Top News on Jetstar Japan

  • Qantas slashes 5,000 jobs as it posts A$252m H1 loss

    Qantas has announced that it will slash 5,000 jobs, defer aircraft deliveries and slow the growth of its Jetstar businesses in Asia after revealing a A$252 million ($226 million) underlying loss before tax for the first half of the 2014 financial year.

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  • ROUTES: Guide to airline start-ups and groundings in 2012

    High-profile airline groundings may have dominated much of the news this year, but there are a number of new kids on...

  • Qantas, China Eastern Airlines to set up Jetstar Hong Kong

    Qantas will set up a new low-cost carrier (LCC) in Hong Kong through a joint venture with China Eastern Airlines. The...

  • Qantas confirms deal for 110 A320s

    Qantas Airways has finalised a contract for 110 Airbus A320 aircraft, including 78 A320neo. The aircraft will be...

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  • ANALYSIS: Peach dominates Kansai with low-cost model

    News | 19 Jun 2014 04:04 | Mavis Toh

    ​Just over two years after launching its first flight, Japanese low-cost carrier Peach Aviation has grown to be the largest operator out of Osaka’s Kansai International Airport.
  • Spring Airlines Japan delays launch by one month

    News | 09 Jun 2014 05:36 | Firdaus Hashim

    ​Spring Airlines Japan has delayed its planned launched date to 1 August, instead of the intended 27 June.
  • AWAS closes portfolio financing with syndicate of banks

    News | 03 Jun 2014 13:23 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Operating lessor AWAS says it has financed its recent 10-aircraft portfolio acquisition from GECAS with three international banks.
  • IATA: Vanilla and Peach yet to receive pilots from ANA

    News | 03 Jun 2014 11:02 | Ellis Taylor

    ​All Nippon Airways has not seconded pilots to its low-cost affiliates Vanilla Air and Peach Aviation, which are struggling with an acute pilot shortage.
  • IATA: JAL sees Japanese LCCs ultimately successful

    News | 02 Jun 2014 07:44 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Japan Airlines’ chairman Masaru Onishi says that low-cost carriers will ultimately be very successful in Japan despite the early growing pains they have faced.
  • AWAS acquires narrowbody portfolio from GECAS

    News | 29 May 2014 13:07 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Operating lessor AWAS has completed the acquisition of a 10-aircraft portfolio from GECAS.