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AUSTRALIA-CHINA/
RTR4Y9QI
June 01, 2015
The roof of the Sydney Opera House is pictured as a JetStar Airlines Airbus A320 plane flies near delegates...
Sydney, Australia
The roof of the Sydney Opera House is pictured as a JetStar Airlines Airbus A320 plane flies near delegates...
The roof of the Sydney Opera House is pictured as a JetStar Airlines Airbus A320 plane flies near delegates from the inaugural China Australia Millennial Project (CAMP) summit as they stand atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia June 1, 2015. The climb was the opening event of the five-day summit which is being promoted as a way for "industry and government leaders from both countries to create a more innovative, collaborative Australia-China relationship". REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/BUDGET
RTX18H35
February 09, 2014
Aircrafts of budget airlines JetStar and AirAsia sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport February...
Singapore, Singapore
Aircrafts of budget airlines JetStar and AirAsia sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport
Aircrafts of budget airlines JetStar and AirAsia sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport February 6, 2014. Low-cost carriers are flying high in Southeast Asia on the back of sharp growth in air travel, but as hundreds of new jets swarm into the region concerns are rising about its ability to absorb the record numbers of planes on order. Southeast Asian carriers have been devouring as many new airplanes as planemakers can sell, gambling that low fares and rising disposable incomes will drive the region's 600 million-strong population to keep flying to new destinations. To match story AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/BUDGET Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/BUDGET
RTX18H32
February 09, 2014
Budget airline Jetstar aircrafts sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport February 6, 2014. Low-cost...
Singapore, Singapore
Budget airline Jetstar aircrafts sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport
Budget airline Jetstar aircrafts sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport February 6, 2014. Low-cost carriers are flying high in Southeast Asia on the back of sharp growth in air travel, but as hundreds of new jets swarm into the region concerns are rising about its ability to absorb the record numbers of planes on order. Southeast Asian carriers have been devouring as many new airplanes as planemakers can sell, gambling that low fares and rising disposable incomes will drive the region's 600 million-strong population to keep flying to new destinations. To match story AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/BUDGET Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/BUDGET
RTX18H2W
February 09, 2014
Aircrafts of budget airlines JetStar and AirAsia sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport February...
Singapore, Singapore
Aircrafts of budget airlines JetStar and AirAsia sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport
Aircrafts of budget airlines JetStar and AirAsia sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport February 6, 2014. Low-cost carriers are flying high in Southeast Asia on the back of sharp growth in air travel, but as hundreds of new jets swarm into the region concerns are rising about its ability to absorb the record numbers of planes on order. Southeast Asian carriers have been devouring as many new airplanes as planemakers can sell, gambling that low fares and rising disposable incomes will drive the region's 600 million-strong population to keep flying to new destinations. To match story AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/BUDGET Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/BUDGET
RTX18H2O
February 09, 2014
Budget airline Jetstar aircrafts sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport February 6, 2014. Low-cost...
Singapore, Singapore
Budget airline Jetstar aircrafts sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport
Budget airline Jetstar aircrafts sit on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport February 6, 2014. Low-cost carriers are flying high in Southeast Asia on the back of sharp growth in air travel, but as hundreds of new jets swarm into the region concerns are rising about its ability to absorb the record numbers of planes on order. Southeast Asian carriers have been devouring as many new airplanes as planemakers can sell, gambling that low fares and rising disposable incomes will drive the region's 600 million-strong population to keep flying to new destinations. To match story AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/BUDGET Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG
RTX13HCL
September 11, 2013
A Jetstar Airways passenger plane (R) taxies next to a Hong Kong Airline passenger plane at the Hong...
Hong Kong, China
A Jetstar Airways passenger plane taxies next to a Hong Kong Airline passenger plane at the Hong Kong...
A Jetstar Airways passenger plane (R) taxies next to a Hong Kong Airline passenger plane at the Hong Kong Airport at the Hong Kong Airport September 11,2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AUSTRALIA-VIRGINAUSTRALIA/EARNINGS
RTX1311Z
August 30, 2013
A Jetstar Airways Airbus A330-200 aircraft moves down the runway in front of a Virgin Australia Boeing...
Sydney, Australia
A Jetstar Airways Airbus A330-200 aircraft moves down the runway in front of a Virgin Australia Boeing...
