About the Qantas Group

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Founded in the Queensland outback in 1920, Qantas has grown to be Australia’s largest domestic and international airline.

The Qantas Group's main business is the transportation of customers and freight using two complementary airline brands — Qantas and Jetstar — operating regional, domestic and international services.

Central to our success is maintaining high operational standards, acting responsibly and being transparent.

We hold ourselves to high standards in everything we do and give others the information to evaluate our performance. The three principles that guide us are: 

  • operating with integrity (through our safety, people, community and environment strategies),
  • strong corporate governance, and
  • transparency in reporting.

Our leadership

Learn more about our Board of Directors and Group Management Committee.

More about our leaders
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Our governance

Learn more about our corporate governance framework.

Our governance
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Safety - our first priority

Learn about our commitment to a healthy, safe and environment for our people and customers.

Read about safety
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Our reporting approach

Learn about our transparent and open source to reporting and disclosure.

How we report

Read more about the Qantas Group

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About us

Our leadership
Safety - our first priority
Our governance
Reporting approach

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Delivering today and tomorrow

Delivering today
Our financial framework
Looking ahead

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Acting sustainably

Valuing our planet
Enabling our people
Connecting customers and communities