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  • Qantas aircraft to be powered by renewable biofuel from 2020

    Qantas has today announced its Los Angeles based aircraft will be powered by biofuel from 2020, reducing the airline’s carbon emissions on its services operating between the US and Australia. Over the next ten years, the airline will purchase eight million gallons (30 million litres) of renewable jet fuel each year from US based bio-energy […]

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  • QANTAS AND EMIRATES PARTNERSHIP UPDATE

    Airlines apply to regulators to extend partnership until 2023 Submission includes adjustments to trans-Tasman services Co-ordinated route changes improve connectivity and schedule choice across combined network Qantas and Emirates today announce additional network changes under the joint partnership which provide customers with greater year round frequency and more services between Australia and New Zealand.* These […]

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  • NEW QANTAS SYDNEY – OSAKA FLIGHTS EXTENDED TO YEAR ROUND

    Sydney, 14 September 2017 – Qantas has today announced its seasonal service between Sydney and Osaka starting in December 2017 will be extended to operate on a year-round schedule.* The decision follows a strong response to the airline’s seasonal announcement in July and the ongoing support provided by Kansai International Airport and the New South […]

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  • QANTAS PILOTS WORK WITH GE AVIATION TO DEVELOP NEW FLIGHT DATA APP

    Qantas pilots and GE Aviation have developed a new flight data application (app), FlightPulse, that provides pilots with data to help them fly more efficiently and help reduce carbon emissions. FlightPulse,  the first fully commercialised product to be developed with mobile services from GE’s Predix platform,  uses recorded aircraft data and smart analytics to enable […]

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  • SHAPING HOW AUSTRALIANS TRAVEL

    First published as an Opinion piece in The Australian, 1 September 2017 Qantas has made some big announcements recently that will shape our international network. And they will also shape how Australians travel over the next decade. The changes are being driven by technology (like new aircraft), the weight of global growth (namely Asia) and what […]

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