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  • AA and Qantas show off new plane, new route

    American Airlines chairman and CEO Doug Parker and Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, discuss the new Boeing-777 that will operate the Sydney-to-Los Angeles starting in December.

  • Branson: 'I'm very proud of Virgin Australia'

    Virgin Australia has grown into a "formidable airline" over the past 15 years, giving "Qantas Airways a real run for their money," Virgin Group founder Richard Branson told CNBC.

  • Qantas: Excited about new Dreamliners fleet

    Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, says the purchase of eight Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners is a "highly desirable" move which will help the airline to open up new markets.

  • Behind Qantas' quick turnaround to profit

    Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, says the transformation program which included aggressive cost-cutting measures, underpinned the carrier's profit turnaround.

  • Pedestrians walk past a sign with Japanese characters that reads 'What to buy? What to eat? What to see?' in the Shimokitazawa district of Tokyo.

    Second-quarter gross domestic product from Japan will likely pile on the worry for markets already jumpy about global economic growth.

  • Chinese stock investors react as they check share prices at a securities firm in Fuyang, in China's Anhui province.

    China's Shanghai Composite index crashed more than 7 percent on Friday, chalking up its worst single-day loss since January 19.

  • MSCI's decision to delay the inclusion of China-listed shares in its emerging market index weighed on mainland markets on Wednesday.

  • Asian shares traded mixed on Tuesday, as investors weighed a raft of earnings and kept an eye on Australia's federal budget and Greece's debt crisis.

  • Want to be in Qantas' airport lounges? Dress smart

    Travelers donning tracksuits, singlets, torn jeans or slippers will be turned away at Qantas' airport lounges from today onwards.

  • Asian stocks traded mixed late Tuesday as negative impact from the weaker-than-expected China data subsided.

  • Is Qantas stock looking too expensive?

    James Carlisle, senior analyst at Intelligent Investor, explains whether investors should buy into shares of Qantas and outlines his concerns over the airline's cost-cutting plans.

  • Qantas soars back to profitability

    Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, expects the airline to benefit from lower fuel prices and moderating market capacity in the second-half, but declined to provide a full-year guidance.

  • Why Motley Fool says 'No' to Qantas stock

    Joe Magyer, senior analyst at the Motley Fool, remains bearish on Qantas's stock as airlines tend to underperform the market in the long run due to the sector's capital intensive and competitive nature.

  • 'Strong H1 results' from Qantas: Macquarie

    Sam Dobson, director and senior Analyst at Macquarie, discusses the better-than-expected first-half results from Qantas and explains how markets are interpreting news of no dividend payments.

  • This is the world's safest airline

    In a report by AirlineRatings.com, Australia's Qantas was lauded for having "an extraordinary record of firsts" in safety and operations over its 94-year history. CNBC's Matthew Taylor has more.

  • Qantas CEO: 'Huge' opportunity to profit on Japan

    Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, says new flights to Japan present huge profit opportunities for the airline. He also discusses how the airline is befitting from cost-cutting and lower oil prices.

  • CNBC's Phil Han finds out which airline has been voted best in the world.

  • Qantas vs Virgin Australia: Which is the better buy?

    Charles Leyland, Managing Director at Leyland Private Asset Management, says although Qantas shares are rallying on the back of lower oil prices, Virgin has the best value among airlines.

  • Qantas joins business class battle

    CNBC's Phil Han looks at the launch of Qantas' new business class suite and the fight for passengers in Australasia.

  • Qantas unveils new business class seats

    Qantas CEO Alan Joyce announced details of the airline's latest offering to domestic passengers on Tuesday. CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports.