Singapore Airlines to introduce Canberra service

Singapore Airlines confirmed today that it will start direct international flights between Singapore, Canberra and Wellington four times a week from September 21 on Boeing 777-200 aircraft.

After the boom

How will regional airlines fare now that the resources boom is over?

China Southern steps up Oceania push

China Southern is adding Christchurch as a regular route.

Airline scene looking up

Tough times but outlook improving

Qantas: Reality and the lessons of history

Qantas has always attracted comment, but never more so than recently.

Qantas desperation on UK route revealed by stats

Qantas has slashed its flights to the UK causing passenger volume to fall by 30.2 per cent.

NZ operators hone rules for passenger safety

New Zealand’s operators face increased compliance costs to improve safety.

Qantas pursues 'smarter flying' with University of Sydney

Qantas and the University of Sydney are developing a flight planning system for optimised routes.

Air Pacific morphs for survival

Air Pacific’s financial accounts suggest the struggling carrier got a bargain when it bought three new A330s.

Air Pacific: new vision, fresh challenges

David Pflieger has breathed new life into Fiji’s flag carrier since he arrived from the States. Here he talks about the achievements so far and the strategy for the future.

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