Articles tagged “virgin australia”

Airlines

AirAsia X Wants to Pay Back a Fraction of Its Debt and Terminate Contracts

New commercial terms for Airbus in this latest restructuring proposal from AirAsia Group's low-cost, long-haul unit. We'll have to wait until Nov. 12 to hear what it thinks.

AirAsia X Wants to Pay Back a Fraction of Its Debt and Terminate Contracts

Airlines

Qantas Brings Forward Some of Its International Flights to November

Early access for the UK and U.S. from the middle of November. Don't be surprised to see these flights sell out fast, and Qantas struggle to keep up with demand.

Qantas Brings Forward Some of Its International Flights to November

Coronavirus

Virgin Australia Readies for a Domestic Recovery by Adding 9 Boeing 737s to Its Fleet

Rebuilding its fleet will be a priority, because the carrier will have to act fast when state borders reopen.

Virgin Australia Readies for a Domestic Recovery by Adding 9 Boeing 737s to Its Fleet

Airline Weekly

How Wine Sales Helped Qantas Cut Its Pandemic Losses

How Wine Sales Helped Qantas Cut Its Pandemic Losses

Airline Weekly

Qantas, Virgin Australia Expand on Strong Domestic Travel Rebound in Oz

Qantas, Virgin Australia Expand on Strong Domestic Travel Rebound in Oz

Tourism

Australia’s $928 Million Tourism Stimulus Targets Domestic Travel

Most countries now have neither domestic nor international travel. Because Australia has managed the pandemic well, it at least has a shot at getting the former in a healthy shape again.

Australia’s $928 Million Tourism Stimulus Targets Domestic Travel

Business Travel

Virgin Australia Moves Away From Business Traveler Perks Under Private Equity Owners

Owner Bain Capital understandably wants to go back to basics to generate demand with lower fares, but if the unbundling goes too far it risks alienating the lucrative corporate segment with a less attractive product.

Virgin Australia Moves Away From Business Traveler Perks Under Private Equity Owners

Business Travel

This Company Is Travel’s First to Emerge From a Major Pandemic Bankruptcy

The European and Chinese backers of travel agency WorldStrides seem to think there'll be a rebound for international student travel. Do they know something we don't?

This Company Is Travel’s First to Emerge From a Major Pandemic Bankruptcy

Business Travel

Corporate Travel, Private Equity and Lots of Messiness Down Under in Oz

Fulfilling pledges to revitalize its business travel offering could help Virgin Australia bounce back, but it may be exiting bankruptcy with a tarnished reputation.

Corporate Travel, Private Equity and Lots of Messiness Down Under in Oz

Business Travel

How This Australian Corporate Travel Agency Managed to Escape With Just a $6 Million Yearly Loss

There have been layoffs, but the slimmed-down CTM is upbeat with its suitable mix of corporate customers and domestic business model. Will the optimism last?

How This Australian Corporate Travel Agency Managed to Escape With Just a $6 Million Yearly Loss