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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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Singapore Airlines and Qantas Airways said on Friday they discovered cracks on the wing ribs of their Airbus A380s, but said the cracks pose no threat to safety and repairs have been carried out.
Qantas Airways will be adding KomyMirror to the Interior of its three new Boeing 737 Sky aircraft.
Qantas Airways, Airbus The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) is investigating a second incident involving the engine oil quantity on a Qantas Airways Airbus A380, which had one of its engines reduced to idle thrust on a flight on 24 February.
There were no injuries during the emergency landing, Qantas Airways spokesman said, and the plane was able to pull up to the jetway at the terminal so passengers could deplane.
In addition United Airlines won the category for Best Inflight Magazine, the Best Inflight Entertainment Guide went to Qantas Airways Limited and the award for Best Inflight Audio Entertainment went to Northwest Airlines.
As a market leader in A380 Integrated Component Care, the company is a trusted and proven supplier to world-renowned, leading airlines such as Lufthansa, Qantas Airways, Air France, and Malaysia Airlines.
Qantas Airways, Airbus Qantas A380s still weeks away from flying.
Povey's lawyer argued in Australia's highest court that both Qantas Airways, with whom he flew to London, and British Airways, with whom he flew back, failed to inform passengers about the dangers of DVT despite knowing about it, reports The Associated Press.
In the first half of the 2014 fiscal year, Qantas Airways accounted a net loss of $235 million.
A Qantas Airways aircraft bound for Shanghai had to return to Sydney airport today after the aircraft's landing gear failed to retract fully after take-off.
A 47-year-old man was arrested by police on board a Qantas Airways aircraft in Melbourne, Australia after he was overheard making comments about a bomb.