Tag: Transportation/Logistics
7 months ago
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DP World Says Operations Resume at Four Australian Ports After Cyberattack

Dubai-based DP World shut down its terminals in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Fremantle after detecting suspicious ...

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8 months ago
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Delta Sustainability Chief Discusses Cutting Airline’s Footprint and Shift Away From Offsets

Amelia DeLuca says the ‘anti-ESG rhetoric doesn’t really make a lot of sense’ for Delta

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8 months ago
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Qantas Sold Tickets for Canceled Flights Due to System Failings

Qantas is facing legal action over the issue following allegations by Australia’s consumer watchdog

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8 months ago
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Qantas to Increase Fares Due to Higher Fuel Costs

Qantas said it will increase fares by an average of 3.5%

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8 months ago
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Qantas Scraps Attempted Takeover of Australian Charter Operator

Decison follows opposition from Australia’s competition regulator

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8 months ago
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Qantas’s Management Churn Continues as Loyalty Chief Quits

This month, Chairman Richard Goyder and other board members they would step down

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9 months ago
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Qantas Loses Appeal Over Worker Outsourcing

Qantas said it acknowledged and accepted the High Court’s decision

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10 months ago
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Qantas CEO Quits After Airline Allegedly Sold Tickets for Canceled Flights

Alan Joyce is stepping down sooner than expected as Australia’s biggest airline navigates a public-relations crisis

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10 months ago
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce to Step Down Two Months Early

Joyce’s successor, Vanessa Hudson, will assume the chief executive role on Sept. 6.

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10 months ago
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Qantas Accused by Regulator of Selling Tickets for Cancelled Flights

Qantas Airways faces legal action by Australia’s competition regulator over allegations that the carrier sold thousan...

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10 months ago
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Qantas Launches Buyback After Swinging to Annual Profit

Qantas Airways launched a fresh share buyback of $324 million after swinging back to annual profit for the first time...

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10 months ago
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Ukraine Hatches Plan to Reopen Black Sea Grain Route, Defying Russian Blockade

Russia launched a wave of drone strikes on Ukraine’s grain storage and port infrastructure early on Wednesday. The po...

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10 months ago
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A U.S. Ally Promised to Send Aid to Sudan. It Sent Weapons Instead.

U.A.E. arms shipments are fueling a war that has killed more than 3,900 people and run counter to Biden administratio...

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12 months ago
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U.S. Faces Pressure to Ease Rules for Sharing Military Technology With Allies

​Some lawmakers, defense firms warn the Cold War-era regulations stifle collaboration and need to change

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about 1 year ago
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The Chinese Tourism Tsunami Is Late

Half a year after China’s reopening, most tourism spending remains trapped at home

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about 1 year ago
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Qantas Expects Large Underlying Profit as Air Travel Recovers

Australia’s biggest airline, Qantas, expects a large underlying profit for the 2023 fiscal year and is increasing a s...

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about 1 year ago
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Qantas Says Next CEO Will Be Vanessa Hudson

A new CFO to be named in months ahead, Qantas said

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about 1 year ago
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Qantas’s Acquisition of Regional Rival Opposed by Competition Watchdog

Australia’s competition watchdog will oppose Qantas Airways’ proposed acquisition of regional carrier Alliance Aviati...

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine Asks Turkey to Seize Ship It Alleges Is Carrying Stolen Grain

A U.A.E.-owned ship carrying 19,000 tons of what Ukrainian prosecutors say is stolen grain docked in Turkey on Monday

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over 1 year ago
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Cyclone Gabrielle Threatens More Torrential Rain in Flood-Hit New Zealand

Strong winds prompt flight cancellations, bring down power lines in Auckland

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over 1 year ago
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Heavy Rain in New Zealand’s Biggest City Leads to State of Emergency

Auckland’s airport restarts some services after record rainfall forced its closure, stranding thousands

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over 1 year ago
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U.K. Strikes Expand to Passport Control, Disrupting Holiday Travel

British passport control staff are set to become the latest government workers to seek wage rises that get closer to ...

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over 1 year ago
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In U.S. Bid to Blunt China’s Pacific Sway, Postal Service Has a Say

Negotiations to renew agreements with three Pacific island allies face resistance from the cash-strapped USPS, testin...

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over 1 year ago
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The World’s Biggest Airports Confront a Tiny But Serious Safety Threat—Wasps

Every week, workers at one of Australia’s major airports spend hours searching the tarmac and terminals for a securit...

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almost 2 years ago
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Korean Air Weathered Pandemic Turbulence With Style

Korean Air Weathered Pandemic Turbulence With Style

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almost 2 years ago
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Qantas Launches A$400 Million Buyback After Halving Annual Loss

Qantas Airways announced a buyback of shares worth $276.4 million after cutting its annual loss by almost 50% and pay...

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almost 2 years ago
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Flying Coach Can Be Uncomfortable, but Flat Beds Are Coming

Air New Zealand plans to introduce pods with flat beds in economy class, initially installing them on direct flights ...

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about 2 years ago
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Russia Steps Up Attacks on Ukraine Railways, Other Infrastructure

Moscow is seeking to disrupt deliveries of Western weapons as its offensives in the east of Ukraine appear to have st...

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over 2 years ago
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Ukraine Under Russian Fire: Hiding in Basements, Helicopters Overhead

The Russian assaults targeted military sites, but civilians scurried for cover as aircraft and missiles flew overhead.

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over 2 years ago
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Qantas Slashes 3Q Capacity Estimates on Surging Covid-19 Numbers

Qantas Airways slashed its capacity estimates for its fiscal third quarter on the surge in Covid-19 cases while maint...

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over 2 years ago
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U.S., European Factories See Easing Supply Strains, but Omicron Threatens Setbacks

Factories in Europe and the U.S. reported a further easing of supply-chain problems at the end of 2021, although the ...

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over 2 years ago
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Uganda Finds China’s Leverage Is in the Fine Print of Its Lending

Chinese lending transformed economies across the developing world. Now, as bills are coming due, attention is turning...

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over 2 years ago
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Countries Consider Further Post-Christmas Omicron Curbs

People across Europe were set to face new restrictions to slow the spread of the Omicron variant as infection rates h...

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over 2 years ago
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Omicron Variant Found on Flights Reveals Gaps in Covid-19 Travel Rules

Of around 600 passengers on the two flights from South Africa to the Netherlands, 61 tested positive for Covid-19, an...

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over 2 years ago
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Eurozone Economy Outpaces U.S., China, but Tougher Times Lie Ahead

The loosening of social restrictions and widespread vaccinations powered the region’s comeback from the Covid-19 pand...

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over 2 years ago
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Dubai Halts Air-Cargo Imports Amid Supply-Chain Snags

The emirate’s main cargo handler is rushing to reduce a backlog that has snarled processing and delivery of goods acr...

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almost 3 years ago
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Ship Seized in Gulf of Oman Amid Rising Tensions With Iran Is Let Go

A tanker ship was seized by suspected Iranian gunmen less than a week after a fatal drone attack on another vessel. U...

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about 3 years ago
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Planes Grounded by Covid-19 Largely Avoid the Junkyard—for Now

Aircraft owners are junking fewer planes than just before the pandemic, as prices for spare parts remain low and airl...

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about 3 years ago
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Inside the Suez Canal Race to Free the Ever Given Ship

Engineers worked around the clock to dig out the huge container ship, battling high winds and strong tides as Egypt’s...

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