SYDNEY, 26 August 2003

Qantas Says No 'Casualisation' of Workforce
The Chief Executive Officer of Qantas, Geoff Dixon, said at a meeting with Unions today that Qantas had no intention to "casualise" its workforce.

SYDNEY, 21 August 2003

Qantas Results for the Year Ended 30 June 2003
HIGHLIGHTS

Sydney, 21 August 2003

New Look Qantas International Fleet a Feature of Ongoing Investment Program
Qantas said today it would offer new seating and interiors on almost all its international aircraft by the end of next year as part of its ongoing investment in new aircraft, aircraft enhancements, product and service.The Chief Executive Officer of Qantas, Geoff Dixon, said a highlight of the program was Skybed - a new, state-of-the-art, cocoon-style sleeper seat - that will be installed on all 30 of the airline's 747-400s from next month and seven new Airbus A330-300s that will be delivered between June and December next year.Qantas' new International Business Class, to be launched next month, will feature Skybed as well as specially trained, dedicated Business Class flight attendants; new food and wine; a new service style; a self-service bar for drinks and snacks; premium quality noise cancellation headsets and luxury amenity kits.

Sydney, 21 August 2003

Qantas Reorganisation
Qantas said today that the reorganisation of the company announced last week would see the establishment of at least eight stand-alone businesses, each with its own management and leadership.

Sydney, 13 August 2003

Frequent Flyers First to Try Qantas Voice
Qantas today announced the trial of a new customer service initiative using the latest speech recognition technology to manage telephone enquiries and reduce call waiting times.