As the Coronavirus continues to decimate airlines around the world more cuts have been made overnight and into this morning.
The world's airlines continued to make unprecedented cuts to their services on Tuesday, as the many countries entered virtual lockdown.
American was one of a number of airlines to announce major capacity cuts and cancellations in the last 24 hours, as the industry continues to make coronavirus contingency plans.
Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce has hinted he could use the airline's status as the world’s safest to negotiate a cut-price deal to buy Boeing’s troubled 737MAX when it returns to service.
From 31,000 feet Antarctica emerges ambiguously on the horizon. At first one questions whether it is a cloud bank but soon the distinct and jagged profile of mountains put paid to any queries.
Qantas says it has chosen the A350-1000 for Project Sunrise flights and pushed back the deadline on whether to proceed to March 2020.