Citations with the tag: QANTAS Airways Ltd
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- Service and growth: The Qantas connection.
// Architecture Australia; Mar/Apr95, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p88
Focuses on Qantas Airways Limited in its 75th year of operation. Number of destinations and countries served by Qantas; How ranked; Type of service served by Qantas; Points earned by members; Official airline of Royal Australian Institute of Architects.
- Qantas embarks on major fleet expansion plan
// Aviation Week & Space Technology; 6/20/88, Vol. 128 Issue 25, p39
Australia's international flag airlines, government-owned Qantas, is planning a $5.4 billion increase in aircraft capacity by 1991-92 to accommodate an expected surge of inbound traffic growth. Qantas is concentrating its fleet on the Boeing 747 and 767 and acquiring the latest types of each...
- Whirlwind trip to Oz?
// Financial Management (14719185); Feb2001, p35
Reports on the Australian travel offerings of Qantas in 2001. Information on the Bushwacker offering.
// Travel Agent; 6/10/96, Vol. 281 Issue 3, p110
Features Qantas' `Take a Companion' fare package. Duration; Rate for a roundtrip flight to Sydney, Australia; Contact information.
- A Qantas leap.
Zutell, Irene // Travel Agent; 8/26/96, Vol. 283 Issue 2, p22
Focuses on the service of Australia's Qantas airline, based on a Los Angeles to Sydney flight. Seating; In-flight service; Food and beverage; Entertainment; Preflight entertainment; Areas that need improvement.
- EETCs make first foreign flight with Qantas transaction.
Reinebach, Adam // Investment Dealers' Digest; 01/11/99, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p10
Reports on Qantas Airways Ltd.'s issuance of enhanced equipment trust certificates (EETCs). Advantages and uses of EETCs; Qantas' sale of floating-rate securities priced over Libor; Question of whether Europe will join the EETC bandwagon.
- Qantas floats lower.
Reinebach, Adam // Air Transport World; Aug95, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p7
Reports the privatization of the Australian flag carrier, Qantas, in order to make profits. Opening of Qantas's shares on the Australian Stock Exchange on July 31, 1995.
- Qantas suggests U.S. base sanctions.
Reinebach, Adam // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 5/24/93, Vol. 138 Issue 21, p30
Reports Qantas Managing Director John Ward has suggested that the Australian government consider ending US military communications basing rights in retaliation for the Clinton administration's threat to curb Qantas' access at Los Angeles. Background of the controversy over landing rights for...
- Qantas, Northwest gird for sanctions.
Ott, James // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 6/14/93, Vol. 138 Issue 24, p44
Reports on Qantas and Northwest Airlines' revision of schedules in anticipation of government sanctions being imposed by the United States and Australia over the U.S. carrier's alleged violation of an air transport agreement. Australia's cancellation of Northwest's Osaka-Sydney flights; Shift...
- Qantas finances improve.
Proctor, Paul // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 3/28/94, Vol. 140 Issue 13, p15
Presents statistics on Australian flag carrier Qantas for the year ended December 31, 1994. Reason for increased passenger kilometers revenues; Other figures on the government-owned company.
- Qantas potential as Far East airline leader awaits outcome of Australian deregulation.
Proctor, Paul // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 11/26/90, Vol. 133 Issue 22, p64
Examines the Australian government's plan to offer a strong minority share of Qantas to foreign investors to make the flag carrier the region's major international carrier. Market; Competition; Investments.
- Qantas cuts flights, plans 3,000 layoffs.
Proctor, Paul // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 4/15/91, Vol. 134 Issue 15, p36
Reports that Qantas Airways is cutting services and will lay off up to 3,000 employees in an effort to return the Australian government-owned carrier to profitability.
- Quantas plans 18 percent staff cut in move to private control.
Proctor, Paul // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 7/15/91, Vol. 135 Issue 2, p32
Announces that Quantas Airlines will cut 3,651 jobs, or 18 percent, to improve profitability and prepare the carrier for private ownership, saving the Australian airline about $123 million (American) for fiscal 1991-92. The Australian government plans to sell 49 percent of the carrier, 35...
- Singapore, British Airways bid for Qantas stake.
Proctor, Paul // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 12/14/92, Vol. 137 Issue 24, p31
Reports British Airways and Singapore Airlines have each made bids for a stake in Qantas, the Australian national carrier set for privatization next year. British Airways made a bid for a 25 percent share and is putting together a consortium including Australian investors to acquire the full 49...
- Qantas goes with 2-class service.
