We’ll be covering that later, but in their latest update, the airline has plans for its fleet to boost capacity. The Qantas Group has orders and purchase rights options for up to 299 narrowbody aircraft and firm orders for 12 widebody aircraft with Airbus. As such, Qantas Group has gone shopping to acquire several mid-life A320-family aircraft for freight and resource customers to help offset these delays. In Quotes Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce said: “We’re at the start of a major update of the Qantas Group fleet that will unlock a lot of benefits. However, for Qantas Group, it will fill the capacity gaps the airline is forecasting.
Air New Zealand is giving further comfort choices in the economy cabin, with the announcement of an “Economy Stretch” product. Economy Scetch is an addition to the economy products offered by the airline (including the normal economy seat and the SkyCouch). Economy Stretch answers this challenge, with some luxury for the legs all while enjoying our renowned in-flight service, Kiwi cuisine and wine, and seat-back entertainment. “Through innovations such as the Economy Skycouch and with Economy Skynest launching later next year, Air New Zealand continues to push boundaries in Economy travel. With it appearing on Air New Zealand Boeing 777 fleet, as refits continue, expect more routes to offer the seating type.1 month ago Economy Class & Beyond -
After Musk’s Twitter Blue, Now Zuckerburg Comes Up with Meta VerifiedPlease note that we are not authorised to provide any investment advice. In a Facebook post, Meta Platforms (NYSE: META) CEO Mark Zuckerburg announced a new paid subscription called “Meta Verified.” The verification service is similar to Twitter Blue. The paid verification service comes at a time when Meta Platforms is facing multiple headwinds. Zuckerburg touted “efficiency” and productivityLast year, Meta Platforms laid off 11,000 employees which were 13% of its workforce. Global ad spending has saggedAlso, the global digital ad market has slowed down which is hurting the earnings of companies like Meta Platforms, Snap, Twitter, as well as Google.1 month ago Economy Watch
A once expected Daytona 500 entry is not on the entry list for the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season opener at Daytona International Speedway. There are 42 cars on the entry list for the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season-opening Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway, and two, not three, of those cars are set to be fielded by Trackhouse Racing Team. The plan for the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season is for the entry to run between six and eight races. The six non-chartered cars on the Daytona 500 entry list are the No. The non-chartered entries can lock themselves into the Daytona 500 via either the single-car qualifying session on Wednesday, February 15 (Fox Sports 1, 8:15 p.m.1 month ago Beyond the Flag
So the most talked about crime series since Line of Duty, or maybe the last series of Happy Valley, comes to an end. Could this be the most inappropriately titled TV series ever made? @traceyjohn79 tweeted: Shit, shit shitty shit!! If you don't want Happy Valley spoilers we suggest you stay well away from social media until you've seen it. Happy Valley, Sunday, February 5, 9pm, BBC One.1 month ago Beyond The Joke
Articles and newspaper reports about decarbonisation of the steel industry almost inevitably include the phrase “hard-to-abate”. These long-term decarbonisation plans often offer little detail and are based on unproven carbon capture technology. Green steel technology “is not ready yet”? According to its most recent Sustainability Report, BlueScope doesn’t see alternative steelmaking technology gaining significant take-up across the global steel industry until the 2040s. Vale – the world’s largest supplier of DR-grade iron ore – intends to increase DR-grade ore production to meet the greater demand it now expects by 2030.2 months ago Renew Economy
“The Panel’s recommendations will help ensure Australia’s carbon crediting scheme has the highest integrity, and contributes to achieving Australia’s emission targets,” Bowen said. Climate Council head of advocacy, Dr Jennifer Rayner, says the most important question remains where and how will carbon credits be used? “The Chubb Review should not be used as a licence for pollution as usual from Australia’s biggest emitters. “The Chubb Review into carbon offsetting has failed to address the scam of a key ACCU method. “The carbon credits previously approved under this method, which is one in five credits issued under the Emission Reduction Fund, do not represent real abatement and are essentially junk credits,” O’Shanassy says.2 months ago Renew Economy
On the first show of the new year (6th January), Graham welcomes The Tourist and Belfast star Jamie Dornan, Happy Valley actor James Norton, Oscar nominated Sophie Okonedo, actor and presenter Siobhán McSweeney, and chart-topping singer Lewis Capaldi. I loved having long hair – it was fun, and I found myself hanging out in the mousse section of Boots. I love theatre but have the exact same trepidation as Sophie and this particular role is the scariest thing I have done in my life, it’s terrifying.”Siobhán chats about upcoming sci-fi comedy Extraordinary, says, “It is about superheroes but not in Lycra. And finally, Graham pulls the lever on more foolhardy audience members brave enough sit in the world-famous red chair to tell their funniest stories. Next week (13th January) Graham’s guests include Cate Blanchett, Margot Robbie, Beverley Knight, Alan Carr, and RAYEPicture: So Television2 months ago Beyond The Joke