Stephanie Tully

Aviation

Qantas to resume 12 international routes from 18 December

by Ali Coulton

If all goes to plan, 18 December will now be known as the beginning of the end of Australia’s overseas travel ban hellscape. Coincidentally, it’s also our deputy editor’s birthday!

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Aviation

Qantas will prioritise states sticking to national plan for international flights, says Joyce

Qantas’ CEO has taken a swipe at WA and Queensland, while also revealing that the flying kangaroo will likely test out a few fresh international routes.

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Aviation

QantasLink to roll out inflight entertainment across entire fleet

Passengers flying on Qantas’ regional services are set to get square eyes if this announcement is anything to go by.

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Aviation

Qantas teams up with Tones And I for tear-jerking ad to launch vax rewards campaign

The flying kanga has released more deets about its vax rewards campaign, including an emotional ad featuring a ruggedly handsome farmer.

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Technology

IATA Travel Pass the “green light” to fly internationally with Qantas and Jetstar

After trialling and testing a number of potential solutions, the Qantas Group has revealed what Aussies will need to get outta here and overseas.

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Aviation

Qantas now has its very own gin

Work at Qantas? Noticed a few of your colleagues staggering around the office and slurring their words? Discover the cause here.

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Aviation

Qantas trials digital health pass with passengers, launches new Newcastle-Melbourne route

A plane full of repatriated Aussies have become the guinea pigs for Qantas’ first customer trial of the CommonPass digital health app.

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Aviation

Qantas to operate first ‘mystery flights’ since the 90s

Flight to nowhere? Check. Flight to somewhere? Check. Flight to who knows where? That’s next for Qantas.

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Aviation

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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Aviation

Qantas scraps Wallabies sponsorship, makes nearly $1m selling fully-stocked bar carts

We’ve mixed the good news with the bad here in this Qantas story, so get ready to smile and frown.

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Aviation

Qantas launches new ad asking ‘Why not?’

Qantas launches a range of new ads accompanied by the emotional song, ‘Feels Like Home’, and we’re not crying, you are.

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Qantas shakes up marketing roles

by B&T

Steph Tully is now exec manager of brand and marketing with Tanya Bulkin succeeding her in CMO of loyalty.

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