Sydney, 29 September 2011

Qantas apologises to customers for union strikes
Almost 8,500 Qantas domestic and international passengers will have their travel plans disrupted tomorrow due to unions intentionally going on strike on one of the busiest days for air travel for the year.

Brisbane, 28 September 2011

Qantaslink expands investment in regional Queensland
QantasLink has announced a significant boost to its product, service, and schedule offering throughout regional Queensland.

Sydney, 27 September 2011

Qantas adds A330's for Rugby World Cup and NRL fans
Qantas today announced four additional flights have been added to cater for Rugby World Cup and NRL fans ahead of Grand Finals this Sunday.

Auckland, 26 September 2011

Qantas increases services for New Zealand NRL fans
Qantas today announced additional flights and increased capacity out of Auckland, New Zealand ahead of the NRL Grand Final Premiership between the New Zealand Warriors and Manly Sea Eagles this Sunday.

Sydney, 26 September 2011

Union targets busiest weekend to delay and disrupt customers
The Transport Workers Union (TWU) is targeting Qantas passengers on one of the busiest weekends of the year by instructing 3,800 baggage handlers, ground staff, and other Qantas employees to go on strike for one hour on Friday 30 September.

Sydney, 19 September 2011

Update on impact of TWU strike on Qantas passengers
More than 6,100 passengers will be affected by tomorrow’s strike by the Transport Workers Union with Qantas forced to cancel 28 flights and delay a further 27 flights by up to 35 minutes.

Sydney, 15 September 2011

Qantas customers first in the world to experience new inflight entertainment system
In a world first, Qantas will next month trial the very latest technology in in-flight entertainment (IFE) on board a domestic aircraft.

Sydney, 15 September 2011

Qantas flies high in sustainability rankings
Qantas has been named among the world’s most sustainable companies in global rankings compiled by Dow Jones.

Sydney, 02 September 2011

Qantas B747 passengers to get A380 experience
Extensive refurbishment work has begun on a $250 million project to overhaul the interiors of nine Qantas Boeing 747-400 aircraft with the installation of state-of-the-art Airbus A380 style seats and in-flight entertainment units.