Jetstar says it plans to end regional turboprop services in New Zealand at the end of November due to ongoing losses and weak market conditions.
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The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has released its final report into a 2017 incident when a Jetstar Airbus A320 was returned to service with one engine’s thrust reverser deactivated because a pin was not removed during overnight maintenance.
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Qantas has added 36 extra long range A321XLR to the airline group’s Airbus A320neo family of aircraft order book to be delivered from 2024.
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Qantas has reported a 2.3 per cent improvement in revenues in the third quarter of 2018/19 amid mixed domestic market demand and flat capacity growth among its international competitors on long-haul routes.
This story from the Australian Aviation archives is from May 2014, when Gerard Frawley spoke to then Jetstar group chief executive Jayne Hrdlicka as the Qantas-owned low-cost carrier (LCC) celebrated 10 years since its first flight.