MELBOURNE, 27 March 2002

New Qantas Non-Stop Melbourne-Tokyo Services
Qantas announced today that it would introduce new, daily services between Melbourne and Tokyo from 1 July.

Broome, 24 March 2002

First Qantas 737-800 Named After Broome
The first aircraft delivered in the Qantas 737-800 fleet was today named after Broome in Western Australian at a ceremony attended by Western Australian Premier Dr Geoff Gallop and Broome Shire President Kevin Fong. Qantas Group General Manager Australia Sales Ian Mitchell said the Broome ceremony marked the beginning of the first phase of a new project to name all Qantas aircraft after Australian places, beginning with 14 of the airline's new 737-800 fleet.

Sydney, 21 March 2002

Qantas Update on Disruption Caused by Air Traffic Controllers' Stoppage
Qantas this morning provided the following updated information on disruptions caused to its services due to industrial action by Airservices Australia Air Traffic Controllers.

Sydney, 20 March 2002

Qantas Plans For Air Traffic Control Disruptions
Qantas staff will work throughout the night to reschedule flights and notify customers of the delays expected tomorrow as a result of the industrial action by Airservices Australia Air Traffic Controllers.

ALICE SPRINGS, 15 March 2002

New Qantas Flights For Alice Springs
Qantas will introduce new flights between Alice Springs and Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns and Broome for the peak tourist season.

Sydney, 15 March 2002

Qantas introduces new passenger screening equipment
Qantas is investing more than $10 million on new passenger screening equipment as part of a scheduled revamp of security equipment throughout Australia from next month.

Sydney, 13 March 2002

Qantas plans for air traffic control disruptions in Melbourne
Qantas Executive General Manager Aircraft Operations, David Forsyth said the airline would work throughout the day to manage the extensive delays around its domestic and regional networks as a result of the industrial action by AirServices Australia Air Traffic Controllers in Melbourne between 11.00am and 3.00pm (AEDT).

PERTH, 12 March 2002

Qantas Boosts Perth Capacity
Qantas today announced a major increase in its Perth capacity from April, offering around 8,800 additional seats each week on new flights between Perth and Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Los Angeles, 04 March 2002

Red, White And Q Farewell For Qantas Aircraft
A Qantas Boeing 747SP (Special Performance) jet performed a fly past today to salute staff from the airline's USA telephone sales centre in Tuscon, Arizona.

SYDNEY, 01 March 2002

Qantas Offers Free Travel To Stranded Ansett Passengers
Qantas today confirmed it would carry stranded Ansett customers free of charge when Ansett ceased flying at midnight on Monday.