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  • QANTAS GROUP EXEC PAY ALMOST 70% LOWER IN FY21 THAN PRE-COVID

    The Qantas Group has today released its 2021 Annual Report, covering one of the toughest years in its long history. The report provides detailed disclosures on the Group’s performance against a range of financial and non-financial measures, including safety, sustainability and customer satisfaction. As announced at its full year results in August, the Group posted […]

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  • FLYING KANGAROO LANDS IN WHITSUNDAY COAST AS NEW ROUTE FROM BRISBANE TAKES OFF

    The flying kangaroo will today land in the Whitsunday Coast for the first time in seventeen years. The national carrier’s first flight from Brisbane arrives at Proserpine Airport this afternoon, with celebrations planned at the gate to welcome customers. QantasLink will operate up to seven weekly return flights on the route with its 74-seat Q400 […]

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  • QANTAS COMPLETES BOND REFINANCING IN OVERSUBSCRIBED OFFER

    The Qantas Group has completed a seven-year A$500m unsecured bond with a coupon of 3.15 per cent. The bond is being issued to refinance an A$300m bond maturing in May 2022. The bond was oversubscribed by a factor of six, with a book build of around A$1.9bn and highly competitive rates that led to the […]

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  • QANTAS DIRECT ADELAIDE TO TOWNSVILLE FLIGHTS TAKE OFF

    Travellers can now take advantage of a direct connection between Adelaide and Townsville with Qantas’ new flights between the two cities launching today. The airline’s first flight from Adelaide arrives in Townsville Airport this afternoon, marked with celebrations for customers at the gate at each airport. QantasLink will operate three weekly return flights with Embraer […]

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  • STATEMENT FROM QANTAS AND JAL ON ACCC DECISION ON PROPOSED JOINT BUSINESS

    Qantas and Japan Airlines (JAL) have expressed their disappointment at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) decision to block the airlines’ plans to form a joint business that would have boosted the recovery of tourism when international borders reopen. The airlines had sought approval from the ACCC in December 2020 to work more closely […]

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