A Jetstar Airways Airbus A330-200 aircraft moves down the runway in front of a Virgin Australia Boeing 737 plane at Sydney Airport in this picture taken April 29, 2013. Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd reported a A$98.1 million ($87.6 million) full-year net loss on Friday, blaming difficult economic conditions, strong competition and one-off costs related to its recently acquired Skywest business. It also said major shareholders Air New Zealand, Etihad Airways and Singapore Airlines had agreed to provide a term loan worth A$90 million. The result contrasts with a well-received full-year net profit of A$6 million reported by rival Qantas Airways Ltd on Thursday. Picture taken April 29, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
SINGAPORE-HAZE/
RTX10UI2
June 20, 2013
A couple holds hands as they watch a plane sitting on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport June 20,...
Singapore, Singapore
Couple holds hands as they watch a plane sitting on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport
A couple holds hands as they watch a plane sitting on the tarmac at Singapore's Changi Airport June 20, 2013. The haze has caused Singapore's Changi Airport to increased time between takeoffs and landings as a safety measure, causing some departure and arrival delays, according to local media. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT)
QANTAS-CHINAEASTERN
RTR2ZVLH
March 26, 2012
An airport worker stands in front of a Jetstar passenger plane at Avalon Airport in Melbourne in this...
Melbourne, Australia
File photo of an airport worker in front of a Jetstar passenger plane in Melbourne
An airport worker stands in front of a Jetstar passenger plane at Avalon Airport in Melbourne in this March 19, 2010 file photo. Australia's national carrier, Qantas has moved to expand its Asian business and cut costs by entering into an equal joint venture with China Eastern Airlines Corp Ltd to set up a Hong Kong-based low-cost carrier.
REUTERS/Mick Tsikas/files (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
QANTAS-GROUNDING/
RTR2TD35
October 29, 2011
A Qantas Airbus A330-300 aircraft is parked between a Jetstar Airbus A320 (front) and a British Airways...
Singapore, Singapore
A Qantas Airbus A330-300 aircraft is parked between a Jetstar Airbus A320 and a British Airways plane...
A Qantas Airbus A330-300 aircraft is parked between a Jetstar Airbus A320 (front) and a British Airways plane at Changi Airport in Singapore October 29, 2011. Australia's Qantas Airways grounded its entire fleet on Saturday over a bitter labour dispute in an unprecedented move that prompted the government to warn it feared for the airline's future and would seek action to end the dispute. Qantas said it would lock out all employees from Monday night in a dispute affecting 70,000 passengers and 600 flights on one of the country's biggest travel weekends. The grounding does not affect Qantas' budget airline Jetstar. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL)
QANTAS-GROUNDING/
RTR2TD1V
October 29, 2011
Stranded Qantas passengers line up as they seek information at the check-in counters after their flights...
Singapore, Singapore
Stranded Qantas passengers line up as they seek information at the check-in counters after their flights...
Stranded Qantas passengers line up as they seek information at the check-in counters after their flights were cancelled at Singapore Changi Airport October 29, 2011. Australia's Qantas Airways grounded its entire fleet on Saturday over a bitter labour dispute in an unprecedented move that prompted the government to warn it feared for the airline's future and would seek action to end the dispute. Qantas said it would lock out all employees from Monday night in a dispute affecting 70,000 passengers and 600 flights on one of the country's biggest travel weekends. The grounding does not affect Qantas' budget airline Jetstar. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
JAL-QANTAS/
RTR2PZJV
August 16, 2011
Japan Airlines President Masaru Onishi prepares for his speech during a joint news conference with Jetstar...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan Airlines President Onishi prepares for his speech during a joint news conference with Jetstar Group...
Japan Airlines President Masaru Onishi prepares for his speech during a joint news conference with Jetstar Group and Mitsubishi Corp. in Tokyo August 16, 2011. Qantas low-cost subsidiary Jetstar will launch Japanese budget carrier Jetstar Japan jointly with Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi Corp. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
JAL-QANTAS/
RTR2PZJP
August 16, 2011
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Bruce Buchanan (R) and Japan Airlines President Masaru Onishi are pictured...
Tokyo, Japan
Jetstar Group CEO Buchanan and Japan Airlines President Onishi are pictured during their joint news conference...
