Qantas outlines international restart strategy, as group suffers $1.7bn loss
by Huntley Mitchell
The national carrier has masked another massive full-year loss with some optimistic talk of international flights in the near future.
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Sadly, the ongoing impact from the Greater Sydney lockdown has forced Alan Joyce’s hand.
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Qantas delays international restart, as Joyce issues “hermit state” warning
Thought Qantas’ October timeline for the restart of international flights was looking rather precarious before last night’s Federal Budget reveal? Be proven right here.
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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 still committed to October restart for international flights, says Joyce
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Qantas suffers $1bn half-yearly loss, pushes back international flight plans
by Huntley Mitchell
The flying kangaroo won’t be hopping overseas as soon as originally hoped, after posting a “stark, but not surprising” loss.
Qantas makes flying more flexible, boosts premium service
The flying kangaroo has become even more flexible. However, that’s not to say you’ll find cabin crew constantly stretching their hamstrings and rolling their shoulders mid-flight.
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There’s plenty to dissect in this story, so we hope you have your scalpel handy.
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