Tony Webber - Newsroom articles
The national carrier's now pinning its future on a drastic cost-cutting program that will leave 5,000 of its workers jobless in the next three years. Associate Professor Tony Webber was interviewed.
Reducing capacity is right: Tony Webber 27 Feb 2014
Tony Webber was interviewed on CNBC saying Qantas' decision to reduce capacity on underpeforming routes is in the right decision.
ABC News (US), USA Today, The Courier, Yahoo News Online, The Economic Times
Qantas Airways said it will cut 5,000 jobs and posted a first-half loss of 235 million Australian dollars amid tougher competition, sending its shares down more than 7 percent.
Keeping the low flying kangaroo in the air 27 Feb 2014
ABC The Business
With Qantas on its knees amid the announcement of major losses the spotlight is on the performance of CEO Alan Joyce. Tony Webber is interviewed.
Qantas to slash 5,000 jobs 27 Feb 2014
ABC Radio National Drive
Associate Professor Tony Webber is interviewed on the announcement that Qantas will cut 5,000 jobs in the next three years after posting a $235 million half-year loss. half-year loss.
ABC The World Today
Associate Professor Tony Webber was interviewed on whether the drastic jobs at Qantas will see the company turning a profit.
Tony Webber was interviewed about the future of Qantas and its employees.
ABC The World Today
With doubts hanging over the future of thousands of Qantas employees, the Federal Government has given its strongest indication yet that it will allow further foreign investment in the national flag carrier. Tony Webber is interviewed.
While champagne flowed inside Modern Family star Srah Hyland was dealing with an alleged groper 22 Feb 2014
The Daily Telegraph
Associate Professor Tony Webber was quoted in a Daily Telegraph article about the assault on a Modern Family star at a Qantas party for cast and crew of the hit series.
Sunday Canberra Times
A passenger who carried fireworks onto a flight from Indonesia to Australia has highlighted a major security breach that could have brought down a plane, according to one aviation expert.