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BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTR4M04S 
January 19, 2015 
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with Ryan, aged two, and his mother Tracy Dixon, as... 
London, United Kingdom 
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a coffee morning at Family Friends in London 
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with Ryan, aged two, and his mother Tracy Dixon, as she receives a bouquet of flowers during a coffee morning at Family Friends, in Kensington, London January 19, 2015. Family Friends is a voluntary organisation to help families in deprived areas of the borough of Kensington. REUTERS/Geoff Pugh/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ROYALS) 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTR4M03B 
January 19, 2015 
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with Ryan, aged two, and his mother Tracy Dixon, during... 
London, United Kingdom 
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a coffee morning at Family Friends in London 
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with Ryan, aged two, and his mother Tracy Dixon, during a coffee morning at Family Friends, in Kensington, London January 19, 2015. Family Friends is a voluntary organisation to help families in deprived areas of the borough of Kensington. REUTERS/Geoff Pugh/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ROYALS) 
MOTOR-RACING-INDY/
RTR32PWS 
May 27, 2012 
Chip Ganassi Racing driver Dario Franchitti of Scotland (L) crosses the finish line ahead of teammate... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Chip Ganassi Racing driver Franchitti of Scotland crosses the finish line ahead of teammate Dixon of... 
Chip Ganassi Racing driver Dario Franchitti of Scotland (L) crosses the finish line ahead of teammate Scott Dixon of New Zealand (R) and KV Racing Technology driver Tony Kanaan of Brazil to win the Indianapolis 500 autorace at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Indiana, May 27, 2012. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT MOTORSPORT) 
MOTOR-RACING/
RTR3229V 
May 14, 2012 
Target Chip Ganassi Racing drivers Scott Dixon (L) of New Zealand and Dario Franchitti of Scotland talk... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Dixon, Franchitti and Rahal talk during practice at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis. 
Target Chip Ganassi Racing drivers Scott Dixon (L) of New Zealand and Dario Franchitti of Scotland talk with Chip Ganassi Racing driver Graham Rahal (R) during practice at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis May 14, 2012. The Indianapolis 500 is scheduled to be run May 27. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT MOTORSPORT) 
MOTOR RACING/
RTR2N243 
May 29, 2011 
Ashley Judd (R), wife of Chip Ganassi Racing driver Dario Franchitti of Scotland, talks with Emma Dixon,... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Judd, wife of Chip Ganassi Racing driver Franchitti, talks with Dixon, wife of Chip Ganassi Racing driver... 
Ashley Judd (R), wife of Chip Ganassi Racing driver Dario Franchitti of Scotland, talks with Emma Dixon, wife of Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand
during the 100th anniversary of Indianapolis 500 auto race in Indianapolis, Indiana May 29, 2011. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT MOTOR RACING) 
MOTOR RACING/
RTR2MQUW 
May 22, 2011 
Sam Schmidt Motorsports driver Alex Tagliani (R) of Canada, Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon of... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Tagliani, Dixon and Servia pose for the Indianapolis 500 front row picture at the Indianapolis Motor... 
Sam Schmidt Motorsports driver Alex Tagliani (R) of Canada, Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand and Newman/Haas Racing driver Oriol Servia of Spain pose in their cars for the traditional Indianapolis 500 front row picture at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis May 22, 2011. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT MOTOR RACING) 
MOTOR RACING/
RTR2MPQA 
May 21, 2011 
Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon (R) of New Zealand shakes hands with a crew member as Ganassi... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Scott Dixon shakes hands after qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway... 
Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon (R) of New Zealand shakes hands with a crew member as Ganassi team engineer Mike Hull (C) stands near them after Dixon qualified for the 95th running of the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis May 21, 2011. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT MOTOR RACING) 
MOTOR-RACING/
RTR2EHR3 
May 28, 2010 
Target Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon (L) of New Zealand talks with former driver Scott Pruett... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Scott Dixon talks with Scott Pruett at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway 
Target Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon (L) of New Zealand talks with former driver Scott Pruett on the pit wall before practice at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Carb Day, the traditional final day of practice in Indianapolis May 28, 2010. The Indianapolis 500 is scheduled for May 30. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT MOTOR RACING) 
MOTOR-RACING/
RTXMU3C 
May 24, 2009 
Driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand holds his pregnant wife Emma Davies-Dixon before the 93rd running of... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Driver Scott Dixon holds his pregnant wife Emma Davies-Dixon before the the Indianapolis 500 in Indianapolis... 
Driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand holds his pregnant wife Emma Davies-Dixon before the 93rd running of the Indianapolis 500 auto race in Indianapolis, Indiana, May 24, 2009. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES SPORT MOTOR RACING) 
MOTOR-RACING/
RTXLIYZ 
May 22, 2009 
Andretti Green Racing driver Tony Kanaan (L) of Brazil talks with Target Chip Ganassi Racing drivers... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Tony Kanaan, Dario Franchitti and Scott Dixon during Carb Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway 
Andretti Green Racing driver Tony Kanaan (L) of Brazil talks with Target Chip Ganassi Racing drivers Scott Dixon (R) of New Zealand and Dario Franchitti of Scotland on Carb Day, the last day of practice at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis May 22, 2009. The Indianapolis 500 is scheduled for May 24. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES SPORT MOTOR RACING) 
MOTOR-RACING/
RTXEZSN 
May 08, 2009 
Target Chip Ganassi Racing driver and 2008 Indianapolis 500 winner Scott Dixon of New Zealand signs autographs... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Scott Dixon signs autographs during practice at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway 
Target Chip Ganassi Racing driver and 2008 Indianapolis 500 winner Scott Dixon of New Zealand signs autographs for fans during practice at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway May 8, 2009. Qualifications for the May 24 Indianapolis 500 begin May 9. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES SPORT MOTOR RACING) 
QANTAS/
RTR21GLR 
August 21, 2008 
Retiring Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon gestures during a news conference in central Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
Retiring Qantas CEO Geoff Dixon gestures during a news conference in central Sydney 
Retiring Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon gestures during a news conference in central Sydney August 21, 2008. Australian airline Qantas Airways Ltd reported a 2.5 percent fall in second-half profit on Thursday, below analysts expectations, as fuel prices soared, but predicted it would meet forecasts for the current year. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA) 
QANTAS/
RTR21GLQ 
August 21, 2008 
Retiring Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon gestures during a news conference in central Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
Retiring Qantas CEO Geoff Dixon gestures during a news conference in central Sydney 
Retiring Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon gestures during a news conference in central Sydney August 21, 2008. Australian airline Qantas Airways Ltd reported a 2.5 percent fall in second-half profit on Thursday, below analysts expectations, as fuel prices soared, but predicted it would meet forecasts for the current year. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA) 
QANTAS/
RTX86QK 
July 28, 2008 
New Qantas Chief Executive Alan Joyce leaves a news conference in central Sydney July 28, 2008. Joyce... 
Sydney, Australia 
New Qantas CEO Alan Joyce leaves a news conference in central Sydney 
New Qantas Chief Executive Alan Joyce leaves a news conference in central Sydney July 28, 2008. Joyce was named as new Qantas Airways CEO on Monday with Geoff Dixon retiring after eight years heading Australia's largest airline. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA) 
QANTAS/
RTX86Q8 
July 28, 2008 
Retiring Qantas CEO Geoff Dixon smiles during a news conference in central Sydney July 28, 2008. Alan... 
Sydney, Australia 
Retiring Qantas CEO Geoff Dixon smiles during a news conference in central Sydney 
Retiring Qantas CEO Geoff Dixon smiles during a news conference in central Sydney July 28, 2008. Alan Joyce was named as new Qantas Airways CEO on Monday with Geoff Dixon retiring after eight years of heading Australia's largest airline. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA) 
QANTAS/
RTX86Q1 
July 28, 2008 
New Qantas CEO Alan Joyce attends a news conference in central Sydney July 28, 2008. Joyce was named... 