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Bruce Buchanan (R) and Japan Airlines President Masaru Onishi are pictured during their joint news conference with Mitsubishi Corp. in Tokyo August 16, 2011. Qantas low-cost subsidiary Jetstar will launch Japanese budget carrier Jetstar Japan jointly with Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi Corp. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
JAL-QANTAS/
RTR2PZJM
August 16, 2011
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Bruce Buchanan (C) is surrounded by members of the media after a joint...
Tokyo, Japan
Jetstar Group CEO Buchanan is surrounded by members of the media after a joint news conference with Japan...
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Bruce Buchanan (C) is surrounded by members of the media after a joint news conference with Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi Corp. in Tokyo August 16, 2011. Qantas low-cost subsidiary Jetstar will launch Japanese budget carrier Jetstar Japan jointly with Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi Corp. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
JAL-QANTAS/
RTR2PZJK
August 16, 2011
Japan Airlines President Masaru Onishi takes his seat after his speech during a joint news conference...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan Airlines President Onishi takes his seat after his speech during a joint news conference with Jetstar...
Japan Airlines President Masaru Onishi takes his seat after his speech during a joint news conference with Jetstar Group and Mitsubishi Corp. in Tokyo August 16, 2011. Qantas low-cost subsidiary Jetstar will launch Japanese budget carrier Jetstar Japan jointly with Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi Corp. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
JAL-QANTAS/
RTR2PZJH
August 16, 2011
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Bruce Buchanan (C) poses with Japan Airlines President Masaru Onishi (L)...
Tokyo, Japan
Jetstar Group CEO Buchanan poses with Japan Airlines President Onishi and Mitsubishi Corp. Industrial...
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Bruce Buchanan (C) poses with Japan Airlines President Masaru Onishi (L) and Mitsubishi Corp. Industrial Finance, Logistics and Development Group Chief Executive Hideshi Takeuchi during their joint news conference in Tokyo August 16, 2011. Qantas low-cost subsidiary Jetstar will launch Japanese budget carrier Jetstar Japan jointly with Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi Corp. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
JAL-QANTAS/
RTR2PZJG
August 16, 2011
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Bruce Buchanan (C) poses with Japan Airlines President Masaru Onishi (L)...
Tokyo, Japan
Jetstar Group CEO Buchanan poses with Japan Airlines President Onishi and Mitsubishi Corp. Industrial...
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Bruce Buchanan (C) poses with Japan Airlines President Masaru Onishi (L) and Mitsubishi Corp. Industrial Finance, Logistics and Development Group Chief Executive Hideshi Takeuchi during their joint news conference in Tokyo August 16, 2011. Qantas low-cost subsidiary Jetstar will launch Japanese budget carrier Jetstar Japan jointly with Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi Corp. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
JAL-QANTAS/
RTR2PZJF
August 16, 2011
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Bruce Buchanan takes his seat after his speech during a joint news conference...
Tokyo, Japan
Jetstar Group CEO Buchanan takes his seat after his speech during a joint news conference with Japan...
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Bruce Buchanan takes his seat after his speech during a joint news conference with Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi Corp. in Tokyo August 16, 2011. Qantas low-cost subsidiary Jetstar will launch Japanese budget carrier Jetstar Japan jointly with Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi Corp. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2BVUS
March 21, 2010
A worker walks past a Jetstar sign at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is...
Melbourne, Australia
A worker walks past a Jetstar sign at Avalon Airport near Melbourne
A worker walks past a Jetstar sign at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines Limited, it is a low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne, servicing domestic and international routes. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2BVUQ
March 21, 2010
A Jetstar boarding pass is seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a...
Melbourne, Australia
A Jetstar boarding pass is seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne
A Jetstar boarding pass is seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines Limited, it is a low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne, servicing domestic and international routes. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2BVUL
March 21, 2010
A passenger boards a Jetstar airplane, AIRBUS A320, from the rear stairs at Avalon Airport near Melbourne...
Melbourne, Australia
A passenger boards a Jetstar airplane from the rear stairs at Avalon Airport near Melbourne
A passenger boards a Jetstar airplane, AIRBUS A320, from the rear stairs at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines Limited, it is a low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne, servicing domestic and international routes. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2BVUC
March 21, 2010
An airport worker is seen with a Jetstar airplane, Airbus A320, at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March...
