Podcast: Should Qantas be ‘muscling out’ smaller airlines?

written by Robyn Tongol | November 11, 2020
Qantas Boeing 767 VH-OGM on the ground at Canberra Airport. (Paul Sadler)q
Qantas Boeing 767 VH-OGM on the ground at Canberra Airport. (Paul Sadler)

This week, we reported how Qantas is set to launch two new flights from Canberra, just weeks after smaller airlines took the gamble to service the more unusual routes.

In this episode of the Australian Aviation Podcast, host Phil Tarrant and guest Adam Thorn discuss if Qantas’ move is bad ethics given the pandemic, or just a larger competitor rightly taking advantage of a free market?

Plus, with an Australia-purchased vaccine looking close to completion, what does the future hold for international border closures? Will the country open up early, or later, next year?

Finally, the team discusses Rex’s purchase of an ex-Virgin 737. Is the fight for the Golden Triangle now on?

Enjoy the podcast,

The Australian Aviation team.

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Podcast: Should Qantas be ‘muscling out’ smaller airlines? Comment

  • Gary

    says:

    Should Link Airways be trying to muscle out smaller airlines like Pelican also?

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