Proctor, Paul // Air Transport World; July97, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p171
Reports that Qantas introduced a business and economy class for its domestic passengers with a promotion that offered passengers the chance to win upgrades, travel bonuses and six short courses at the Columbia University Business school. Cost of the advertising promotion; Scheduled dates of the...
Proctor, Paul // Money (14446219); Mar2010, Issue 121, p14
A correction to the column "What's New" on Qantas rules regarding earning points which appeared in the February 2010 issue of "Money" magazine is presented.
- Qantas plans expansion.
Proctor, Paul // Air Transport World; Aug97, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p39
States that Qantas Airways Limited will be enhancing its products and service under `Flying Toward 2000' over the next three years. Financial information on the project; When the reconfiguration of the fleets will commence; Comments from Group Executive General Manager-Commercial Geoff Dixon.
- Qantas upgrade.
Proctor, Paul // Air Transport World; May98, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p95
Reports that Qantas Airways Ltd. has finalized plans for a major upgrade of its international fleet.
- Truck stop.
Dawson, Angela // Adweek Western Edition; 11/24/97, Vol. 47 Issue 47, p4
Reports on the Qantas Airways campaign which features the outdoor advertising of a converted dump truck. Where the idea for the campaign originated; Detailed information on the campaign; Comments from Lynn Hackman, Qantas Airways' public relations account services director.
- Qantas Airways.
Dawson, Angela // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 7/20/1992, Vol. 137 Issue 3, p17
Says the Australian carrier Qantas Airways has ordered two Boeing 767-300ER (extended range) wide-body jets to be powered by General Electric CF6-80C2B6 engines. This brings Boeing's total of firm orders this year to 113 aircraft valued at $9.6 billion. Other recent Boeing orders.
- The global airline with an insider's view of Asia.
Dawson, Angela // Asian Business Review; Aug96, p32
Profiles Australian airline Qantas Airways Ltd. Insider's view of the Asian market; Expansion of Asian services to meet growing demand; Invention of the concept of Business Class; Innovations by Qantas.
- QF hosts at Sony Foundation.
Dawson, Angela // Travel Daily; 10/26/2012, p4
The article offers information on the Sony Foundation Luncheon hosted by Qantas Airways Ltd. in Sydney, New South Wales.
- Qantas' Gold Coast return.
Dawson, Angela // Travel Daily; 10/29/2012, p2
The article offers information on the resumption of services from Australia to Gold Coast by Qantas Airways Ltd., where the airline is using the B737-800 aircraft form its flights from Sydney to Gold Coast.
- Surf's up for QF on the Gold Coast.
Dawson, Angela // Travel Daily; 10/29/2012, p5
The article informs that the resuming of the flight to Gold Coast by Qantas Airways Ltd. is welcomed by the local people and surfers in the country.
- QF Qld flood waiver.
Dawson, Angela // Travel Daily; 3/23/2012, p2
The article reports that commercial policy for passengers affected by floods in Queensland has been issued by Qantas Airways Ltd.
- Nancy-Bird comeback.
Dawson, Angela // Travel Daily; 4/2/2012, p4
The article reports that the A380 airplane of Qantas Airways Ltd. will be re-introduced as QF127.
- Qantas returns to India.
Hawcroft, Sam // Asian Business Review; Jul96, p22
Reports on Qantas's resumption of operations in Bombay, India in June 1996.
- Qantas launches fast track.
Hawcroft, Sam // Air Transport World; Mar1996, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p84
Reports on the ability of the use of a fast-track service by passengers transferring between domestic and international flights offered by the Qantas Company. Who developed system; How system worked.
- Qantas Airways has placed.
Hawcroft, Sam // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 5/8/1995, Vol. 142 Issue 19, p17
Informs that Qantas Airways of Australia has placed orders for various models of Boeing aircrafts. Valuation of the order; Delivery to commence in December 1995.
- QANTAS DEALS LUFTHANSA SYSTEMS A BLOW IN PICKING PANASONIC.
Kelly, Emma // Asian Aviation Magazine; Sep2012, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p13
The article reports that Qantas Airways Ltd. has selected in-flight entertainment system manufacturer and service provider Panasonic to support its wireless IFE streaming programme.
- QF sees gold on the coast.
Kelly, Emma // Travel Daily; 8/14/2012, p1
The article reports on the plan of Qantas Airways Ltd. to return its mainline domestic services to the Gold Coast, Queensland after four years of discountinuity.
- Heavier QF Gold bags.
Kelly, Emma // Travel Daily; 9/11/2012, p2
The article reports on the checked baggage policy of Qantas Airways Ltd. for Gold Frequent Flyers flying on domestic services.
- FRA definitely out.