Melbourne, Australia
An airport worker is seen with a Jetstar airplane at Avalon Airport near Melbourne
An airport worker is seen with a Jetstar airplane, Airbus A320, at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines Limited, it is a low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne, servicing domestic and international routes. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2BVTT
March 21, 2010
A Jetstar flag and sign are seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is...
Melbourne, Australia
A Jetstar flag and sign are seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne
A Jetstar flag and sign are seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines Limited, it is a low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne, servicing domestic and international routes. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2BVTR
March 21, 2010
A passenger walks past a Jetstar sign at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways,...
Melbourne, Australia
A passenger walks past a Jetstar sign at Avalon Airport near Melbourne
A passenger walks past a Jetstar sign at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways, a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines Limited, is a low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne, servicing domestic and international routes.
REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2BVTQ
March 21, 2010
A Jetstar sign are seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary...
Melbourne, Australia
A Jetstar sign is seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne
A Jetstar sign are seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines Limited, it is a low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne, servicing domestic and international routes. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2BVTO
March 21, 2010
A Jetstar sign are seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary...
Melbourne, Australia
A Jetstar sign is seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne
A Jetstar sign are seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines Limited, it is a low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne, servicing domestic and international routes. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2BVTK
March 21, 2010
A Jetstar sign are seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary...
Melbourne, Australia
A Jetstar sign is seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne
A Jetstar sign are seen at Avalon Airport near Melbourne March 19, 2010. Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines Limited, it is a low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne, servicing domestic and international routes. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR29VQ2
February 06, 2010
A member of Jetstar's ground staff closes a panel on a passenger plane as it prepares to taxi to the...
Melbourne, Australia
Jetstar ground staff closes a panel on a passenger plane as it prepares to taxi to the runway at Melbourne...
A member of Jetstar's ground staff closes a panel on a passenger plane as it prepares to taxi to the runway at Melbourne airport February 1, 2010. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT)
QANTAS/
RTR28KIO
January 06, 2010
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes answers a question during a news conference in central Sydney January 6,...
Sydney, Australia
Air Asia CEO Fernandes answers a question during a news conference in central Sydney
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes answers a question during a news conference in central Sydney January 6, 2010. Jetstar, the budget airline owned by Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd, and Malaysia's AirAsia will form a non-equity alliance to cut costs, a sign that even budget airlines were feeling the burden of the aviation industry downturn. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
QANTAS/
RTR28KFE
January 06, 2010
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce smiles during a news conference in central Sydney January 6, 2010. Jetstar, the...
Sydney, Australia
Qantas CEO Joyce smiles during a news conference in central Sydney
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce smiles during a news conference in central Sydney January 6, 2010. Jetstar, the budget airline owned by Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd, and Malaysia's AirAsia will form a non-equity alliance to cut costs, a sign that even budget airlines were feeling the burden of the aviation industry downturn. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
QANTAS/
RTR28KEZ
January 06, 2010
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes (L) shakes hands with Jetstar CEO Bruce Buchanan (R) as Qantas CEO Alan Joyce...
Sydney, Australia
Air Asia CEO Fernandes shakes hands with Jetstar CEO Buchanan after a news conference in central Sydney...
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes (L) shakes hands with Jetstar CEO Bruce Buchanan (R) as Qantas CEO Alan Joyce watches after a news conference in central Sydney January 6, 2010. Jetstar, the budget airline owned by Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd, and Malaysia's AirAsia will form a non-equity alliance to cut costs, a sign that even budget airlines were feeling the burden of the aviation industry downturn. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
QANTAS/
RTR28KEU
January 06, 2010
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes smiles during a news conference in central Sydney January 6, 2010. Jetstar,...
Sydney, Australia
Air Asia CEO Fernandes smiles during a news conference in central Sydney
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes smiles during a news conference in central Sydney January 6, 2010. Jetstar, the budget airline owned by Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd, and Malaysia's AirAsia will form a non-equity alliance to cut costs, a sign that even budget airlines were feeling the burden of the aviation industry downturn. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT HEADSHOT)
QANTAS/
RTR28KE8
January 06, 2010
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes (C), Qantas CEO Alan Joyce (R) and Jetstar CEO Bruce Buchanan pose for pictures...