Sydney, Australia 
New Qantas CEO Alan Joyce attends a news conference in central Sydney 
New Qantas CEO Alan Joyce attends a news conference in central Sydney July 28, 2008. Joyce was named as new Qantas Airways CEO on Monday with Geoff Dixon retiring after eight years of heading Australia's largest airline. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA) 
MOTOR-RACING-INDY/
RTX65W9 
May 25, 2008 
Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand wins the 92nd running of the Indianapolis 500 automobile... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand wins 92nd running of the Indianapolis 500 automobile... 
Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand wins the 92nd running of the Indianapolis 500 automobile race in Indianapolis, Indiana, May 25, 2008. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES) 
MOTOR-RACING/
RTX638G 
May 23, 2008 
Driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand sits in his race car while a crew member holds an umbrella as light... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Scott Dixon of New Zealand sits in the rain at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway 
Driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand sits in his race car while a crew member holds an umbrella as light rain falls on the last day of practice before the May 25 Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway May 23, 2008. Dixon will start from pole position for the race. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES) 
MOTOR-RACING/
RTX5KBN 
May 10, 2008 
Driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand drives practice laps before qualifications for the Indianapolis 500... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Scott Dixon practices for Indianapolis 500 qualifications 
Driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand drives practice laps before qualifications for the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis May 10, 2008. Dixon later qualified for the pole for the Indianapolis 500 which is scheduled to be run May 25. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES) 
MOTOR-RACING/
RTX5KB5 
May 10, 2008 
Drivers Dan Wheldon (L) of England and Scott Dixon of New Zealand walk through the pit lane after qualifying... 
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES 
Scott Dixon and Dan Wheldon walk the pit lane after qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 
Drivers Dan Wheldon (L) of England and Scott Dixon of New Zealand walk through the pit lane after qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis May 10, 2008. The Indianapolis 500 is scheduled to be run May 25. REUTERS/Geoff Miller (UNITED STATES) 
QANTAS-RESULTS/
RTR1STF0 
August 16, 2007 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon smiles during an annual results news conference in Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Dixon smiles during an annual results news conference in Sydney 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon smiles during an annual results news conference in Sydney August 16, 2007. Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia's largest airline, reported a 50 percent jump in annual earnings as passenger demand rose and said it would buy back more than A$1 billion ($820 million) of its stock. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA) 
QANTAS-RESULTS/
RTR1STEX 
August 16, 2007 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon smiles during an annual results news conference in Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Dixon smiles during news conference in Sydney 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon smiles during an annual results news conference in Sydney August 16, 2007. Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia's largest airline, reported a 50 percent jump in annual earnings as passenger demand rose and said it would buy back more than A$1 billion ($820 million) of its stock. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA) 
QANTAS-RESULTS/
RTR1STEV 
August 16, 2007 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon smiles during an annual results news conference in Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Dixon smiles during news conference in Sydney 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon smiles during an annual results news conference in Sydney August 16, 2007. Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia's largest airline, reported a 50 percent jump in annual earnings as passenger demand rose and said it would buy back more than A$1 billion ($820 million) of its stock.REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA) 
JAPAN/
RTR1MYLX 
March 01, 2007 
(L-R) Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon, JAL Group Chief Executive Haruka Nishimatsu and American... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Qantas Chief Executive Dixon, JAL Group Chief Executive Nishimatsu and American Airlines Chairman and... 