Kelly, Emma // Travel Daily; 9/11/2012, p4
The article reports that the flight service of Qantas Airways Ltd. in Frankfurt, Germany will be discontinued regardless of whether its partnership with Emirates will be approved by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
- QH Red Centre deal.
Kelly, Emma // Travel Daily; 2/2/2012, p2
The article focuses on a bonus offered by Qantas Airways Ltd. to its travelers which aims at promoting the new Red Centre of Australia.
- Nancy-Bird airbourne.
Kelly, Emma // Travel Daily; 4/16/2012, p2
The article reports that Qantas Airways Ltd. has confirmed that it will use its A380 Nancy-Bird Walton aircraft, which became infamous due to engine explosion.
- oneworld fare update.
Kelly, Emma // Travel Daily; 2/21/2012, p7
The article reports that higher fare levels will be introduced for the oneworld Visit North America Fares program of Qantas Airways Ltd.
- Qantas Airways.
Kelly, Emma // AirGuide Online.com; 3/1/2010, p13
The article presents information about a weekly flight service to be launched by Qantas Airways Ltd. scheduled to operate from Karratha in Western Australia to Melbourne, Victoria and Sydney, New South Wales.
- QF to drop SIN F class.
Kelly, Emma // Travel Daily; 9/14/2012, p1
The article reports on the plan of Qantas Airways Ltd. to drop its Sin First Class on Singapore flights and shift its London Heathrow flights to operate via Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
- Qantas flight waiver.
Kelly, Emma // Travel Daily; 7/16/2012, p6
The article reports that Qantas Airways Ltd. issued a waiver because of adverse weather in Queensland on July 13, 2012 which affected the flights to and from Townsville, Mackay, and Galdstone.
- ReadyRooms B2B launch.
Kelly, Emma // Travel Daily; 5/23/2012, p1
The article reports on the addition of the tab, agents, in the Holidays ReadyRooms online accommodation website of Qantas Airways Ltd.
- QANTAS CANCELS 35 DREAMLINERS.
Kelly, Emma // Business Traveler; Oct2012, p10
The article reports on the cancellation of Qantas Airlines orders for 35 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners aircraft as part of the five-year turnaround plan of the company.
- Qantas gets cosy with AirAsia.
Craigie, Jim; Bekiaris, Maria // Money (14446219); Feb2010, Issue 120, p16
The article offers news briefs related to finance as of February 2010 including the alliance between the discount airline of Qantas called Jetstar and Malaysia-based AirAsia, as well as the FebuSave campaign launched by ANZ to encourage women to save regularly.
- More Japan service.
Proctor, Paul // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 4/11/1994, Vol. 140 Issue 15, p15
Reports on Japan's role as a market for Asia/Pacific carriers, despite its recession. Qantas' services from Darwin, Australia to Tokyo; Growth of the Japan-Australia market.
- QANTAS DOUBLES FIRST HALF NET PROFIT.
Proctor, Paul // Asian Aviation Magazine; Mar2013, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p6
The article reports that Qantas Airways Ltd. has double its first half profit with net profit of 111 million U.S. dollars.
- Qantas back in the game.
Proctor, Paul // Advertising Age; 06/16/97, Vol. 68 Issue 24, p38
Features an advertisement for Australian airline Qantas that was created by M&C Saatchi, Sydney.
- Insured loss may be $60 million.
Proctor, Paul // Business Insurance; 10/04/99, Vol. 33 Issue 40, p73
Cites the estimated amount of insured damage from a runway accident that involved a Qantas Boeing 747 airplane in Bangkok, Thailand. Safe evacuation of the plane's passengers; Extent of damage sustained by the plane.
- Airline aims to restore UK capacity 'in weeks.'
Proctor, Paul // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland; 6/23/2003, Issue 2569, p14
Reports that Qantas Airways Ltd. hopes to reinstate capacity to and from London, England.
- Plush push for Quantas.
Ligerakis, Maria // B&T Weekly; 11/21/2003, Vol. 53 Issue 2452, p7
Reports that Qantas Airways Ltd. is producing a campaign through its agency Singleton Ogilvy & Mather to launch in early 2004 in Australia. Director of the campaign; Reaction by the production industry to the news of production company Plush's involvement in the campaign; Description of the...
- Qantas Quits Cargo.
Ligerakis, Maria // Traffic World; 3/20/2006, Vol. 270 Issue 12, p37
The article reports on the plan to penetrate the Asian-market cargo joint venture of the Qantas Airways Ltd. in Australia.
- Qantas foreign cap to remain.
Knibb, David // Airline Business; Sep2002, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p27
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