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Gareth Evans was appointed CEO Jetstar Group in November 2017. Prior to this, Gareth was CEO Qantas International and Freight from March 2015, during which time he led the successful turnaround of Qantas’ international operations and the arrival of Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners into the Qantas Fleet.When did Gareth Evans become CEO of Jetstar?
Gareth Evans was appointed CEO Jetstar Group in November 2017. Prior to this, Mr Evans was CEO Qantas International & Freight where he led the successful turnaround of Qantas’ international operations and the arrival of Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner’s into the Qantas fleet.Who is the majority owner of Jetstar Asia Airways?
Jetstar Asia Airways, based in Singapore and managed by Newstar Holdings, majority-owned by Singapore company Westbrook Investments (51 per cent), with the Qantas Group holding the remaining 49 per cent. Jetstar Japan, a partnership between the Qantas Group, Japan Airlines and Tokyo Century Corporation.Is the Jetstar part of the Qantas Group?
According to Gareth Evans, Jetstar Japan has a secure place in the Qantas Group stable. He says the beauty of airlines like Jetstar Japan is that they can be easily scaled up or down as demand warrants. That’s pretty much what’s happening now.