THOMAS ON SKYNEWS DISCUSSING JOYCE AND JETSTAR

by Airlineratings Editors
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September 06, 2022
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Airlineratings.com Editor-in-Chief Geoffrey Thomas has appeared on Australia’s Skynews to discuss Jetstar’s issues and also calls for Qantas CEO Alan Joyce to step aside.

Thomas said Qantas has had a “dramatic turnaround” in its performance recently.

“Part of that is its suppliers as well like Sydney Airport, Melbourne Airport has also lifted their game and smoothed out the bumps,” Mr Thomas told Sky News Australia.

“And Alan Joyce is very confident that the improvements we have seen in August through to September will continue October into November.”

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1 COMMENT

  1. Joyce should NEVER have been made the CEO of QANTAS to begin with. I have only flown once with QANTAS since Joyce took over and NEVER AGAIN! Prior to the inception of Joyce; I had flown over 500 times with QANTAS domestically and overseas, but his inception has made this a TWA (Third World Airline). Give me British Airways, United, Air New Zealand and Emirates any day over QANTAS whom I once loved and flew with as a matter of preference.