Sydney, Australia
Air Asia CEO Fernandes, Qantas CEO Joyce and Jetstar CEO Buchanan pose for pictures after a news conference...
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes (C), Qantas CEO Alan Joyce (R) and Jetstar CEO Bruce Buchanan pose for pictures after a news conference in central Sydney January 6, 2010. Jetstar, the budget airline owned by Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd, and Malaysia's AirAsia will form a non-equity alliance to cut costs, a sign that even budget airlines were feeling the burden of the aviation industry downturn. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
QANTAS/
RTR28KDV
January 06, 2010
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes (L) and Qantas CEO Alan Joyce embrace each other after a news conference...
Sydney, Australia
Air Asia CEO Fernandes and Qantas CEO Joyce embrace each other after a news conference in central Sydney...
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes (L) and Qantas CEO Alan Joyce embrace each other after a news conference in central Sydney January 6, 2010. Jetstar, the budget airline owned by Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd, and Malaysia's AirAsia will form a non-equity alliance to cut costs, a sign that even budget airlines were feeling the burden of the aviation industry downturn. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
QANTAS/
RTR28KDS
January 06, 2010
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes (L) and Qantas CEO Alan Joyce shake hands after a news conference in central...
Sydney, Australia
Air Asia CEO Fernandes and Qantas CEO Joyce shake hands after a news conference in central Sydney
Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes (L) and Qantas CEO Alan Joyce shake hands after a news conference in central Sydney January 6, 2010. Jetstar, the budget airline owned by Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd, and Malaysia's AirAsia will form a non-equity alliance to cut costs, a sign that even budget airlines were feeling the burden of the aviation industry downturn. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
QANTAS/AIRASIA
RTXRYPN
December 18, 2009
A Jetstar passenger plane flies over an ice-cream van near Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport December 18,...
Melbourne, Australia
A Jetstar passenger plane flies over an ice-cream van near Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport
A Jetstar passenger plane flies over an ice-cream van near Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport December 18, 2009. Two of Asia's major low-cost airlines, Malaysia's AirAsia and Qantas Airways-owned Jetstar, are in talks to form a joint venture, in a sign budget carriers are under pressure to drive costs even lower. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
QANTAS/AIRASIA
RTXRYPL
December 18, 2009
A Jetstar passenger plane is seen on the tarmac at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport December 18, 2009....
Melbourne, Australia
A Jetstar passenger plane is seen on the tarmac at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport
A Jetstar passenger plane is seen on the tarmac at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport December 18, 2009. Two of Asia's major low-cost airlines, Malaysia's AirAsia and Qantas Airways-owned Jetstar, are in talks to form a joint venture, in a sign budget carriers are under pressure to drive costs even lower. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
QANTAS/AIRASIA
RTXRYPK
December 18, 2009
A passenger in a wheelchair is pushed at the Jetstar terminal at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport December...
Melbourne, Australia
A passenger in a wheelchair is pushed at the Jetstar terminal at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport
A passenger in a wheelchair is pushed at the Jetstar terminal at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport December 18, 2009. Two of Asia's major low-cost airlines, Malaysia's AirAsia and Qantas Airways-owned Jetstar, are in talks to form a joint venture, in a sign budget carriers are under pressure to drive costs even lower. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
QANTAS/AIRASIA
RTXRYPI
December 18, 2009
Qantas (L) and Jetstar passenger planes are seen on the tarmac at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport December...
Melbourne, Australia
Qantas and Jestar passenger planes are seen on the tarmac at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport
Qantas (L) and Jetstar passenger planes are seen on the tarmac at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport December 18, 2009. Two of Asia's major low-cost airlines, Malaysia's AirAsia and Qantas Airways-owned Jetstar, are in talks to form a joint venture, in a sign budget carriers are under pressure to drive costs even lower. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
SINGAPOREAIR/
RTXBFVY
February 10, 2009
People look at a Jetstar aircraft from a viewing gallery at Singapore's Changi Airport February 10, 2009....
Singapore, Singapore
People look at a Jetstar aircraft from a viewing gallery at Singapore's Changi Airport
People look at a Jetstar aircraft from a viewing gallery at Singapore's Changi Airport February 10, 2009. The low cost airlines world conference will be held in Singapore on Wednesday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS/
RTXXL75
August 17, 2006
A ground staff member prepares a Jetstar Airbus A320 passenger aircraft for departure at Sydney airport...