(L-R) Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon, JAL Group Chief Executive Haruka Nishimatsu and American Airlines Chairman and Executive Gerard Aprey prepare for a photo session with flight attendants after a news conference of Oneworld, a global airline alliance, in Tokyo March 1, 2007. Japan Airlines will join Oneworld on April 1. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN) 
JAPAN/
RTR1MYLQ 
March 01, 2007 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon (current chairman of Oneworld's Governing Board) speaks to... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Qantas Chief Executive Dixon speaks to reporters at a news conference of Oneworld, a global airline alliance,... 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon (current chairman of Oneworld's Governing Board) speaks to reporters at a news conference of Oneworld, a global airline alliance, in Tokyo March 1, 2007. Japan Airlines will join Oneworld on April 1. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN) 
JAPAN/
RTR1MYLI 
March 01, 2007 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon (L) (current chairman of Oneworld's Governing Board) and JAL Group... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon and JAL Group Chief Executive Haruka Nishmatsu take part in... 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon (L) (current chairman of Oneworld's Governing Board) and JAL Group Chief Executive Haruka Nishmatsu take part in a news conference of Oneworld, a global airline alliance, in Tokyo March 1, 2007. Japan Airlines will join Oneworld on April 1. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN) 
JAPAN/
RTR1MYLE 
March 01, 2007 
(L-R) Finnair Chief Executive Jukka Hienonen, Cathay Pacific Airways Chief Executive Philip Chen, Malev... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Chief Executives of Oneworld pose with flight attendants after a news conference in Tokyo 
(L-R) Finnair Chief Executive Jukka Hienonen, Cathay Pacific Airways Chief Executive Philip Chen, Malev Chief Executive Janos Gonci, Royal Jordanian Chief Executive and Deputy Chairman Samer Majali, Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon, JAL Group Chief Executive Haruka Nishmatsu , American Airlines Chairman and Executive Gerard Aprey, British Airways Chief Executive Willie Walsh, Oneworld Managing Partner John McCulloch, LAN Group Chief Executive Enrique Cueto, and Iberia Chairman and Chief Executive Fernando Conte, pose with flight attendants after a news conference of Oneworld, a global airline alliance, in Tokyo March 1, 2007. Japan Airlines will join Oneworld on April 1. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN) 
JAPAN/
RTR1MYL7 
March 01, 2007 
(L-R) American Airlines Chairman and Executive Gerard Aprey, Oneworld Managing Partner John McCulloch,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
American Airlines Chairman and Executive Aprey, Oneworld Managing Partner McCulloch, Qantas Chief Executive... 
(L-R) American Airlines Chairman and Executive Gerard Aprey, Oneworld Managing Partner John McCulloch, Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon (current chairman of Oneworld's Governing Board) and British Airways Chief Executive Willie Walsh take part in a news conference of Oneworld, a global airline alliance, in Tokyo March 1, 2007. Japan Airlines will join Oneworld on April 1. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN) 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR1GFRW 
August 17, 2006 
Qantas Chief Financial Officer Peter Gregg (L) and Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon listen to a question... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Financial Officer Peter Gregg and Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon listen to a question... 
Qantas Chief Financial Officer Peter Gregg (L) and Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon listen to a question during an annual results news conference in Sydney August 17, 2006. Qantas Airways Ltd. posted a 30 percent fall in annual profit on Thursday on higher fuel and redundancy costs and said it planned to slash more jobs, including more than 1,000 management and support positions.REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR1GFR3 
August 17, 2006 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon listens to a question during an annual results news conference... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon listens to a question during an annual results news conference... 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon listens to a question during an annual results news conference in Sydney August 17, 2006. Qantas Airways Ltd. posted a 30 percent fall in annual profit on Thursday on higher fuel and redundancy costs and said it planned to slash more jobs, including more than 1,000 management and support positions.REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR1GFQY 
August 17, 2006 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon looks at the ceiling during an annual results news conference... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon looks at the ceiling during an annual results news conference... 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon looks at the ceiling during an annual results news conference in Sydney August 17, 2006. Qantas Airways Ltd. posted a 30 percent fall in annual profit on Thursday on higher fuel and redundancy costs and said it planned to slash more jobs, including more than 1,000 management and support positions.REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR1GFQW 
August 17, 2006 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon looks at the ceiling during an annual results news conference... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon looks at the ceiling during an annual results news conference... 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon looks at the ceiling during an annual results news conference in Sydney August 17, 2006. Qantas Airways Ltd. posted a 30 percent fall in annual profit on Thursday on higher fuel and redundancy costs and said it planned to slash more jobs, including more than 1,000 management and support positions.REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR1GFQS 
August 17, 2006 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon listens to a question during an annual results news conference... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon listens to a question during an annual results news conference... 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer Geoff Dixon listens to a question during an annual results news conference in Sydney August 17, 2006. Qantas Airways Ltd. posted a 30 percent fall in annual profit on Thursday on higher fuel and redundancy costs and said it planned to slash more jobs, including more than 1,000 management and support positions.REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
DIXON
RTXO247 
December 14, 2005 
Chief Executive Officer and general manager of Qantas Geoff Dixon makes a point during a news conference... 
