Jump to Just the Facts The Qantas Group Records First Full Year Statutory Profit Since FY19 In a notable turn of events, the Qantas Group… Read More »Qantas Group Posts First Full Year Profit Since COVID: $2.47b
In a significant move to modernize its international fleet, Qantas has placed a firm order for 12 Airbus A350 and 12 Boeing 787 aircraft. This strategic decision replaces the current A330 and A380 fleets over the next decade and includes purchase-right options to facilitate future growth and fleet renewal.
Qantas expands its International capacity with receipt of new Boeing 787 Dreamliner and return to service of its A380 aircraft. Let’s explore what’s new inside the refurbished Qantas Airbus A380.
The exciting phase of constructing the Qantas Group’s inaugural Airbus A220 is in full swing, indicating a major progression in the company’s ongoing fleet renewal efforts. The airline is asking customers to help them name the plane.
Overcoming Jet Lag: A Deep Dive on the Science Behind Qantas’ Design Strategies for Long-Haul Flights
As deep dive into this story of research, innovative design, and scientific discovery, we’ll take you behind the scenes of Qantas Airways’ Project Sunrise. This ambitious endeavor, in collaboration with the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre, explores strategies to combat jet lag. Learn how this research is reshaping air travel and potentially making the skies healthier for frequent flyers.
Jump to Just the Facts New York-Bound: Qantas Unveils Latest Aircraft Get ready, New York! Qantas is making a grand comeback with its first flight since… Read More »Qantas Unveils New York-bound Jetliners, Designer Sleepwear, and Gourmet In-Flight Cuisine
Qantas has revealed the full aircraft cabin design of its Airbus A350, set to pioneer long-haul travel. New product features include a unique Wellbeing Zone, enhanced Premium Economy and Economy cabins, a new Business class suite, an apartment style First-class suite, fast USB-C charging ports, and integrated wireless charging, positioning Qantas at the forefront of aviation innovation.
Oneworld alliance founding member Qantas has announced a frequent flyer partnership with SkyTeam alliance founding member Air France-KLM. Both Qantas and KLM are celebrating their… Read More »What in the oneworld? Qantas announces frequent flyer partnership with Air France-KLM
Qantas’ newest First Lounge, a luxury space spread over 1,000 square metres at Singapore’s Changi Airport will operate in tandem alongside the airline’s existing International… Read More »Video tour of Qantas’ new Singapore First Lounge
Qantas domestic business flyers may want to arrive early, to take advantage of all the comforts of the airline’s upgraded Domestic Business Lounge and Qantas Club.
Qantas has unveiled a new range of elegant new tableware by Australia Industrial Designer David Caon, who was also the lead designer of the airline’s… Read More »Qantas’ New Tableware is a Feast for the Eyes
Qantas has revealed its next generation Premium Economy seat, a custom-designed Thompson Aero Seating model, which will debut on the airline’s fleet of Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.
Qantas has released the result of a study of American travellers which reveals that they are most interested in authentic international travel experiences this year, one which lets them discover more of a country’s cuisine, culture and people.
Qantas Airlines is running a new promotion encouraging customers to get more active, featuring Christopher Walken as the official spokesperson.
Customers can earn Qantas Points by joining the airline’s new Qantas Assure medical policy, downloading the Qantas Assure App paired with a wearable, and meet physical activity targets. The new promotion is a collaboration with the Australian National Heart Foundation
Qantas has unveiled a commemorative Retro Livery to Celebrate it’s 95th Anniversary with a newly configured 737-800 aircraft, Retro Roo II (VH-VXQ), which bears the same livery that featured on Qantas’ Boeing 707 jets from 1959 to 1961.
Starting 1 October, Qantas pilots are swapping out their gold epaulettes (shoulder stripes) for pink, to show their support during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
No doubt, Qantas has style.
Its ongoing relationship with designers prove that. Marc Newson has put his mark on the airline’s sleek aircraft interiors and modern, comfortable lounges; Martin Grant has designed Qanta’s crew uniforms, and Kate Spade has left her mark on the airline’s in-flight amenity kits.
All of this establishes Qantas as fashionable, and now the airline is refining its brand vogue further, as a lifestyle brand, through a collaboration with international supermodel Jessica Hart as the airline’s exclusive Trend Consultant.
Qantas airways has released a new exercise video on its YouTube channel, to help passengers reduce the risks of deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
The video was produced in conjunction with health-tech company Physitrack, which is the official exercise technology partner of Sports Medicine Australia It features an inflight exercise routine developed through a collaboration with academics at the University of Melbourne, and endorsed by Sports Medicine Australia.
This post introduces three new categories to the Flight Chic blog: AOG-Aircraft On Ground For any readers who are not already involved in the industry,… Read More »Passenger Rights: The Special Kind of Hell which is Tarmac Limbo