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After 17 hours in the air, Emirates Airbus completes world's longest flight

Mar 02, 2016

After 17 hours in the air, Emirates Airbus completes world's longest flight

An Emirates Airbus A380 touched down in New Zealand on Wednesday, completing what is believed to be the world's longest non-stop scheduled commercial flight. #NewsTracker #Auckland #Qantas #Emirates #World's longest flight #NZ transport Minister Simon Bridges #Emirates Airbus
Chinese airline Hainan completes flight on cooking oil fuel

Mar 21, 2015

Chinese airline Hainan completes flight on cooking oil fuel

A Chinese airline on Saturday completed the country's first commercial flight using biofuel, made from waste cooking oil, as the government seeks to promote greater environmental sustainability. #China #Boeing #Environment #NewsTracker #Qantas #Air Canada #biofuels #Hainan Airlines #China National Aviation Fuel #Sinopec
Qantas to sack 500 in restructuring drive

May 21, 2012

Qantas to sack 500 in restructuring drive

The Australian airline said it would cut 500 jobs following a review of its heavy aircraft maintenance and engineering operations. #Melbourne #Victoria #Qantas Airways Limited #Qantas #Jobcuts
In a first, cooking oil powers Qantas aircraft

Apr 13, 2012

In a first, cooking oil powers Qantas aircraft

Australian airliner Qantas today flew the country's first commercial biofuel flight between Sydney and Adelaide using a mix of conventional fuel and refined cooking oil. #Business/Finance #NewsTracker #Jet fuel #Qantas
Qantas: Too ugly for suitors?

Oct 31, 2011

Qantas: Too ugly for suitors?

A nasty dispute with unions and limits on foreign ownership are outweighing the airline's cheap valuation, keeping potential strategic partners and private-equity bidders at bay. #Private equity #Aviation #ConnectTheDots #Sydney #TPG Capital #Labor Issues #Qantas
Qantas to resume flights after govt intervention

Oct 31, 2011

Qantas to resume flights after govt intervention

Australia's Qantas Airways scrambled to get back in the air on Monday, having grounded its entire fleet over the weekend in a bold tactic to force the government to intervene in the nation's worst labour dispute in a decade. #Australia #NewsTracker #Aviation #Qantas #Alan Joyce