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The feel-good factor: how Qantas wants to change long-haul flying

Arriving into London at 5am after a 17½ hour flight doesn’t sound like the beginning of a good business trip. It’s more like the start of a zombie marathon as you push through the day, while your hotel bed beckons from the wrong side of the clock. Qantas is setting about to change that, by changing almost everything about ...

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Qantas is investing in a suite of startups including robo-advice, booze, and home loans

Qantas has revealed six startups and six "scaleups" admitted to its new corporate innovation accelerator AVRO. Corporate startup engagement advisor Slingshot, which made headlines last week for developing a startup programme for the makers of XXXX beer and Dairy Farmers, helped the aviation giant in getting AVRO ...

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Qantas eyes China growth but seeks balance

Qantas sees massive opportunity in China but says it will not ignore growth in some other important markets like Japan and US.

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Qantas eyes China growth but seeks balance

Qantas sees massive opportunity in China but says it will not ignore growth in some other important markets like Japan and US.

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2 ASX shares I wouldn’t buy

I wouldn't buy Qantas Airways Limited (ASX:QAN) and G8 Education Ltd (ASX:GEM) shares today.

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Long-haul flights under spotlight as researchers seek tips for beating jet lag

It may not be a silver bullet for jet lag, but a new research project between Qantas and The University of Sydney hopes ...

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Treasurer aims to stem excessive card debt

Treasurer Scott Morrison wants to protect Australians from running up excessive debt on their credit cards under a series of new measures.

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How Slater created Queensland's match winner

Dane Gagai helped Queensland orchestrate the biggest second-half State of Origin comeback in a decade on Wednesday night, but he wanted none of the credit.

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Qantas is looking at the science behind staying healthy on long-haul flights

As it gears up to fly non-stop from Perth to London, Qantas is looking at the science behind flying and its impacts on the body. The airline is collaborating with the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre to investigate how people can step off the 17-hour flight without feeling like they've been put ...

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Scott Morrison is cracking down on credit cards

Australians have around $52 billion in debt outstanding on credit cards and the federal government is going after ...

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Quokka hits the skies with Qantas (AAP)

Qantas has revealed the names for its fleet of eight Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, which include the Waltzing Matilda, Boomerang and Quokka.

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Earn bonus Qantas status credits with a new ANZ credit card

Qantas status credits are normally given as a reward for flying with the Roo and its alliance partners, and help you climb the ladder to Silver, Gold and even Platinum frequent flyer status – but thanks to ANZ, there’s also a sneaky way ...

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Here are the 'Aussie icon' names of Qantas Boeing 787 Dreamliners

After a public competition to name the first eight members of the Qantas Boeing 787 fleet after 'Aussie icons', the airline has revealed which monikers made the cut. And they are: Dreamtime Great Southern Land Uluru The Great Barrier Reef Skippy Quokka Boomerang Waltzing Matilda Those names will be painted under the cockpit window of each ...

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Help Us Pick Even Better Names For Qantas' New Planes

Earlier in the year, Qantas asked the public to help it name its new 787-9 Dreamliners. After receiving over 60,000 suggestions, Qantas settled on eight iconic names -- Waltzing Matilda, Boomerang, Dreamtime, The Great Barrier Reef, Uluru, Skippy and Quokka. But are they bloody 'Strayan enough? We have our own ...

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JAL now offers free inflight Internet on all Japanese flights

Japan Airlines is now providing free inflight WiFi across all domestic routes. The Oneworld member and Qantas partner previously charged passengers ¥400 (A$4.70) for a quick 30 minutes or between ¥500 (A$5.90) to ¥1200 (A$14.15) to stay ...

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