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Brisbane Times
Qantas cutting seats to secure pricesA decision by Qantas Airways to lower domestic capacity in response to weak dem
Qantas cutting seats to secure prices
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 hours ago
A decision by Qantas Airways to lower domestic capacity in response to weak demand is already paying off for the airline, if not for consumers, in the form of a rebound in airfare prices and the percentage of seats filled. Qantas last month... Read more
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WA Today
Qantas cutting seats to secure pricesA decision by Qantas Airways to lower domestic capacity in response to weak dem
Qantas cutting seats to secure prices
WA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
A decision by Qantas Airways to lower domestic capacity in response to weak demand is already paying off for the airline, if not for consumers, in the form of a rebound in airfare prices and the percentage of seats filled. Qantas last month... Read more
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7h
The Age
Qantas cutting seats to secure pricesA decision by Qantas Airways to lower domestic capacity in response to weak dem
Qantas cutting seats to secure prices
The Age / Posted 7 hours ago
A decision by Qantas Airways to lower domestic capacity in response to weak demand is already paying off for the airline, if not for consumers, in the form of a rebound in airfare prices and the percentage of seats filled. Qantas last month... Read more
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Canberra Times
Qantas cutting seats to secure pricesA decision by Qantas Airways to lower domestic capacity in response to weak dem
Qantas cutting seats to secure prices
Canberra Times / Posted 7 hours ago
A decision by Qantas Airways to lower domestic capacity in response to weak demand is already paying off for the airline, if not for consumers, in the form of a rebound in airfare prices and the percentage of seats filled. Qantas last month... Read more
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10h
Sydney Morning Herald
Qantas cutting seats to secure pricesA decision by Qantas Airways to lower domestic capacity in response to weak dem
Qantas cutting seats to secure prices
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
A decision by Qantas Airways to lower domestic capacity in response to weak demand is already paying off for the airline, if not for consumers, in the form of a rebound in airfare prices and the percentage of seats filled. Qantas last month... Read more
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NZCity
Wellington Airport profit up 29 per centper cent to about 4.9 million. The airport company agreed five new internationa
Wellington Airport profit up 29 per cent
NZCity / Posted 10 days ago
per cent to about 4.9 million. The airport company agreed five new international services from Jetstar, Fiji Airways and Qantas Airways, adding 160,000 seats and it anticipates a further 110,000 seats when Singapore Airlines begins a Boeing 777... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Wellington Airport annual profit rises 29% on passenger growth4.6 percent to about 4.9 million. The airport company agreed five new internati
Wellington Airport annual profit rises 29% on passenger growth
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 10 days ago
4.6 percent to about 4.9 million. The airport company agreed five new international services from Jetstar, Fiji Airways and Qantas Airways, adding 160,000 seats and it anticipates a further 110,000 seats when Singapore Airlines begins a Boeing 777... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wellington Airport profit rises 29pc on passenger growthper cent to about 4.9 million. The airport company agreed five new internationa
Wellington Airport profit rises 29pc on passenger growth
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
per cent to about 4.9 million. The airport company agreed five new international services from Jetstar, Fiji Airways and Qantas Airways, adding 160,000 seats and it anticipates a further 110,000 seats when Singapore Airlines begins a Boeing 777... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Qantas Extends its A380 Support Contract with Spairliners until 2025Hamburg/Sydney – Qantas Airways Ltd., the Australian flag carrier based in Sydn
Qantas Extends its A380 Support Contract with Spairliners until 2025
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 11 days ago
Hamburg/Sydney – Qantas Airways Ltd., the Australian flag carrier based in Sydney, has renewed its Integrated Component Care contract with Spairliners who have been providing services since the A380 entry into service in 2008. The contract is... Read more
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T.M.A. Online Magazin
