Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce has advised the Board he will bring forward his retirement by two months to help the company accelerate its renewal.
The Qantas Group will remove the expiry date on COVID travel credits that were due to run out at the end of this year. Following this decision, Qantas customers with COVID credits can request a cash refund, and Jetstar customers can use their COVID vouchers for flights, indefinitely.
The Qantas Group has posted its first full year statutory profit since FY19 and will share the benefits by rewarding employees, reinvesting for customers and returning capital to shareholders.
Qantas today announced another increase to its international capacity ahead of additional aircraft returning to its fleet. Destinations with more capacity announced today include New York, Los Angeles, Johannesburg and Bali.
Qantas has officially welcomed its latest Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to Australia. It’s the eighth new aircraft added to the Qantas Group fleet so far this year, in addition to two A380s that have returned from long-term storage, as the airline continues to increase its international capacity.
Qantas is embarking on another push to remind Australians to use around $400 million in remaining COVID-era travel credits held by the airline.
The Qantas Group has announced a number of changes to its Group Management Committee as part of its CEO transition and continued focus on renewal.
Qantas and Jetstar are gearing up for a busy school holiday period, as travellers make the most of additional capacity and new routes.
Qantas has resumed seasonal flights direct from Perth to Rome, marking the return of the popular route for the second year running, just in time for the European summer.