investment as foreign ownership restrictions on […]

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Qantas CFO hits out at "armchair" critics

Qantas' finance chief has taken a swipe at the airline's "armchair expert" critics and defended its profit-draining strategy of maintaining […]

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