Sydney, Australia
Ground staff member prepares a Jetstar passenger plane for departure at Sydney airport
A ground staff member prepares a Jetstar Airbus A320 passenger aircraft for departure at Sydney airport August 17, 2006. Qantas Airways Ltd. said on Thursday annual profit fell 30 percent on higher fuel and redundancy costs and said it planned to slash more jobs, including more than 1,000 management and support staff.Australia's biggest airline, which also owns the discount carrier Jetstar, said high fuel prices would continue to have a severe impact and it expected flat earnings this year. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS) BEST QULAITY AVAILABLE
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR1GFYC
August 17, 2006
A ground staff member prepares a Jetstar Airbus A320 passenger aircraft for departure at Sydney airport...
Sydney, Australia
Ground staff member prepares a Jetstar passenger plane for departure at Sydney airport
A ground staff member prepares a Jetstar Airbus A320 passenger aircraft for departure at Sydney airport August 17, 2006. Qantas Airways Ltd. said on Thursday annual profit fell 30 percent on higher fuel and redundancy costs and said it planned to slash more jobs, including more than 1,000 management and support staff.
Australia's biggest airline, which also owns the discount carrier Jetstar, said high fuel prices would continue to have a severe impact and it expected flat earnings this year. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE SEE: GM1E7280V2F01
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 JETSTAR
RTRKA6V
May 25, 2004
Chief Executive Officer of Jetstar Alan Joyce (L) laughs as actress and comedian Magda Szubanski, posing...
Melbourne, Australia
JETSTAR CEO ALAN JOYCE IS HUGGED BY COMEDIAN MAGDA SZUBANSKI DURING LAUNCH OF THE AIRLINE IN MELBOURNE....
Chief Executive Officer of Jetstar Alan Joyce (L) laughs as actress and comedian Magda Szubanski, posing as "Julie the Jetstar Lady", hugs him during the launch of the discount airline, Qantas Airways Ltd's new low-cost domestic venture, in Melbourne May 25, 2004. Jetstar 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 JETSTAR
RTRKA6P
May 25, 2004
Chief Executive Officer of Jetstar Alan Joyce speaks to the media at the launch of the discount airline,...
Melbourne, Australia
JETSTAR CEO ALAN JOYCE SPEAKS AT THE AIRLINE'S LAUNCH IN MELBOURNE.
Chief Executive Officer of Jetstar Alan Joyce speaks to the media at the launch of the discount airline, Qantas Airways Ltd's new low-cost domestic venture, in Melbourne May 25, 2004. Jetstar 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 ($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 VIRGIN
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April 23, 2004
A fisherman stands near Sydney airport's runway as a Virgin Blue plane takes off April 23, 2004. Richard...
Sydney, Australia
A VIRGIN BLUE PLANE TAKES OFF AS A MAN FISHES NEAR RUNWAY IN SYDNEY.
A fisherman stands near Sydney airport's runway as a Virgin Blue plane takes off April 23, 2004. Richard Branson's budget Australian airline says it can outlast any threat from rival Qantas Airways Ltd's domestic start-up Jetstar and expects to boost market share. The airline has snagged a third of the domestic market from incumbant Qantas in four years, and said it did not expect Jetstar to chip away at its 33 percent domestic market share when the rival takes to the skies in May. REUTERS/David Gray DG/CP
AUSTRALIA
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February 26, 2004
A Qantas and Virgin-Blue plane pass each other on the tarmac of Sydney Airport February 26, 2004. Members...
Sydney, Australia
QANTAS AND VIRGIN-BLUE PLANES PASS EACH OTHER AT SYDNEY AIRPORT.
A Qantas and Virgin-Blue plane pass each other on the tarmac of Sydney Airport February 26, 2004. Members of the public are being faced with internet booking delays with Qantas Airlines new discount-airline Jetstar. With three million people now reported to have visited their website site on Thursday trying to buy discount tickets, the company says its website is "highly stretched", although it has managed to sell 30,000 of the 100,000 tickets on offer at $29 ($20). Cut-price competitor Virgin Blue sold 60,000 seats overnight from the 200,000 it put on offer at $29 on Wednesday in response to Jetstar's debut offer. REUTERS/David Gray DG/CP
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
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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

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AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
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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

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AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
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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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