Alan Joyce CEO, Qantas Airways Limited – email address

Alan Joyce joined Qantas in 2000.[5] At both Ansett Australia and Qantas, Joyce headed the Network Planning, Schedules Planning and Network Strategy functions.[3]

Joyce was appointed CEO of Qantas subsidiary Jetstar Airways in October 2003.[3][6]

Joyce became CEO of Qantas on 28 November 2008. He is a former Director of Orangestar Investment Holdings Pte Limited (holding company of Singapore-based Jetstar Asia Airways and Valuair) and Jetstar Pacific Airlines Aviation Joint Stock Company (in Vietnam).[3][6] On 29 October 2011, as a result of continuing industrial unrest following the announcement of job losses and structural changes at Qantas, Joyce grounded the entire Qantas mainline fleet.[7]

Qantas (Qantas Airways Limited; ASXQAN) is the flag carrier airline of Australia.[6] The name was originally "QANTAS", an acronym for "Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services".

Nicknamed "The Flying Kangaroo", Qantas is Australia's largest airline, and the second oldest in the world.[7] Founded in November 1920, it began flying international services in May 1935.

The airline is based in the Sydney suburb of Mascot with its main hub at Sydney Airport. Qantas has a 65% share of the Australian domestic market and carries 18.7% of all passengers travelling in and out of Australia.[8][9]

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