Amadeus und Plusgrade: Versteigerung von Upgrades » newswie genau ihr Flug aussehen soll.“Qantas ist von den Vorteilen der Lösung überz
Amadeus und Plusgrade: Versteigerung von Upgrades » news
T.M.A. Online Magazin / Posted 11 days ago
wie genau ihr Flug aussehen soll.“Qantas ist von den Vorteilen der Lösung überzeugt Die australische Fluggesellschaft Qantas Airways, die Amadeus Altéa einsetzt und zu den Kunden von Plusgrade gehört, ist von den Vorteilen der Lösung... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
World's 'biggest' budget airline alliance takes off in Asia-Pacifiche said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, So
World's 'biggest' budget airline alliance takes off in Asia-Pacific
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 13 days ago
he said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, Southeast Asia's biggest budget carrier, Qantas Airways' Jetstar Group of Australia and India's IndiGo. Yusof said their absence could mean they are taking a... Read more
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International Business Times
Eight budget airlines in Asia Pacific form world's largest alliance of low-cost carriers IndiGo and Malaysia's AirAsia Berhad. Both these groups have each more than 100
Eight budget airlines in Asia Pacific form world's largest alliance of low-cost carriers
International Business Times / Posted 13 days ago
IndiGo and Malaysia's AirAsia Berhad. Both these groups have each more than 100 aircraft in their fleet. Australia's Qantas Airways' Jetstar group was not part of the Value Alliance either. BusinessTraveller said that the service, which is... Read more
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Japan Today
8 Asian budget carriers share booking platforms in landmark pact ‹ Japan Todayare doing this for our own strategic reasons,” Wilson said, when asked if AirAs
8 Asian budget carriers share booking platforms in landmark pact ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 13 days ago
are doing this for our own strategic reasons,” Wilson said, when asked if AirAsia and Jetstar from Australia’s Qantas Airways Ltd were invited. “The fact that you don’t see the others here speaks for itself.” Value Alliance also... Read more
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Rappler
Cebu Pacific, 7 other budget airlines form alliancehe said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, So
Cebu Pacific, 7 other budget airlines form alliance
Rappler / Posted 14 days ago
he said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, Southeast Asia's biggest budget carrier, Qantas Airways' Jetstar Group of Australia, and India's IndiGo. Yusof said their absence could mean they are taking a... Read more
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The Economic Times
World's 'biggest' budget airline alliance takes offhe said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, So
World's 'biggest' budget airline alliance takes off
The Economic Times / Posted 14 days ago
he said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, Southeast Asia's biggest budget carrier, Qantas Airways' Jetstar Group of Australia and India's IndiGo. Yusof said their absence could mean they are taking a... Read more
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dna
World's 'biggest' budget airline alliance takes offhe said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, So
World's 'biggest' budget airline alliance takes off
dna / Posted 14 days ago
he said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, Southeast Asia's biggest budget carrier, Qantas Airways' Jetstar Group of Australia and India's IndiGo. Yusof said their absence could mean they are taking a... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
World’s ‘biggest’ budget airline alliance takes off in Asia-Pacifiche said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, So
World’s ‘biggest’ budget airline alliance takes off in Asia-Pacific
Manila Bulletin / Posted 14 days ago
he said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, Southeast Asia’s biggest budget carrier, Qantas Airways’ Jetstar Group of Australia and India’s IndiGo. Yusof said their absence could mean they are taking a... Read more
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The Star
World’s ‘biggest’ budget airline alliance takes off in Asia-Pacifiche said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, So
World’s ‘biggest’ budget airline alliance takes off in Asia-Pacific
The Star / Posted 14 days ago
he said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, Southeast Asia’s biggest budget carrier, Qantas Airways’ Jetstar Group of Australia and India’s IndiGo. Yusof said their absence could mean they are taking a... Read more
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Inquirier.net
