Qantas Airways

Digital Economy

Airlines turn to artificial intelligence to reach ultra-long flight destinations

AI is rippling through aviation’s decades-old manual systems, impacting everything from ticket sales to cockpit procedures.

Aviation & Engineering

SIA, Qantas’ diverging fortunes reflect state of wider global aviation industry

While not out of the woods just yet, Qantas said Thursday it expects revenue from routes within Australia to almost double.


Qantas axes flights across Asia as virus scares off flyers

Capacity reductions of 15%, which will be in place until at least the end of May, affect services to China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and Thailand, the Australian airline said in a statement Thursday.


ST Engineering secures 5-year nacelle maintenance contract from Qantas Airways

The contract, which was secured by ST Engineering’s Aerospace arm, will see the group provide nacelle maintenance services to the airline’s Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A330 fleet.

Aviation & Engineering

Airlines prepared to weather coronavirus outbreak

(Feb 7): Airlines are perpetually on the alert against crashes. That does not mean the coronavirus epidemic will lead to any corporate disasters.

Aviation & Engineering

Qantas to test in-flight service alternatives to ditch jet lag on world's longest flight

(Oct 18): Qantas Airways will ditch the traditional in-flight service routine for this weekend’s marathon nonstop trip from New York to Sydney.

Global Economy


SINGAPORE (Aug 26): “This is a trade war that should have taken place a long time ago. Somebody had to do it. I am the chosen one.” — US President Donald Trump on the ongoing trade war with China.

Global Economy

Global businesses scramble to align with China’s world view

SYDNEY (Jan 17): Multinational businesses keen for a slice of the world’s fastest-growing consumer market are finding they have to increasingly conform to China’s world view if they want to stay in Beijing’s good graces.

Aviation & Engineering

Airlines suffer worldwide delays after Amadeus booking system fails

LONDON (Sept 29): Airlines worldwide were forced to delay flights Thursday as a global flight-bookings system operated by Amadeus IT Group SA suffered what the company called a “network issue.”

Aviation & Engineering

Singapore Airlines to face increased pressure as competition heats up down under

SINGAPORE (Sept 5): The headwinds are about to get stronger for Singapore Airlines (SIA), according to OCBC Investment Research.