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    Qantas House History

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    Qantas House is one of an iconic building of Post-War International Style in Sydney. This masterpiece was designed in 1950, and completed in 1957, by an architect called Felix Tavener of Rudder Littlemore & Rudder, Architects. According to NSW Environment & Heritage, Qantas House is a representative building of the latest technology and urbanised design in Sydney which also showed the ‘moderate’ transitional aspects of 1930s European modernism. It is also a main defining urban space of Chifley Square2. This building is located at the conjunction of 68-96 Hunter Street in Sydney and Phillip Street, and Elizabeth Street (as shown in Figure 1). It is historically significant as the first headquarter of Qantas Airway, at the time Australia’s only,…

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    Qantas Case Study Essay

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    CACQ Qantas is the world’s second oldest airline, and this is due to the four hubs located in Sydney, 2 Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Qantas does use other hubs with Jet Transport Express, Jetstar, and their domestic Australian joint ventures. In 2014, Sydney was ranked number one with the worst congestion and service for passenger experience (AFR, 2014). The Australian Consumer Commission stated that the country needs to invest more money to resolve the ongoing issue with…

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    Management Strategy at Qantas Airlines Qantas Airlines was started in 1919 by two former Australian Corps Officers, Paul McGinness and W. Hudson Fysh with two aircraft that they had obtained from Mascot Aerodrome in Sydney. The two officers were inspired by the assignment they had been given by the Australian Defense Department to survey an air race from Longreach in Queensland to Katherine in the Northern Territory (Guthrie, 2013). The duo used a Model-T Ford to travel through the stretch of…

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    cost a little more than a nice shirt; like a lot more. Australians basically have four choices of airlines. Two are budget and two are full-service carriers. Each type has its benefits and pitfalls, depending on the circumstance and what you, the passenger, are looking for. A quick weekend trip away or that catch up with family over the holidays where all you need is a couple items that can fit in a carry-on bag may be a perfect fit for a budget friendly, low-cost carrier. Sometimes, though,…

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    Since establishing in the outback in 1920, Qantas Airlines have played a part in helping and improving Australian communities, and realises that the growth of the airline industry in recent decades causes fears about the effects of carbon emissions and pollution. Hence why Qantas has developed strategies to constantly report their environmental footprint and reduce the impact that their business splays on the environment. In 2009, Qantas Australian Airlines announced their support for…

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    Virgin Australia Swot

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    The 2015 financial year delivered a statutory net loss after tax of $93.8 million for VAH, a significant improvement from the 2014 financial year’s net loss of $355.6 million. This progression is believed to have been driven by a substantial performance in revenue growth and a disciplined execution of the group’s cost reduction program, including the full acquisition of Tiger Air Australia, enabling the further development of economies of scale for both carriers (Virgin Australia Group,…

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    Qantas Case

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    some leased from manufacturers. In the financial year 2013/2014, Qantas “purchased 17 aircraft and leased six aircraft” (Qantas Airways Limited 2014). They have sole ownership of acquired aircraft and engines and therefore depreciate over the aircraft’s useful life (AASB 116 paragraph 6). Qantas’ depreciation policy for leased aircraft differs depending on classification as an operating or finance lease. For an operating lease, the figures are charged directly to the income statement as a…

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    Lansbury’s article, “Flying high and low? Strategic choice and employment relations in Qantas and Jetstar.” Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources (2013) 51, pp.437–453. Examining Sarina and Lansbury’s (2013) article on the two airline Qantas and Jetstar, it is seen that the conducted study concerns the strategic choices that the airlines adopted in relation to the changing factors that affected the aviation industry. This research aims to explore and unfold the different changes in…

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    Qantas Airline is one of the main competitors which supply the premium class of air travelling opportunities and apart from these low cost services are being offered to its clients. Aside from these, the other significant contending straightforwardly with Virgin Australia incorporate United Continental Holdings Ltd, Singapore Airlines Ltd and so on. Ever since the Virgin Australia works on the minimal effort plan of action, the carriers that are working on this model over the globe likewise…

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    Swot Analysis Of Qantas

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    1.Statutory profit and total comprehensive income The Qantas report (2015) released that $3M NCI contributes to the total statutory profit for the year. It represents that around 0.5% profits are attributed to the NCI. And there is no NCI contribution during year 2014. Therefore, most of the profit are generated by Qantas and the NCI portion of the group is not material to the groups’ revenue performance. In Qantas consolidation statement of comprehensive income (2015), NCI only contributes to…

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