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Articles tagged “qantas”

Airlines

What’s Behind the Airlines Mess This Summer

Airline operations are in shambles this summer. What happened?

What’s Behind the Airlines Mess This Summer

Airlines

Qantas Takes Majority Stake in Travel Agency Ahead of Package Vacation Boom

No one wants to miss out on a deal this summer, and that applies to mergers and acquisitions too, it seems.

Qantas Takes Majority Stake in Travel Agency Ahead of Package Vacation Boom

Travel Agents

Flight Centre Confronts Airline Commission Cuts

Flight Centre Travel Group is a global travel agency so it should be able to handle Air New Zealand and Qantas getting around to slashing travel agent commissions two decades after Delta Air Lines kicked off the trend in the U.S. It won't be without some pain, however.

Flight Centre Confronts Airline Commission Cuts

Airlines

Qantas Sees Bookings Boost After Australia Sets Reopening Date

UK and U.S. bookers for now are leading the race to Australia's famous beaches after being cut off for almost two years.

Tourism

Australia to Reopen to Double-Vaccinated Tourists From February 21

Now the hard work gets underway to rebuild its tourism industry.

Australia to Reopen to Double-Vaccinated Tourists From February 21

Airlines

Qantas, Virgin Australia Gird for Price Wars as New Low-Cost Carriers Swoop In

Australia's incumbent airlines are being greeted by potential price wars as the country emerges from some of the tightest travel restrictions on the planet. Good news for flyers. Pandemic-damaged carriers? Not so much.

Qantas, Virgin Australia Gird for Price Wars as New Low-Cost Carriers Swoop In

Airline Weekly

Qantas Sees Pent-Up Demand Driving at Least 2 Years of Strong Long-Haul Business

For Australia to reopen, the magic number was 80 — 80 percent of its population vaccinated. And when it crossed that threshold last month, Qantas saw bookings for long-haul international travel surge, to the point that the carrier expects to fly more than its 2019 capacity by April.

Qantas Sees Pent-Up Demand Driving at Least 2 Years of Strong Long-Haul Business

Airline Weekly

Qantas Expansion Shows Power of Vaccinations in Travel Recovery

Australia is lowering the drawbridge, reopening for international travel now that vaccination rates in the country are high. And Qantas is taking full advantage, bringing back its largely idled international network weeks, and for some routes, months before it had anticipated.

Qantas Expansion Shows Power of Vaccinations in Travel Recovery

Airlines

AirAsia Will Now Only Fly Fully Vaccinated Passengers

The Malaysian carrier joins Qantas and Air New Zealand with its new mandate, but which airline will blink first outside the Asia-Pacific region?

AirAsia Will Now Only Fly Fully Vaccinated Passengers

Airlines

Airline CEOs Want Governments to Mandate Covid Vaccines for International Travelers

Global airlines said Monday they don't want to take the responsibility mandating Covid-19 vaccines for travelers. Instead, they're more than happy to stand behind national governments as they make jabs a condition for international arrivals.

Airline CEOs Want Governments to Mandate Covid Vaccines for International Travelers