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Jetstar Planning For Proposed Strike

Australian low-cost carrier Jetstar is cancelling flights due to a workers strike. The carrier has cancelled 90 flights after employees planned a strike due to safety and pay disputes. Jetstar has started to consolidate services, including re-aligning flights and aircraft in order to meet its existing flight load. 10 percent of the carrier’s domestic network will be cancelled next month to prepare for the strike. Employees at the carrier have been requesting more breaks during the day and a wage…

Inside the Departure of Qantas’ First Nonstop Research Flight from…

Qantas launched its first research flight on Friday departing from New York’s John F. Kennedy International and flying nonstop to Sydney’s Kingsford Smith Airport, the first flight ever to do so, as part of its Project Sunrise. The ultra-long-haul test flights are the first stage in the project that is…

Onboard the Final Flight: Qantas Transfers Newly-Retired Boeing 747 to…

Continuing its gradual retirement of the type, Qantas parted ways with another Boeing 747-400 on Tuesday. The airline’s latest Boeing 747 to be sent to the United States was VH-OJU named Lord Howe Island, a near-20-year-old Qantas veteran and one of its longest-serving global ambassadors at the time of its…

Qantas Records Increased Revenue in 2019, Plans For Project Sunrise…

Qantas is looking back on another strong year financially while also looking to the future with a new experiment on the way in 2020. The airline posted record revenues over the last fiscal calendar year but failed to turn that into a record profit due to changes in fuel pricing…

Qantas Records Increased Revenue in 2019, Plans For Project Sunrise…

Qantas is looking back on another strong year financially while also looking to the future with a new experiment on the way in 2020. The airline posted record revenues over the last fiscal calendar year but failed to turn that into a record profit due to changes in fuel pricing…

Qantas to Operate 787 Dreamliner Between Sydney and Santiago

Qantas has announced that its service between Sydney and Santiago is the next route to be upgraded to a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, the carrier's latest twin-engine offering. Though still subject to regulatory approval, the service will also have an additional three flights per week to connect the two Southern Hemisphere…

Qantas to Operate 787 Dreamliner Between Sydney and Santiago

Qantas has announced that its service between Sydney and Santiago is the next route to be upgraded to a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, the carrier's latest twin-engine offering. Though still subject to regulatory approval, the service will also have an additional three flights per week to connect the two Southern Hemisphere…

Handy Tips for Aussie Frequent Fliers

Whether you’re a weathered business flyer or someone with a serious case of wanderlust, you know what it’s like for the average Australian: if you want to get anywhere, it’s going to take you a while. 6-hour flights are simple short-hauls in our world. This means that for the Aussie…

New Sydney Airport Inks Agreement with Top Australian Airlines

The new Western Sydney Airport, Qantas Airways and Virgin Australia have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the airlines to give their advice on the new airport which is expected to open in 2026. Although the two airlines are rivals, the trio will collaborate on a range of issues,…

Longest Qantas Route Could Be Launched in 2023

Australian carrier Qantas will confirm its longest route, Sydney to London, by the end of this year. Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, revealed that the airline had asked both Boeing and Airbus to submit their “best and final offer” for an aircraft that can operate the longest route. The airline…