Sydney, Australia 
Chief Executive Officer and general manager of Qantas Geoff Dixon makes a point during a news confer..... 
Chief Executive Officer and general manager of Qantas Geoff Dixon makes a point during a news conference in Sydney December 14, 2005. [Qantas Airways Ltd., the world's eighth-biggest airline by market value, said on Wednesday it planned to acquire up to 115 Boeing 787 aircraft for its long-awaited fleet renewal. ] 
QANTAS
RTXO246 
December 14, 2005 
Chairman of Qantas Margaret Jackson (R) looks across to company CEO and general manager Geoff Dixon as... 
Sydney, Australia 
Chairman of Qantas Margaret Jackson (R) looks across to company CEO and general manager Geoff Dixon ..... 
Chairman of Qantas Margaret Jackson (R) looks across to company CEO and general manager Geoff Dixon as they pose in front of models of Boeing 787 aircraft at a news conference in Sydney December 14, 2005. US aerospace company Boeing today said it had offered an aircraft that flew further and carried more people than its rival [Airbus] to win an initial $13 billion fleet order from Qantas. 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR1AYEO 
December 14, 2005 
Chairman of Qantas Margaret Jackson (R) looks across to company CEO and general manager Geoff Dixon as... 
Sydney, Australia 
Chairman of Qantas Margaret Jackson looks across to company CEO and general manager Geoff Dixon as they... 
Chairman of Qantas Margaret Jackson (R) looks across to company CEO and general manager Geoff Dixon as they pose in front of models of Boeing 787 aircraft at a news conference in Sydney December 14, 2005. US aerospace company Boeing today said it had offered an aircraft that flew further and carried more people than its rival Airbus to win an initial $13 billion fleet order from Qantas. REUTERS/Will Burgess 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR1AYAO 
December 14, 2005 
Chief Executive Officer and general manager of Qantas Geoff Dixon makes a point during a news conference... 
Sydney, Australia 
Chief Executive Officer and general manager of Qantas Geoff Dixon makes a point during a news conference... 
Chief Executive Officer and general manager of Qantas Geoff Dixon makes a point during a news conference in Sydney December 14, 2005. Qantas Airways Ltd., the world's eighth-biggest airline by market value, said on Wednesday it planned to acquire up to 115 Boeing 787 aircraft for its long-awaited fleet renewal. REUTERS/Will Burgess 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR1AXTD 
December 14, 2005 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer and General Manager Geoff Dixon (R) gestures as company chairman Margaret... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas CEO and General Manager Dixon gestures as company chairman Jackson listens during news conference... 
Qantas Chief Executive Officer and General Manager Geoff Dixon (R) gestures as company chairman Margaret Jackson (L) listens during a news conference in Sydney December 14, 2005. Qantas, the world's eighth-biggest airline by market value, said on Wednesday it planned to acquire up to 115 Boeing 787 aircraft for its long-awaited fleet renewal. REUTERS/Will Burgess 
DIXON
RTXN9CJ 
February 17, 2005 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney February 17,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney February 17..... 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney February 17, 2005. Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia's biggest airline, said its first-half net profit rose 28 percent, ahead of market forecasts, as cost cuts offset higher jet fuel costs. 
