These are tricky times at Qantas. So tricky the national airline has taken the sacrilegious resolution to flog off its renowned industry-class pyjamas for $25 a pop to its altitude-starved high-flyers.
The unorthodox expose to raise money didn't charge a mention when chief executive Alan Joyce handed down a COVID-19 hit underlying chubby-year profit earlier than tax of $124 million on Thursday. But just a few days earlier, Qantas talked about its provide to dwelling-command its industry-class sleeping suits, 12 personally wrapped Tim Tams, a 200-gram pack of smoked almonds (served in First Class) and a packet of 10 T2 Lemongrass and Ginger tea baggage for $25 should be concept to be as a “random act of kindness” to produce a friend.
It has masses of extra warehouse inventory of the steady stuff, industry-class flights (or flights of any kind, surely) being almost extinct for the time being. Could well well additionally as smartly allege it, Qantas talked about, to “cheer of us up”.
On the opposite hand: subsequent time you uncover your in-flight industry-class sweets, you'll know exactly how great of the $10,000 airfare they constitute. The acknowledge being a mere $25.