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169. Qantas and Jetstar Extend Flight Cancellations
Qantas and Jetstar have extended their domestic and Trans-Tasman flight cancellations to the end of June 2020, whilst international flight cancellations have been extended through to end-July 2020.
170. Qantas and Jetstar to Stand Down Around 2,500 Frontline Employees
Around 2,500 frontline Qantas and Jetstar employees are to be stood down for an estimated two months. The temporary measure is the result of a significant drop in flying caused by COVID19 restrictions in Greater Sydney in particular and the knock-on border closures in all other states and territories. No job losses are expected. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 5 August 2021.
171. Qantas / Jetstar to Cut International Capacity by 90%
As a result of significant falls in travel demand and new government restrictions across multiple jurisdictions in recent days, Qantas and Jetstar are making further and much larger cuts to domestic and international flying schedules.
172. Jetstar Tickets now available at Select Post Offices in Singapore
Jetstar Tickets now available at Select Post Offices in Singapore.
173. COVID19: Qantas and Jetstar Make Major Changes to Network
The Qantas Group has reduced and suspended select flights in response to falling demand caused by the ongoing COVID19 outbreak. The actions were unveiled as part of the groups half year financial results, where the net profit impact of the COVID19 outbreak was estimated at between $100 million to $150 million for FY20 a figure softened by lower fuel prices.
174. Qantas to Exit Markets, Cut Capacity and Close Pilot Base
Qantas to Exit Markets, Cut Capacity and Close Pilot Base. Following last weeks announcement of significant changes to its domestic operations, the Qantas Group has now confirmed changes to its international services as it continues to manage the impact of high oil prices. The changes include market exits, capacity cuts and the replacement of Qantas services with Jetstar services
175. Qantas Group to Increase Domestic Capacity
Qantas Group to Increase Domestic Capacity. The Qantas Group is planning to increase capacity across its domestic route network by 9.6%, including a number of new routes for both Qantas and Jetstar. Group capacity is expected to increase by more than 66,000 seats per week once fully implemented, with the addition of new aircraft to the domestic fleet and in response to the recoveri
176. Changi Airport Trials Self Service Initiatives
Passengers departing from Changi Airport can look forward to a speedier and more flexible check-in experience as Changi Airport Group (CAG) commences a phased approach to implementing self-service initiatives in its departure halls, with a trial with Jetstar Asia as its airline partner. This is part of the Fast and Seamless Travel at Changi (FAST@Changi) programme which CAG plans t

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