DIXON
RTXN9CI 
February 17, 2005 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney February 17,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney February 17..... 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney February 17, 2005. Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia's biggest airline, said its first-half net profit rose 28 percent, ahead of market forecasts, as cost cuts offset higher jet fuel costs. 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTRNKSW 
February 17, 2005 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney February 17,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney. 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney February 17, 2005. Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia's biggest airline, said its first-half net profit rose 28 percent, ahead of market forecasts, as cost cuts offset higher jet fuel costs. REUTERS/David Gray DG/NL 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTRNKSJ 
February 17, 2005 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney February 17,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney. 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon answers a question during a news conference in Sydney February 17, 2005. Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia's biggest airline, said its first-half net profit rose 28 percent, ahead of market forecasts, as cost cuts offset higher jet fuel costs. REUTERS/David Gray DG/NL 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTRNKS4 
February 17, 2005 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon listens to questions during a news conference in Sydney February 17,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon listens to questions during a news conference in Sydney. 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon listens to questions during a news conference in Sydney February 17, 2005. Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia's biggest airline, said its first-half net profit rose 28 percent, ahead of market forecasts, as cost cuts offset higher jet fuel costs. REUTERS/David Gray DG/NL 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTRNKRX 
February 17, 2005 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon listens to questions during a news conference in Sydney February 17,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon listens to questions during a news conference in Sydney. 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon listens to questions during a news conference in Sydney February 17, 2005. Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia's biggest airline, said its first-half net profit rose 28 percent, ahead of market forecasts, as cost cuts offset higher jet fuel costs. REUTERS/David Gray DG/NL 
FRANCE
RTRKU2U 
January 18, 2005 
The first customers of Airbus Industry's new A380 555-seat super jumbo attend a press conference before... 
Toulouse, France 
The first customers of Airbus Industry's new A380 super jumbo attend a press conference in Toulouse. 
The first customers of Airbus Industry's new A380 555-seat super jumbo attend a press conference before the plane's official presentation in Toulouse, January 18, 2005. (R-L) Airbus head Noel Forgeard, Chew Choon Seng from Singapore Airlines,Geoff Dixon of Quantas Airways and Jean-Cyril Spinetta of Air France. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe Arles JPA/DL 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA JETSTAR
RTRKA73 
May 25, 2004 
Chief Executive Officer of Jetstar Alan Joyce (R) gestures to the media as (L-R) Geoff Dixon, CEO of... 
Melbourne, Australia 
JETSTAR CEO ALAN JOYCE GESTURES TO THE MEDIA DURING LAUNCH OF THE AIRLINE IN MELBOURNE. 
Chief Executive Officer of Jetstar Alan Joyce (R) gestures to the media as (L-R) Geoff Dixon, CEO of Qantas Airlines, actress and comedian Magda Szubanski and Premier of Victoria Steve Bracks listen on during the launch of the discount airline in Melbourne May 25, 2004. Jetstar, Qantas' new low-cost domestic venture, is the most serious challenge yet to Richard Branson's discount airline Virgin Blue, with passengers snapping up bargain tickets for as low as A$29 (US$20) on Jetstar flights along busy eastern seaboard routes, but analysts caution the carrier still has to tread carefully to avoid cannibalising Qantas' mainline market or embarking on an unsustainable price war. REUTERS/David Gray DG/FA 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTRD2H3 
February 19, 2004 
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Qantas Geoff Dixon delivers the company's half-year... 
Sydney, Australia 
QANTAS BOSS GEOFF DIXON DELIVERS HALF-YEAR RESULTS IN SYDNEY. 
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Qantas Geoff Dixon delivers the company's half-year results in Sydney February 19, 2004. Qantas, Australia's biggest airline, beat market forecasts with a small rise in first-half net profit on the back of a stronger Australian dollar, cost cuts and increased traffic. REUTERS/Will Burgess WB/FA 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTRD2GW 
February 19, 2004 
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Qantas Geoff Dixon rests his chin on his wrist as he... 
Sydney, Australia 
QANTAS BOSS GEOFF DIXON TAKES QUESTIONS AFTER RESULTS PRESENTATION IN SYDNEY. 
