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Winging it: why is the competition watchdog allowing airline collusion?

The ACCC has decided to allow Rex and Qantas to work together to 'coordinate' their flight schedules and enter into agreements to 'share revenue'. But can the airlines be trusted to behave in the spirit of the proposed authorisation?

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Health, population and space take the stage at COAG

Good morning, early birds. Adelaide is set to be announced as the home of Australia's space agency, and aviation transport workers lobby federal Labor to assist in Qantas stoush. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Analysts who study Qantas' books aren't worried about the airline's debt -- so is Alan Joyce crying wolf? <em>Crikey</em>'s business editor on the spin, the backpedalling ... and the financial reality.

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.

Qantas should have a much stronger balance sheet than it has, writes <em>Crikey</em>'s aviation expert writes. So why is the airline in crisis? Most of the cuts are self-inflicted.

Qantas’ playing field isn’t level — it has poor managers running it

Qantas should have a much stronger balance sheet than it has, writes Crikey's aviation expert writes. So why is the airline in crisis? Most of the cuts are self-inflicted.

We've always been at war with Gonski. Is Gmail censoring "sensitive" ADF data? Plus other tips and rumours ...

Tips and rumours

We've always been at war with Gonski. Is Gmail censoring "sensitive" ADF data? Plus other tips and rumours ...

Qantas lurches from one apparent crisis to another. But investors aren't particularly concerned. Is Alan Joyce just the CEO who keeps crying wolf? Our business editor examines the case.

The Joyce who cried wolf: Qantas’ mayday call examined

Qantas lurches from one apparent crisis to another. But investors aren't particularly concerned. Is Alan Joyce just the CEO who keeps crying wolf? Our business editor examines the case.

Aviation agency in crash landing? ... the officer flouting the law ... Rupert swimming with the fishers ...

Tips and rumours

Aviation agency in crash landing? ... the officer flouting the law ... Rupert swimming with the fishers ...

Adelaide could be the first port of call for Malaysian and Indian tourists looking for cheap flights to Australia. <b>Ben Sandilands</b> on the rush to lock in airports for low fare carriers.

Asia to Adelaide: Tourism Task Force trumpet big win for SA

Adelaide could be the first port of call for Malaysian and Indian tourists looking for cheap flights to Australia. Ben Sandilands on the rush to lock in airports for low fare carriers.

London's airport problems might seem irrelevant to Australia. But we need to care, writes Ben Sandilands, because London is an example of what happens when lack of efficient air access starts to kill a city's economy.

Why Australia should care about London’s airport woes

London's airport problems might seem irrelevant to Australia. But we need to care, writes Ben Sandilands, because London is an example of what happens when lack of efficient air access starts to kill a city's economy.

On a hot clear southern French spring day, <b>Ben Sandilands</b> takes a look at the A350 XWB MSN1, the first to fly of a small fleet of test and certification A350-900s soon to be released by Airbus.

A first close-up look at the soon to fly A350 prototype

On a hot clear southern French spring day, Ben Sandilands takes a look at the A350 XWB MSN1, the first to fly of a small fleet of test and certification A350-900s soon to be released by Airbus.

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