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Tigerair Mandala doubts cast shadow over Asia LCCs

While idle fleets of newly delivered Jetstar A320s burn holes costing millions of dollars a month in the Qantas accounts, the competing Tigerair franchise in Asia is in a similar crisis in Indonesia.

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Jetstar incident near Gold Coast important yet not a ‘drama’

Keep on eye on the ATSB’s latest Jetstar inquiry involving  an incorrect air pressure value being entered into a flight computer on approach to the Gold Coast airport. It could get tabloid headlines in the media, or it could get totally ignored.

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Jetstar adds Brisbane-Honolulu this December

The dynamics of Jetstar and Qantas competing for the Hawaiian travel dollars with each other, as well as with Hawaiian seem stable, with steady growth in visitor numbers on Australia-Hawaii routes.

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Jetstar drops Auckland-Singapore, other cuts to come?

Jetstar, that amaaazing business as Qantas group CEO Alan Joyce likes to call it, has dropped its Auckland-Singapore flights from 21 July.

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Jetstar broke safe altitudes twice dropping into Queenstown

So you think cockpit automation and high precision landing approach techniques have made flying past mountains into airports like that at Queenstown NZ safer?

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Jetstar aims new flights at the red centre

Getting to Uluru and the red centre is going to be faster, cheaper and more frequent from Melbourne and Sydney according to Jetstar as it starts new services from each capital city from 29 and 28 June respectively.

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Tigerair to lose less, Jetstar to fly Melbourne-Osaka

While Australian carriers are being watched for signs of an end to the capacity wars and the ACCC keeps making tut-tut noises about signalling Jetstar is launching a significant new route between Melbourne and Osaka on 30 March.

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Virgin’s blues no match for the deterioration of Qantas

This article appeared earlier on Crikey On what should have been a day of pain for Virgin Australia — reporting its own set of very, very bad numbers in a first-half loss of $83.7 million — it’s Qantas where matters seem to be deteriorating fast.

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Joyce policies under stress as Qantas buckles, loses debt hopes

Embattled Qantas group CEO Alan Joyce’s key initiates at Qantas are under acute stress as their consequences for the company’s performance become painfully apparent after its dismal first half profits briefings yesterday.

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Qantas strategy runs into political, investor headwinds

Analysis The news for Qantas is much more serious than the figures for its first half results suggest, and they are very, very bad figures.

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Perth, struck off the Qantas map of the world

Qantas has today circulated a document which treats customers who will lose their Perth to Singapore service with complete contempt.

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Qantas internal document says 15% jobs going

Most of the Qantas staff to lose their jobs will be gone this year, but the internal document circulating today is adding to employee anxiety by indicating that exactly who is going and from where hasn’t yet been finalised.

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Qantas Q-day, the big items

Before group CEO Alan Joyce starts talking here are the standout items.

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Q-day: Running notes on Qantas developments

Live sequential notes on key developments this morning. More detailed posts on the financials and matters arising will also be published

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Qantas ‘rescue’ now looking slower and more complicated

Qantas News Review Something hopefully was lost in the telling of this morning’s Fairfax report that a debt guarantee for Qantas would end the moment the restrictions of the Qantas Sale Act are repealed.

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