Qantas Airways plans to slash the cost base of its ailing international business by nearly one-third over the next three years, in a move that has sparked speculation of further capacity cuts and job losses. Qantas chief financial officer Gareth Evans this month revealed “$1 billion or thereabouts” of the company’s $2 billion cost savings […]
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Qantas customers travelling on the popular Sydney-Dallas/Fort Worth route will soon be able to enjoy the world’s largest passenger aircraft on the world’s longest route, with an A380 replacing a B747 from September 2014.
Qantas Airways Ltd is axing 15 percent of its workforce, slashing spending and selling gas-guzzling older planes after stiff competition at home and overseas pushed the Australian flag carrier deep into the red in the first half.
QANTAS has chosen to send more than 300 maintenance jobs offshore rather than move them to Brisbane.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) today announced that Qantas Airways, an airline based in Australia, violated federal rules last March by not informing passengers on a delayed aircraft at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport that they had the opportunity to leave the plane as it sat at the gate for an extended period of time […]