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MELBOURNE, Australia - Australia's largest airline Qantas and China Eastern Airlines sold a stake of 66 million U.S.
The disruptive nature of the Internet has changed the game for many travel industry suppliers, who are increasingly using social media, mobile, and email marketing to promote their products and servic
Tourism Australia has signed a three-year marketing agreement with Etihad Airways worth $6 million as the peak body moves to fill the gap created by the loss of funding from Qantas.
Qantas has accused the head of Tourism Australia of trying to "unravel" the airline's future plans, ending its 40-year partnership with the peak tourist body and suspending a $44 million three-year in
SYDNEY, Australia - Qantas and Emirates today announced a new global aviation partnership that will give their customers a seamless Australian and international network, exclusive frequent flyer benef
China Southern and Etihad plan to increase flights to Queensland, adding to the pressure on Qantas from foreign airlines targeting Australia because of the strong economy.
Virgin Australia cabin crew are being ordered to take classes in etiquette, posture and language as part of the company's bid to take on Qantas as the airline of choice for business-class passengers.
Qantas has suffered its first monthly decline in yields from both its domestic and international operations in more than two years, in a further sign of the impact of a fare war with Virgin Australia.
Qantas management is warning the carrier could ''go under'' if the state-owned Etihad is allowed to buy enough of a share of Virgin Australia to allow it to start undercutting Qantas on its profitable
Qantas faces twin challenges from Asia this week as Singapore Airlines' low-cost offshoot Scoot launches flights to Sydney and China Southern cranks up its "Canton Route" to London.
Qantas says forcing airlines to submit a safety case to the regulator and the Government prior to grounding its fleet would be impractical and could put passengers at risk.
Qantas has finally ditched ambitious plans to set up a new ultra-premium airline in Asia - the centrepiece of efforts by the chief executive, Alan Joyce, to revive its international operations - after
The Future Fund chief, David Murray, has backed Qantas in the dispute with its workforce, saying unless companies like the airline tackle entrenched union privilege Australia risks the same fate as Eu
Qantas has called off the dramatic grounding of its entire fleet after a tribunal ordered the Australian airline and trade unions to end a dispute that has stranded thousands of passengers.
Qantas and Airbus have finalised a contract for 110 A320 Family aircraft, to help with the airline’s fleet renewal and expansion plans in the coming years.