World’s ‘biggest’ budget airline alliance takes off in Asia-Pacifiche said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, So
World’s ‘biggest’ budget airline alliance takes off in Asia-Pacific
Inquirier.net / Posted 14 days ago
he said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, Southeast Asia’s biggest budget carrier, Qantas Airways’ Jetstar Group of Australia and India’s IndiGo. Yusof said their absence could mean they are taking a... Read more
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The Manila Times
World’s ‘biggest’ budget airline alliance takes off in Asia-Pacifiche said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, So
World’s ‘biggest’ budget airline alliance takes off in Asia-Pacific
The Manila Times / Posted 14 days ago
he said. Notable exclusions from the new alliance were AirAsia of Malaysia, Southeast Asia’s biggest budget carrier, Qantas Airways’ Jetstar Group of Australia and India’s IndiGo. Yusof said their absence could mean they are taking a... Read more
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The Financial Express
Eight Asian budget carriers form alliance to open up networksAlliance also does not include Asia’s biggest budget carriers such as Malaysia’
Eight Asian budget carriers form alliance to open up networks
The Financial Express / Posted 14 days ago
Alliance also does not include Asia’s biggest budget carriers such as Malaysia’s AirAsia Bhd and AirAsia X Bhd, and affiliates including Indonesia’s Lion Air, India’s IndiGo, and Jetstar and Jetstar-branded units from Australia’s Qantas Airways... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Eight Asian budget carriers form allianceBhd, and affiliates including Indonesia's Lion Air, India's IndiGo, and Jetstar
Eight Asian budget carriers form alliance
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 14 days ago
Bhd, and affiliates including Indonesia's Lion Air, India's IndiGo, and Jetstar and Jetstar-branded units from Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd. Get full Bangkok Post printed newspaper experience on your digital devices with Bangkok Post... Read more
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The Star
Eight Asian budget carriers form alliance to open up networksalso does not include Asia's biggest budget carriers such as Malaysia's AirAsia
Eight Asian budget carriers form alliance to open up networks
The Star / Posted 14 days ago
also does not include Asia's biggest budget carriers such as Malaysia's AirAsia Bhd and AirAsia X Bhd, and affiliates including Indonesia's Lion Air, India's IndiGo, and Jetstar and Jetstar-branded units from Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd. - Reu... Read more
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Business Wire
Bid for Business Class: Amadeus Partners with Plusgrade to Bring Additional Revenues to Airline Customerswill gain greatly from the increased choice and flexibility when deciding how t
Bid for Business Class: Amadeus Partners with Plusgrade to Bring Additional Revenues to Airline Customers
Business Wire / Posted 20 days ago
will gain greatly from the increased choice and flexibility when deciding how they want their flight experience to be.” Qantas Airways, an Altéa customer and a partner of Plusgrade, comments on the benefits of the solution: "Our partnership with... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Air NZ pays $51m to settle freight cartel lawsuitin New York. It said its previous guidance for the 2016 financial results did
Air NZ pays $51m to settle freight cartel lawsuit
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 21 days ago
in New York. It said its previous guidance for the 2016 financial results did not include the settlement. Australia's Qantas Airways is among airlines to have settled, paying $US26.5 million, while Korean Air made the biggest settlement at... Read more
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TheBull
Stockwatch to May 6suit, and currency headwinds have pushed Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation into
Stockwatch to May 6
TheBull / Posted 24 days ago
suit, and currency headwinds have pushed Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation into the red during the third quarter. QAN - QANTAS AIRWAYS - up 10.00 cents, or 3.11 per cent, at $3.32 Qantas will set aside six planes for exclusive use by Australia... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Disturbing Wi-Fi hot spot name delays flightanything referencing "detonation devices" don't mix. A mobile hot spot with th
Disturbing Wi-Fi hot spot name delays flight
Local 10 Miami / Posted 26 days ago
anything referencing "detonation devices" don't mix. A mobile hot spot with the name "Mobile Detonation Device" had some Qantas Airways passengers refusing to fly over the weekend. A passenger spotted the hot spot on her phone's Wi-Fi menu after... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Disturbing Wi-Fi hot spot name delays flightanything referencing "detonation devices" don't mix. A mobile hot spot with th