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Qantas Geoff Dixon rests his chin on his wrist as he takes a question from journalists after he presented the company's half-year results in Sydney February 19, 2004. Qantas, Australia's biggest airline, beat market forecasts with a small rise in first-half net profit on the back of a stronger Australian dollar, cost cuts and increased traffic. REUTERS/Will Burgess WB/FA 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR7XHN 
December 01, 2003 
Geoff Dixon, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Qantas, Australia's
biggest airline, listens to a question... 
Sydney, Australia 
QANTAS AIRLINES CEO AT MEDIA CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
Geoff Dixon, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Qantas, Australia's
biggest airline, listens to a question during a media conference in
Sydney December 1, 2003. Dixon and Alan Joyce, CEO of the new low-cost
Qantas carrier named Jetstar, announced that Jetstar plans to aquire 23
Airbus planes in Qantas's efforts to fend off competition from Richard
Branson's Virgin Blue. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/RCS 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR7XHH 
December 01, 2003 
Alan Joyce, CEO of the new low-cost Qantas carrier named Jetstar, listens to
a question during a media... 
Sydney, Australia 
CEO OF JETSTAR AT MEDIA CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
Alan Joyce, CEO of the new low-cost Qantas carrier named Jetstar, listens to
a question during a media conference in Sydney December 1, 2003. Joyce
announced with Geoff Dixon, CEO of Australia's biggest airline Qantas, that
Jetstar plans to aquire 23 Airbus planes in Qantas's efforts to fend off
competition from Richard Branson's Virgin Blue. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/RCS 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR7XHA 
December 01, 2003 
Geoff Dixon (R), Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Qantas, Australia's
biggest airline, listens to a... 
Sydney, Australia 
QANTAS AND JETSTAR CEOS AT MEDIA CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
Geoff Dixon (R), Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Qantas, Australia's
biggest airline, listens to a question from Alan Joyce, CEO of the new
low-cost Qantas carrier named Jetstar, during a media conference in Sydney
December 1, 2003. Joyce and Dixon announced that Jetstar plans to aquire 23
Airbus planes in Qantas's efforts to fend off competition from Richard
Branson's Virgin Blue. REUTERS/David Gray

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AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
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August 21, 2003 
Qantas Chief Financial Officer Peter Gregg (L) looks across to Geoff
Dixon, the airlines' chief executive,... 
Sydney, Australia 
QANTAS BOSS GEOFF DIXON REACTS TO COMPANY LOSSES DURING NEWS CONFERENCE
IN SYDNEY. 
Qantas Chief Financial Officer Peter Gregg (L) looks across to Geoff
Dixon, the airlines' chief executive, who answers a question during a
Sydney news conference August 21, 2003. Qantas, Australia's biggest
airline, posted its first half-yearly loss since listing. The airline
attributed the loss to SARS, the Iraq war and stiff domestic
competition, but forecast an improved performance this year.
REUTERS/Will Burgess

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CONSTRUCTION AUSTRALIA BORAL
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August 21, 2003 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon reacts to questions during a Sydney
news conference August 21, 2003.... 
Sydney, Australia 
QANTAS CHIEF EXECUTIVE GEOFF DIXON REACTS TO COMPANY LOSSES DURING NEWS
CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
Qantas Chief Executive Geoff Dixon reacts to questions during a Sydney
news conference August 21, 2003. Qantas, Australia's biggest airline,
posted its first half-yearly loss since listing. The airline attributed
the loss to SARS, the Iraq war and stiff domestic competition, but
forecast an improved performance this year. REUTERS/Will Burgess

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AUSTRALIA QANTAS SCUFFLE
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May 29, 2003 
Qantas Airlines Chief Executive Geoff Dixon listens to a question
during a media briefing in Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
QANTAS CHIEF EXECUTIVE GEOFF DIXON LISTENS DURING A MEDIA BRIEFING IN
SDNEY. 
Qantas Airlines Chief Executive Geoff Dixon listens to a question
during a media briefing in Sydney May 29, 2003 after a man on a Qantas
plane attacked two flight attendants with wooden implements, that may
have been chopsticks, and then injured two other passengers before he
was overpowered. The Boeing 717 carrying 47 passengers on a flight to
the island state of Tasmania, returned to Melbourne where the man was
arrested by police. REUTERS/David Gray

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SPORT AUTO RACING
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May 10, 2003 
Team Target driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand smiles after posting the
fastest lap of the month at the... 
