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Follow Crikey’s latest coverage of Qantas. Crikey’s Qantas coverage includes independent news, blogs and commentary.


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Changes for disabled job seekers … Qantas’ disappearing press release … Carbon Tax refunds wont buy lunch …

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Business Spec wants to be nice to Rupert? … James McGrath’s past … musical chairs at Qantas …

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Capacity crunch: will cutting flights pull Qantas out of its spiral?

Qantas’ decision to abandon its domestic capacity goal is a landmark in the recovery of the airline. CEO Alan Joyce is trying to stem losses in an unsustainable industry war.

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Alan Bond loves the budget … thumbs down for Campbell Newman … verdict on that Mirabella jostle …

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Qantas in Asia: expensive, cramped and losing share fast

Qantas’ all-important strategy in Asia is in tatters, analysts and insiders tell Crikey. New low-cost carriers in the region are losing out to bigger rivals.

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Redundos to come at Qantas … Turnbull’s policy on the fly … coal emails MIA …

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No love for Bob Carr from Lowy Institute … Qantas hosties on the clock … Frozen pensions fight to ease the budget burden … PUP man’s take on violence …

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Melbourne Uni grumbles around Mirabella appointment … Fin to close Shanghai bureau? … Qantas grovels over delays …

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A thousand jobs to go at Leighton? … senior cabin staff are walking from Qantas … Sports Party sticking with sexist Facebook gag …

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The RiotACT to shut down? … reports of Qantas snouts in the trough … was this Melbourne protest fair? …

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Macquarie Bank sale no big bonanza … SA election: indies leaning Labor … No news on Fiona Nash’s Facebook page … Qantas staff: keep quiet on Facebook …

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Inflight ‘news’ at Qantas … Queensland doctors revolt over cuts … Liberals a sporting chance in SA … Bake for the ABC (banana cake?) …

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Essential: strong opposition to offshoring of Qantas

Voters are deeply hostile to offshoring of Qantas jobs, while Bill Shorten continues to creep up on Tony Abbott, new polling from Essential Research reveals.

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The Qantas debt trap: Joyce’s mayday calls on finances are premature

Analysts who study Qantas’ books aren’t worried about the airline’s debt — so is Alan Joyce crying wolf? Crikey’s business editor on the spin, the backpedalling … and the financial reality.

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Aussies held in Syria? … QantasLink profitable, but staff to go … Trouble in Wiggle-dom? …

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Qantas management cull? … Alan Kohler turns to advertising … Oscars star meets Bob Katter (!) …

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Our auto subsidies were relatively low (and Keane is wrong)

Crikey readers talk government subsidies and what in the world we should do about Qantas.

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Qantas’ financials up in the air as govt help flies out the window

Qantas says it is in a strong financial position, but a look through its half-yearly results paints a murkier picture. Crikey’s Glenn Dyer and Paddy Manning report.

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Tony Abbott’s challenge: sell a courageous call on Qantas

Tony Abbott has made the right call on Qantas. But it’s a tough sell in the face of Labor opposition — and convincing voters will be important to his government’s prospects.

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Joyce should fly the coop

Crikey readers talk George Pell, what should happen to Qantas and Scotland’s complicated relationship with the British Parliament.

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Lunch with the boss at Telstra … Qantas rushes ‘strategy’ last week? … goss from launch of Saturday Papaer

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As Abbott cuts Qantas adrift, look to the airline share registers

For all the gnashing of teeth and exhortations to action, the government has done very little about Qantas — other than allowing Virgin to unfairly stack the deck.

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Coalition takes a brave stand on Labor’s territory of jobs

The Coalition is doing the right thing on industry handouts, but it is playing to Labor’s strength with voters. The opposition is ahead in the polls because voters are worried about jobs.

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Virgin’s blues no match for the deterioration of Qantas

Virgin released its own set of bad numbers today — but the spotlight continues to shine on a Qantas in crisis.

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Qantas staff left hanging yesterday as conference call fails … Tassie dolphin death mystery … Derryn Hinch ready to leave prison …

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