Despite QF’s ultra-long haul flights, dubbed Project Sunrise, currently being shelved, Qantas Group chief executive Alan Joyce predicts that when borders open it will be the type of service to resonate even more with passengers.

‘There is likely to be a stronger business case for flights like Sydney / Melbourne to London or New York, without the necessity to stop anywhere on the way.’

Published in Hot Off The Press
Friday, 26 June 2020 23:28

QF's three-year recovery plan

Qantas has released a three-year strategy to guide recovery and return to growth in the changed market.

The airline says around 100 aircraft will be grounded for up to 12 months, some for longer. There will also be job losses and extended stand downs to manage a long period of reduced flying, especially internationally.

Published in Airlines
Tuesday, 24 March 2020 00:28

Sell your way...

Agents are being encouraged to still look at opportunities to continue earning points towards Sell Your Way to the USA, despite the incentive being put on hold through to mid-April at this stage.

Published in Americas
Thursday, 18 July 2019 23:47

Qantas' ‘quirks’ programme

Qantas has new perks for customers travelling to Australia, offering discounts on local experiences.

Published in Airlines
Thursday, 12 July 2018 20:22

QF: ‘We’re excited by NDC’

Qantas is excited about the opportunities offered by the New Distribution Capability (NDC) and thinks agents should be too, a technology conference in Bangkok heard last week.

Published in Airlines

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