Sydney, 29 June 2005

Qantas to Fly to Beijing
Qantas today announced it would begin flying between Sydney and Beijing from 9 January 2006.

Sydney, 24 June 2005

Qantas Moves to A-IFRS
Qantas said today it would adopt Australian Equivalents to International Financial Reporting Standards (A-IFRS) from 1 July 2005 as required by Corporations Law.

Perth, 20 June 2005

Qantas Announces Extra Flights to Shanghai and Johannesburg
Qantas today announced it would add a fourth weekly service to Shanghai from November and a fifth flight to Johannesburg from December.

Sydney, 15 June 2005

Qantas Welcomes Government Decision
Qantas today welcomed the announcement by the Federal Government to defer a decision on opening access to Singapore Airlines on the trans-Pacific route.

Sydney, 07 June 2005

Qantas Security Enhancements
Qantas said today it would move immediately to implement the Federal Government's new security measures.

Sydney, 03 June 2005

Qantas Backs Move for Police at Sydney Airport
Qantas said today that the NSW Government should immediately reopen the Sydney Airport police station and put police permanently on the beat at the airport.

Sydney, 03 June 2005

Qantas Dismisses Second Baggage Handler
Qantas said today it had dismissed a second baggage handler as a result of information arising from the current investigation into the alleged cocaine smuggling operation at Sydney International Airport.

Sydney, 02 June 2005

Spirit of Youth Awards
Applications have opened for the 2005 Qantas Spirit of Youth Awards (SOYA).

Sydney, 01 June 2005

Qantas Extends Use Of Mobile Phones On Board Aircraft
Qantas customers will be able to use their mobile phones on an Australian domestic flight after it lands under the airline's new policy for mobile phones and other portable electronic devices, from 7 June.

Sydney, 01 June 2005

Airbus A380 Delay
Qantas today confirmed that the delivery of its first A380 would be delayed by six months as a result of manufacturing issues at Airbus.