Tony Webber - Newsroom articles
ABC The World Today
Associate Professor Tony Webber was interviewed about the warning from Rex Airlines that the aviations sector may collapse without federal government support.
Tony Webber was quoted in an Adelaide Advertiser and Hobart Mercury story about Qantas flights that may be discontinued.
Tony Webber was interviewed on ABC News 24, NBN regional news, Sky Business News Trading Day program, 774 ABC Melbourne Mornings, and 2GB Money News about the Qantas Sale Act and the company's decision to axe 1000 domestic jobs.
Tony Webber is sought by the Age and Canberra Times for his opinion about the Qantas Sale Act and the company's decision to axe 1000 domestic jobs.
Qantas to axe 1000 jobs 05 Dec 2013
National Nine News
Tony Webber was interviewed on National Nine News about the Qantas Sale Act and the company's decision to axe 1000 domestic jobs.
Should Qantas be subsidised or foreign owned? 28 Nov 2013
ABC RN Drive
Associate Professor Tony Webber was interviewed on Radio National Drive about the Qantas Sale Act and potential of overseas interest in Australia's national carrier. He was also interviewed on 891 ABC Adelaide, 666 ABC Canberra, 702 ABC Sydney, 936 ABC Hobart, ABC NewsRadio Mornings and Afternoons, ABC Capricornia, ABC the Drum and 774 ABC Melbourne.
Qantas versus Virgin 18 Nov 2013
2GB Money News with Ross Greenwood and SKY Business News Trading Day interview Associate Professor Tony Webber about Virgin Australia's capital raising.
China cheapies loom as Qantas' new threat 18 Mar 2013
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Chinese carriers are in excellent geographic and unit cost positions to become a significant threat to Qantas on the Europe route, writes Associate Professor Tony Webber for Fairfacx Media. Read more
ABC News 24 and ABC Radio Queensland have interviewed Associate Professor Tony Webber at the Business School, on the half-yearly profit earnings of Qantas.
Airfare add-ons can beat the budget 15 Feb 2013
Associate Professor Tony Webber at the University of Sydney Business School discusses why add-on services fee in airline is a much fairer pricing system because it allows consumers to avoid paying for services that they don't consume.