Sydney, 31 October 2011

Qantas receives CASA approval for flights to resume
Qantas has received Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) approval to resume flights.

Sydney, 31 October 2011

Qantas flights to resume
Qantas flights will resume by mid-afternoon on Monday 31 October 2011 subject to approval from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).

Sydney, 30 October 2011

Qantas update on response to industrial action
1pm Qantas domestic and international services remain grounded until further notice.

Sydney, 29 October 2011

Qantas responds to industrial action
Qantas today announced that, from 8pm AEDT on Monday 31 October 2011, it will lock out all employees who will be covered by the industrial agreements currently being negotiated with the Australian Licenced Engineers Union (ALAEA), the Transport Workers Union (TWU) and the Australian and International Pilots Union (AIPA).

Sydney, 18 October 2011

Qantas to ground more aircraft due to union action
Qantas will ground a further two wide-body Boeing 767 aircraft on Monday as ongoing industrial action from the Australian Licenced Engineers Association (ALAEA) continues to cause a backlog of maintenance on the Qantas fleet.

Brisbane, 17 October 2011

Qantas launches new B747 product from Brisbane to Los Angeles
Qantas has launched the first of nine reconfigured Boeing 747’s fitted with the popular A380 interiors as part of its $250 million investment in its Boeing 747 fleet.

Sydney, 13 October 2011

Industrial relations update (Alan Joyce Speech)
APOLOGY TO CUSTOMERS

Sydney, 13 October 2011

Engineers' union action hits 60,000 passengers
Qantas passengers face their third day this week of severe disruptions to their holiday and business travel plans with the strike on Friday by licensed engineers’ union to affect over 7,600 passengers from 17 flight cancellations and 32 flight delays.

Sydney, 12 October 2011

Qantas reaches agreements with storeworkers and cabin crew while TWU to cause more disruptions to customers
Qantas has this week finalised another Enterprise Bargaining Agreement, this time with members of the National Union of Workers (NUW). This is in addition to the in-principle agreement reached last week with the union covering short-haul cabin crew.

Sydney, 10 October 2011

Engineers' union plays cynical games with Qantas passengers
The Australian Licenced Aircraft Engineers Association (ALAEA) has ruined the travel plans of more than 11,000 passengers with the cancellation of today’s strikes coming too late for scheduled services to be reinstated.

Sydney, 07 October 2011

Engineers' union action to impact 11,000 Qantas passengers
ENGINEERS’ UNION ACTION TO IMPACT 11,000 QANTAS PASSENGERS

Sydney, 06 October 2011

TWU plays games with families over school holidays
The Transport Workers Union’s cynical tactic to withdraw strike action late this afternoon has come too late, with 5,700 Qantas passengers still facing lengthy delays and cancellations tomorrow afternoon.

Sydney, 06 October 2011

Qantas reaches new agreement with cabin crew
Qantas will continue to offer the best pay and employment conditions for cabin crew in Australia after reaching an in-principle enterprise bargaining agreement (EBA) with the union representing short-haul cabin crew.

Sydney, 05 October 2011

Qantas to add more Dallas/Fort Worth flights
Qantas will increase the frequency of its services between Sydney and Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) from four per week to daily by July 2012.