Sam Dobson, Senior Analyst at Macquarie, says Thursday's earnings results indicate a positive trajectory in the airline's cost performance.» Read More
Qantas budget carrier Jetstar is finally set to receive delivery of 14 Boeing Dreamliners. CNBC's Matt Taylor spoke exclusively to Qantas CEO Alan Joyce and asked if the delay was frustrating.
Australia's first Boeing 787 Dreamliner is on its way home after Jetstar took delivery of the state-of-the-art aircraft in Seattle. CNBC's Matt Taylor caught up with Jetstar's chief on board the plane.
Andrew Ward, Senior Portfolio Manager at Aurora Funds says fear of missing out will drive gains in the Australian market, as investors scramble to take advantage of the current upward trend.
Australia's corporate earnings season is over and the results have not been as bad as analysts feared, putting Aussie stocks on track and on a firmer note than their peers.
Asian equities were mostly higher on Thursday as sentiment improved following a positive handover from Wall Street but ongoing tensions in the Middle East limited gains.
Timothy Ross, Head of Asia Pacific Transport Research at Credit Suisse discusses the outlook for the airline sector, including Asian carriers.
A new study shows airlines worldwide set a new record in 2012 racking up $27.1 billion in ancillary revenue. The 19.9% increase in money collected from non-fare revenue sources shows airlines are expanding how they generate profits.
Singapore Airlines, caught between the rapid emergence of Gulf carriers and low cost Asian rivals, is attempting a big strategy overhaul to revive growth.
Wind shear, or the sudden change in wind speed and direction, is the invisible enemy and something all pilots dread as they land at Asia's tropical island resorts.
Singapore Airlines has increased its stake in Virgin Australia to 19.9 percent, boosting its influence at the carrier at a time of industry jostling.
Rod Sims, Chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says the regulatory body granted conditional approval to the Qantas-Emirates deal because the benefits arising from the alliance are modest.
Timothy Ross, Head of Asia Pacific Transport Research, Credit Suisse says that soaring energy prices is a core issue and is the reason for his underweight call on the sector
Campbell Dawson, Portfolio Manager, Elstree Investment Management advises investors go into defensives and fixed-income, adding that the euro debt crisis could drag on another 2 years.
Jeremy Hook, Investment Director at TMS Capital says he wouldn't put Qantas on his buy list because he believes the strength in its domestic business will start to wane.
Campbell Wilson, CEO, Scoot discusses what differentiates the airline from other low-cost competitors.
China's top 3 airlines are thriving due to the growing domestic market. But Leithen Francis, Asian Editor, Aviation Week told CNBC that Chinese carriers need another 10 years to catch up with their global peers to successfully compete in the international market.
Bruce Buchanan, Group CEO, Jetstar, says the Jetstar-China Eastern partnership is a result of their long working relationship and the compatibility of their business models.
Alan Joyce, CEO, Qantas Airways, explains how the Qantas-China Eastern partnership will lower travel costs for those in Hong Kong. He adds there is a tremendous amount of opportunity in the Hong Kong market that the airline can tap.
Ben Lyons, Investment Analyst, ATI Asset Management, says he likes Qantas' stock despite the challenges the company faces in its international business. Malcolm Wood, Head of Investment Strategy, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Australia joins in the discussion.
Sean Fenton, Portfolio Manager, Tribeca Investment Partners says Qantas' current valuation is attractive, and believes the stock will benefit from stronger travel spending in Australia.