Macquarie flies high with $1.83bn airport deal

Heathrow's biggest shareholder and Macquarie are set to seize control of Glasgow, Aberdeen and Southampton airports.

Air France fate at stake: Govt

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French govt says crippling pilots' strike could destroy the national carrier.

Qantas dreams of a dwindling dollar

A US80 cent Aussie would significantly reduce Australia’s attraction to the airline’s international competitors, while boosting Qantas’ international revenues.

Qantas foreign ownership nears 45%

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Unnamed foreign investor snaps up 1% of national carrier, foreign ownership hits 44.7%.

Qantas International mixes and matches to meet demand

Hickey says international unit becoming more nimble as it moves to boost aircraft utilisation.

Qantas wants Aust dollar at US80c

Airline says negative impact on fuel costs will be outweighed by foreign rivals' behaviour.

Air France strike sparks travel chaos

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Pilots walk out over airline's plans for low-cost subsidiary.

Vietnam Airlines to partially privatise

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Around 25 per cent of the national carrier will be sold in an IPO.

Flight MH17 hit by high-energy objects: Dutch report

Investigators say impact caused plane to break apart mid-flight.

Virgin eyes $7b corporate travel market

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Airline aims to win 30% of corporate travel accounts by 2017, a market currently dominated by Qantas.

Alan Joyce's remuneration falls 40% in 2014

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Qantas chief takes 5 per cent salary cut, no bonuses as airline struggles.

Flight Centre reshuffles its board

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Gary Smith appointed chairman as Peter Morahan departs after seven years.

Is Alan Joyce the right leader to turn Qantas around?

Alan Joyce's leadership of Qantas has received plenty of criticism in the past, but his articulation of a clear strategy suggests he may be a good bet for the airline.

Are internal start-ups cannibals or category killers?

Internal start-ups are being used increasingly by large corporations to test new ideas and strategies, but their success can be a double-edged sword for parent companies.

Malaysia Airlines to cut 6000 jobs

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Company overhaul will reduce staff by one-third after dual airline tragedies.

Three reasons why Qantas and Virgin may not be doomed after all

They protected their places on the tarmac with a capacity war, but now Virgin Australia and Qantas are pinning their future on customer loyalty.

Picks of the week

In this week's essential reading guide, Kohler assesses our addiction to dividends, Bartholomeusz reflects on Qantas' massive loss, and Gottliebsen talks about how CEOs can learn from a new young player.

Malaysia Airlines suspends shares

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Struggling airline set to make announcement about restructuring plan.

The capacity war has Virgin caught in a tailspin

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Chief executive John Borghetti has turned Virgin Australia into a viable alternative to Qantas, but its increasing cost base and big international losses will be unsustainable in the long term.

Virgin widens full-year loss to $355.6m

Airline to sell 35% stake in frequent flyer program, declines to pay final dividend.