Sydney, 24 August 2004

New Qantas Domestic Inflight Service
Qantas will launch a new domestic inflight service this week, featuring the return of hot dinners in Economy Class and a choice of two dinners in Business Class.

SYDNEY, 20 August 2004

Qantas to Increase Fuel Surcharge
Qantas said today that it would increase its fuel surcharge in response to new record highs in the price of crude oil.

SYDNEY, 19 August 2004

Qantas Extends Contract for CEO
The Chairman of Qantas, Margaret Jackson, announced today that the Chief Executive Officer of Qantas, Geoff Dixon, had agreed to continue in his role until 1 July, 2007.

SYDNEY, 19 August 2004

Qantas Rewards Staff with $1,000 Cash Bonus and Boosts Spending on Staff Benefits
Qantas said today that it would pay a $1,000 cash bonus to each staff member in recognition of their contribution to the airline's record 2003/04 profit results. The company said it would also commit $50 million over the next three years to initiatives that will assist staff to balance work and family commitments.

SYDNEY, 19 August 2004

Qantas Faces Significant Challenges
The Chairman of Qantas, Margaret Jackson, said today that despite the outstanding profit result for the airline in 2003/04, the global aviation industry had not returned to "normal" and the company continued to compete on an uneven playing field.

SYDNEY, 19 August 2004

Qantas Results for the Year Ended 30 June 2004
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Sydney, 10 August 2004

New A330-300 Aircraft Off to Hong Kong
Qantas today began operating its new Airbus A330-300 aircraft on international routes. The aircraft will initially operate from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth to Hong Kong. Executive General Manager Qantas Airlines, John Borghetti, said this marked an important step in a fleet strategy which will see A330-300s replacing Boeing 767 aircraft on international routes.