Qantas eyes interstate move for Sydney headquarters
Having put up with Mascot’s lack of quality coffee shops and decent eateries since the 90s, we reckon Qantas’ head office staff would be rejoicing over this news.
Qantas International CEO to exit as part of management reshuffle
With Qantas’ international flights grounded until at least mid-2021, the writing was kinda on the wall for Tino La Spina.
Qantas suffers $1.9bn loss, with international flights “unlikely” before July 2021
by Huntley Mitchell
The Flying Kangaroo has essentially racked the international travel queue until mid-next year, but it still holds out hope for a trans-Tasman ‘bubble’ before then.
Qantas extends closing date of share purchase plan
by Huntley Mitchell
Qantas shareholders have been granted a little more time to get involved in the SSP, which stands for share purchase plan – not silly sausage party, as initially reported by Travel Weekly.
Qantas launches new NSW routes, opens share purchase plan
Admittedly, both routes were originally scheduled to start earlier this year, so they’re not exactly a surprise. But don’t let that stop you from getting out the party hats and poppers.
Qantas ticks off part one of $1.9 billion equity raising
Despite painting a gloomy outlook for the Qantas Group last week, Alan’s got a reason to smile thanks to this positive update.
Thousands of job losses, up to 100 aircraft grounded: Qantas announces massive post-COVID shake-up
Speculation had begun to swirl that this big announcement from Qantas was about to drop, and now it has – with an almighty thud.
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.
Hooray! Qantas and Jetstar increase domestic flights
Like Travel Weekly’s editor, this news is sure to have you making plane engine sounds with your mouth in celebration.
Qantas brings Boeing 717 fleet back in-house with new deal
Given the current state of affairs, Alan Joyce has had to settle for a bottle of Yellowglen rather than his usual Dom Perignon to celebrate this new deal.
Qantas wins sick leave court case, unveils new ‘Fly Well’ program
by Christian Fleetwood
Travel Weekly’s reporter has tried to jam as much Qantas news into one story as possible, so much so that he sat on his laptop to squeeze it all in.
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