SYDNEY, 21 February 2002

Qantas Results for the Half-Year Ended 31 December 2001
HIGHLIGHTS

SYDNEY, 20 February 2002

Qantas Seeks Australian Designer For New Uniforms
Qantas has called for expressions of interest from some of Australia's leading designers as a first step to providing a new look for its domestic and international Cabin Crew and ground staff.

AUCKLAND, 19 February 2002

Qantas Extends NZ Codeshare Services
Qantas today announced the extension of codeshare services between the New Zealand cities of Dunedin and Christchurch from 18 March and Hamilton and Wellington from 8 April.

Newcastle, 19 February 2002

QantasLink Takes To The Field WIth Newcastle Knights
QantasLink today announced its status as Official Airline and naming rights sponsor of the Newcastle Knights rugby league team for season 2002.

SYDNEY, 17 February 2002

Hold The Phone - Qantas CityFlyer Takes Off For Brisbane
The first Qantas Brisbane CityFlyer service takes off tomorrow along with a mobile phone initiative that is a first for Australia.

SYDNEY, 14 February 2002

Qantas Announces $50 Million Lounge Upgrade
Qantas today announced it would invest $50 million over the next 12 months in its biggest ever airport lounge development program.

SYDNEY, 14 February 2002

New Aboriginal Design Aircraft For Domestic Skies
Yananyi Dreaming, a new Boeing 737-800, will be the first aircraft with Aboriginal design dedicated to domestic skies.

SYDNEY, 14 February 2002

Qantas Launches 737-800 Fleet With Aboriginal Welcome
Qantas today officially launched its fleet of 15 new Qantas Boeing 737-800s by unveiling one of the aircraft painted in a spectacular Aboriginal collaborative design by Sydney's Balarinji Studio and Uluru indigenous artist Rene Kulitja.

Sydney, 06 February 2002

Qantas Withdraws Services To India
Qantas Airways announced today that it would withdraw all services to India from 31 March 2002 and also defer the delivery of three Airbus A330 aircraft.

Sydney, 06 February 2002

Qantas Expands Codeshare Services to Phoenix, Oakland and Zurich
Qantas has extended services to two United States destinations through an expansion of its codeshare agreement with American Airlines.

Sydney, 05 February 2002

Qantas Launches E-Business Initiative
Qantas has launched an e-Business initiative designed to transform the way the airline conducts its business by reducing complexity and increasing productivity and efficiency.

Sydney, 05 February 2002

First Qantas Boeing 737-800 Enters Service
Qantas opened a new chapter in its history this morning when the first of the airline's New Generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft entered commercial service, operating as QF501 from Brisbane to Sydney.

Sydney, 04 February 2002

Qantas Welcomes Federal Court Adjournment
Qantas has welcomed today's decision by the Federal Court to defer until Thursday the hearing of a claim by the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union and the Australian Workers Union for an injunction against the airline.

PERTH, 03 February 2002

737s Take Off For Karratha, Broome and Kalgoorlie
The first of two Qantas 737s dedicated to regional Western Australia takes off for Karratha tomorrow.

Sydney, 01 February 2002

Qantas Opens Snap Fresh Facility in Brisbane
Qantas Chairman Margaret Jackson and Queensland Premier Peter Beattie today opened Australia's first centralised meal production facility for the airline industry - Snap Fresh.

Sydney, 01 February 2002

Qantas Seeks Resolution to Industrial Dispute
Qantas said today that it expected negotiations would resume next Wednesday on an Enterprise Bargaining Agreement with the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union and the Australian Workers Union.