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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…

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…

The Land of the Rising LCC: How Japan’s Economy Kick-Started…

The airline world may be an ever-changing industry with airlines coming and going, but nothing has affected the Japanese aviation market more than the development of low-cost carriers. While incredibly prevalent today, many forget is how recent of a phenomenon the low-cost carrier was. To begin, the 21st century saw…

Asian Infusion: A Look at Honolulu’s Increasing Asian Competition

While Honolulu may be a popular destination for many Americans to travel to every year, the success airlines have found flying west of the islands has created a large market to the Oceania and Asia market. As a result, heavy competition has ensued in the years following as carriers try…

Qantas to Let 787-9 Option Expire and Order A321neos

Qantas Airways has made the decision to let one of its 15 Boeing 787-9 options expire in February. This decision comes after heavy promotion for the aircraft, with Qantas announcing service between San Francisco and Melbourne using the aircraft, and also promoting its third Boeing 787-9, naming it "Quokka." A…

The Fight for the Asian Narrow Body Market

Asia is the fastest growing aviation market in the world with passenger numbers and aircraft sales growing dramatically. At the core of the boom is the narrow body market that features two major competitors: the Airbus A320 and the Boeing 737. These two companies are in the thick of a…