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Qantas

Qantas Airways Limited (Qantas) is an Australian airline company. The Company is engaged in the operation of international and domestic air transportation services, the provision of time definite freight services, the operation of a Frequent Flyer loyalty program, the sale of international and domestic holiday tours and associated support activities, including flight training, catering, passenger and ground handling, and engineering and maintenance. Its segments include Qantas, which represents the Qantas passenger flying businesses and related businesses; Jetstar, which represents the Jetstar passenger flying businesses, including Jetstar Asia and an investment in Jetstar Pacific; Qantas Freight, which represents the air cargo and express freight businesses; Qantas Frequent Flyer, which represents the Qantas Frequent Flyer customer loyalty program, and Jetset Travelworld Group, which represents the Company’s investment in the Jetset Travelworld Group. http://www.qantas.com.au

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Qantas
Parliament Passes Changes to Qantas Sale Act, Flag Carrier Will Remain Majority Australian Owned

By IBTimes AU

The two houses of Australia's Parliament have passed on Friday legislation that would ease foreign ownership restrictions on flag carrier Qantas. However, the airline would still remain 51 per cent or majority owned by Australia. (Jul 21)

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The site of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane crash
Australian Stock Market Report – Afternoon July 18, 2014

By Comsec

After a trying and emotional night in the US on the back of the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 and escalated international tensions in the Middle East, Malaysia Airlines is currently down 11% as investors come to grips with the news. (Jul 18)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, WESTPAC, TWITTER, FACEBOOK, AUSTRALIA, MANAGEMENT

Ian Thorpe
Mark Spitz Says Impact of Ian Thorpe Coming Out Would Have Been Greater If He Did It While Still Competing (VIDEOS)

By IBTimes AU

Australian champion swimmer Ian Thorpe cold have made a greater impact had he came out to admit his being gay when he was still competing, American fellow Olympic medalist Mark Spitz said on Tuesday. (Jul 16)

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No Fare Reduction Despite Scrap of Carbon Tax Surcharge – Qantas

By IBTimes AU

There won't be any fare price reductions even if the carbon tax surcharge gets scrapped, Australian flag carrier Qantas Airways said this week. (Jul 11)

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Tony Abbott
Carbon Tax Repeal Measure Loses in Senate by 2 Votes, Abbott Government to Try Again Next Week

By IBTimes AU

Mining magnate and MP Clive Palmer continued to push his weight around the repeal of the carbon tax issue by playing kingmaker and withdrawing his party's support for the measure on Thursday. The result is the measure that Prime Minister Tony Ab... (Jul 11)

MORE TOPICS: CLIMATE CHANGE, WOOLWORTHS, JULIA GILLARD, TONY ABBOTT

Recession in 2014? Why Experts are Predicting a Stock Market Crash in 2014
Australian Stock Market Report – Midday July 8, 2014

By Comsec

The Australian sharemarket is falling for the second day, with sluggish performances offshore last night not helping. The All Ordinaries Index is down 0.1 per cent and is flirting with the key 5500pt mark. (Jul 08)

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Nick Cummins Will Transfer from Australia to Japan After End of Super Rugby Season

By IBTimes AU

Nick Cummins, winger for the Australian rugby national team, Qantas Wallaby and Western Force in the Super Rugby League, has signed a deal with the Coca Cola West Red Sparks in Japan’s Top League. (Jul 04)

MORE TOPICS: JAPAN, AUSTRALIA

5 Key Elements Of Qantas' New Frequent Flyer Loyalty Scheme

By IBTimes AU Special

What's in store for travellers with Qantas' new Fairer Flying loyalty programme? (Jul 04)

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Malaysia
MH370: Rogue Pilot Planned Fate of Plane; Whistleblower Fund Raised to US$100,000

By IBTimes AU

A rogue pilot puts plane on Autopilot, expert believes; fund to call for a whistleblower increased to US$100,000 (Jun 30)

A truck drives past piles of iron ore at the dump site of a port in Rizhao, Shandong province in this October 3, 2013 file photo. Chinese steel and iron ore futures extended recent losses on April 14, 2014, pressured by a weak outlook for demand in the wo
Australian Stock Market Report – Midday June 27, 2014

By Comsec

The Australian sharemarket is flat after a 1.1 per cent surge yesterday. Global markets overnight ended mixed while a firmer ore price is helping the miners. Despite an uninspiring finish to the week, local stocks have still improved by 0.8 per cent over the past five days. (Jun 27)

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