Indianapolis, United States of America 
NEW ZEALANDER SCOTT DIXON SMILES AFTER CLOCKING FASTEST LAP OF MONTH AT
INDY. 
Team Target driver Scott Dixon of New Zealand smiles after posting the
fastest lap of the month at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, May 10,
2003. Dixon was clocked in morning practice at 233.236 miles per hour.
Qualifications for the May 25 Indy 500 are scheduled for the day but
rain and thunderstorms are predicted for the area. REUTERS/Geoff
Miller

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SPORT AUTO RACING
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May 09, 2003 
Team Target driver Scott Dixon New Zealand readies his driving helmet
in the pits at the Indianapolis... 
Indianapolis, United States of America 
DIXON GETS HIS HELMET READY TO WEAR AT INDY. 
Team Target driver Scott Dixon New Zealand readies his driving helmet
in the pits at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway May 9, 2003, the last
day of practice before the first scheduled day of qualifying for the
87th Indianapolis 500. Dixon is wearing a brace on his right wrist
which he broke in April in an Indy Racing League race at Motegi, Japan.
Qualifications for the May 25 Indy 500 begin May 10. REUTERS/Geoff
Miller

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TRANSPORT AUSTRALIA QANTAS
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March 28, 2003 
Chief Executive of Australia's major airline Qantas briefs journalists
in Sydney March 28, 2003 as the... 
Sydney, Australia 
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF QANTAS AIRWAYS GEOFF DIXON SPEAKS AT A PRESS
CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
Chief Executive of Australia's major airline Qantas briefs journalists
in Sydney March 28, 2003 as the airline announces that the war in Iraq
and the effects of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in Asia has
adversely affected bookings. As a result the company has reduced
planned international flying by a total of up to 20 per cent between
April 1, 2003 and mid-July. REUTERS/James D Morgan

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DIXON
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August 21, 2002 
Qantas chief executive Geoff Dixon talks with journalists after a news conference, following Australia's... 
Sydney, Australia 
Qantas chief executive Geoff Dixon talks with journalists after a news conference, following Austral..... 
Qantas chief executive Geoff Dixon talks with journalists after a news conference, following Australia's biggest airline reporting a A$428 million (US$235 million) net profit in Sydney August 21, 2002. Qantas grabbed its place as one of the world's most profitable airlines with the result and plans to raise A$800 million (US$440 million) in a rights issue to fund growth. 
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR98RS 
August 21, 2002 
A Qantas staff member dressed in a "kangaroo" suit protests in Sydney,
August 21, 2002, outside the... 
Sydney, Australia 
QANTAS STAFF PROTEST AT ANNUAL RESULT NEWS CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
A Qantas staff member dressed in a "kangaroo" suit protests in Sydney,
August 21, 2002, outside the venue of a news conference where Qantas chief
executive Geoff Dixon said the company matched market expectation and
reported a A$428 million (US$235 million) net profit. Qantas grabbed its
place as one of the world's most profitable airlines with the result and
plans to raise A$800 million (US$440 million) in a rights issue to fund
fleet expansion. REUTERS/Mark Baker

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AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR98L8 
August 21, 2002 
Qantas chief executive Geoff Dixon gestures to photographers after a news
conference in Sydney August... 
Sydney, Australia 
QANTAS CHIEF EXECUTIVE GEOFF DIXON TALKS WITH JOURNALISTS AFTER A
NEWS CONFERENCE. 
Qantas chief executive Geoff Dixon gestures to photographers after a news
conference in Sydney August 21, 2002. Australia's biggest airline Qantas
Airways Ltd matched market expectations on Wednesday when it reported a
A$428 million ($235 million) year net profit, and announced a A$800 million
($440 million) rights issue to fund fleet expansion. REUTERS/Mark Baker

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