You searched archives for April 2021
  • OP-ED: CLAIMS, COUNTERCLAIMS, BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY, CREDIBILITY – QANTAS GROUP CEO ALAN JOYCE

    This op-ed was originally published in the Australian Financial Review on Thursday 22 April 2021 in response to an opinion piece from Rex Airlines Deputy Chairman John Sharp. In business, credibility is everything. Your customers, investors and the market need to know they can believe what you’re saying. So do regulators. How, then, should Rex […]

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  • QANTAS RESPONDS TO FALSE CLAIMS FROM REX

    REX CLAIM: Qantas is a loss making enterprise at the best of times and its finances are precarious due to the impact of COVID. FACT: Prior to COVID Qantas was recording annual profits in excess of $1 billion, while at the same time investing heavily in new aircraft such as the Boeing 787. Qantas remains […]

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  • THE FLYING KANGAROO AND FOUR PILLARS TEAM UP TO PRODUCE A HIGH-FLYING GIN

    Four Pillars and Qantas have released a uniquely Australian gin to commemorate the centenary of the national carrier. The QF100 gin traces its roots back to Longreach, the birthplace of Qantas, and features botanicals sourced from the central western Queensland region. Four Pillars co-founder and distiller Cameron Mackenzie said he wanted to create a gin […]

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  • GROOVY BABY! QANTAS 747 RETRO LOUNGE UNVEILED AS NEW STAR ATTRACTION AT THE QANTAS FOUNDERS MUSEUM

    A replica of the iconic 1970s Boeing 747-200 First Class inflight lounge has been unveiled as the newest installation at the Qantas Founders Museum in Longreach. The custom-made replica was built as a set for the airline’s Centenary safety video and was recently gifted by Qantas on long term loan to the Founders Museum. It […]

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  • QANTAS AND JETSTAR SAY KIA ORA WITH OPENING OF TASMAN TRAVEL BUBBLE

    Quarantine-free Tasman flights resume after almost 400 days 630 Qantas and Jetstar employees coming back to work; more aircraft back in air Qantas to operate its first international flight out of the Gold Coast More than 5000 of Neil Perry’s signature pavlovas served in First lounges this week. After more than a year of international […]

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