QANTAS

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QANTAS

(ˈkwɒntəs)
n
(Aeronautics) the Australian national airline
[acronym of Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services, its original name: founded 1920]
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Minister Ferreyros revealed that during his stay in Australia he met with executives of Qantas Airlines Limited.
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To celebrate its launch, and in conjunction with Qantas Airlines, Pie Face is offering a diner the chance to win two tickets to Australia on Australia Day, January 26.
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This year Qantas Airlines commenced an alliance with leading airline Emirates, connecting travelers from the South Pacific to the jewel city in the Emirates crown.
Few months ago, we had inaugurated a five-year alliance between Emirates and Qantas airlines.
Australia's pilots' union is furious that the woman, who works for Qantas Airlines ground crew, was able to sit with the crew on both the flight to Sydney and the return journey to Dubai.
The impact of the airline on Dubai's tourism sector has been widely recognised, and is set to get a further boost with the airline's recent agreement with Australia's Qantas Airlines.
The announcement comes just days after the official tie-up between Emirates and Qantas airlines, which is expected to signal greater air traffic movement through Dubai.
For Tourism Australia, the new deal would provide much needed funding that was becoming scarce following the withdrawal of Qantas Airlines.