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Australia and New Zealand, flying under the Qantas brand. 16 November 1920 as Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Limited. Australian government for war service. Qantas’ kangaroo logo was first used on the “Kangaroo Route”, begun in 1944, from Sydney to Karachi, where BOAC crews took over for the rest of the journey to the UK. QANTAS Limited was then wound up.
Qantas with a purely international network. Services to Hong Kong began around the same time. In 1957 a head office, Qantas House, opened in Sydney. The airline started to be rebranded to Qantas in the following year.
Virgin Blue and other regional airlines accounting for the rest of the market. Jetstar internationally, including to New Zealand. Qantas owns a minority stake. Merger talks with British Airways in 2008 also did not proceed to an agreement.
Qantas aircraft and lock-out of the airline’s staff for two days. Qantas, through its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Programme, has some links with the Aboriginal Australian community. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. Qantas employs a full-time Diversity Coordinator, who is responsible for the programme. Qantas has also bought and donated some Aboriginal art. In 1996, Qantas donated five extra bark paintings to the gallery.