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, Jun 30, 2017
Does a dive down the exit chute by Virgin's group executive John Thomas means things will be better or worse for its 'guests'?
, May 20, 2017
Virgin Australia isn’t going to succeed by becoming a super-Qantas product, or even one which charges more ancillary fees that its stronger competitor
, Jan 24, 2017
Whatever happens next for James Hogan and Etihad, it will keep both deeply involved in the development of Abu Dhabi as a finance and aviation hub
, Nov 16, 2016
There was some good news at Virgin Australia's AGM, but the topics that excite consumers aren't yet ShowTime ready
, Oct 13, 2016
With the benefit of hindsight Cathay Pacific seems to have prepared for this news for weeks
, Jun 28, 2016
Malaysia Airlines' CEO Christoph Mueller to join Emirates, whose President Tim Clark has rejected the official narratives about MH370
, Oct 23, 2015
If as Senator Nick Xenophon reminded us in this Fairfax opinion piece, Qantas had successfully extracted a $3 billion unsecured loan from the Abbott Government early in 2014, there would have been some dramatic consequences.
, Jul 27, 2015
The ‘real’ news about Thai International is getting worse as safety and financial performance concerns generate negative headlines in Bangkok.
, Jul 04, 2015
Qantas has arrived at a place it never foresaw when it asked the Abbott Government for a $3 billion unsecured loan early last year, nor when fuel benchmarks in USD were twice what they have been in recent times.