As expected, merger talks between Qantas and British Airways ended without any agreement just two weeks after the oneworld partners formally confirmed their discussions of a tie-up via a dual-listed company structure. "Despite the potential longer-term benefits for Qantas and BA, the airlines have not been able to come to an agreement over the key terms of the merger at this time," the carriers said in a statement, adding that they will continue to work on their joint business between the UK ...

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