Disturbing Wi-Fi hot spot name delays flight
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 26 days ago
anything referencing "detonation devices" don't mix. A mobile hot spot with the name "Mobile Detonation Device" had some Qantas Airways passengers refusing to fly over the weekend. A passenger spotted the hot spot on her phone's Wi-Fi menu after... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
Disturbing Wi-Fi hot spot name delays flightanything referencing "detonation devices" don't mix. A mobile hot spot with th
Disturbing Wi-Fi hot spot name delays flight
Local 6 Orlando / Posted 26 days ago
anything referencing "detonation devices" don't mix. A mobile hot spot with the name "Mobile Detonation Device" had some Qantas Airways passengers refusing to fly over the weekend. A passenger spotted the hot spot on her phone's Wi-Fi menu after... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Air NZ sees competition headwinds cominghas also warned of a softer outlook for Australian domestic aviation. The shar
Air NZ sees competition headwinds coming
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 27 days ago
has also warned of a softer outlook for Australian domestic aviation. The shares last traded at $2.51 and have declined 15 percent this year, partly reflecting rival Qantas Airways' decision to trim its expansion plans in response to weaker de... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Air NZ sees headwinds from competition, capacity in 2017 after strong 2016warned of a softer outlook for Australian domestic aviation. The shares last t
Air NZ sees headwinds from competition, capacity in 2017 after strong 2016
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 27 days ago
warned of a softer outlook for Australian domestic aviation. The shares last traded at $2.51 and have declined 15% this year, partly reflecting rival Qantas Airways' decision to trim its expansion plans in response to weaker demand. (Business... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Poor taste wi-fi name grounds plane after prompting fears explosive on boardplane that had a name on it that he found threatening and that we were not leav
Poor taste wi-fi name grounds plane after prompting fears explosive on board
Daily Mirror / Posted 28 days ago
plane that had a name on it that he found threatening and that we were not leaving until that device was brought to him." Qantas Airways has enjoyed the reputation of being the 'safest airline in the world' since 1988 Tom Cruise film Rain... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Stocks to watchper cent, at $19.81 Ansell has sold its ONGUARD footwear protection business t
Stocks to watch
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
per cent, at $19.81 Ansell has sold its ONGUARD footwear protection business to Dunlop for an undisclosed amount. QAN - QANTAS AIRWAYS - down 2.00 cents, or 0.62 per cent, at $3.20 Qantas will set aside six planes for exclusive use by Australia... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
NZ shares rise, buoyed by Z while Skellerup dropspeak sales periods. Air New Zealand fell 3.9 percent to $2.46. Goodson said th
NZ shares rise, buoyed by Z while Skellerup drops
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted a month ago
peak sales periods. Air New Zealand fell 3.9 percent to $2.46. Goodson said the stock has been weaker since ASX-listed Qantas Airways reduced its previously planned domestic capacity expansion two weeks ago. "The recent oil rebound is a factor... Read more
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iol.co.za
World running out of air traffic controllersSaab's remote tower in Alice Springs, which is almost dead centre of the contin
World running out of air traffic controllers
iol.co.za / Posted a month ago
Saab's remote tower in Alice Springs, which is almost dead centre of the continent. The airport, serving carriers including Qantas Airways and Emirates Airline, was run from a control tower 1 500 kilometres to the south in Adelaide. Airservices... Read more
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The Financial Express
Qantas to keep Airbus A380s past 2020; talking to Boeing on 777X jetsthe American aircraft manufacturer and its Airbus about their latest aircraft,
Qantas to keep Airbus A380s past 2020; talking to Boeing on 777X jets
The Financial Express / Posted 1 months ago
the American aircraft manufacturer and its Airbus about their latest aircraft, Gareth Evans said. (Reuters) Australia’s Qantas Airways Ltd plans to keep its Airbus Group long-haul A380 aircraft in service beyond 2020, when many will be around 10... Read more

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