Qantas Group is signaling a reshaping of its domestic and international strategy with the bringing forward of eight of its 50 787s on order to mid-2012, according to the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation. "Qantas the mainline carrier is under attack on several fronts on domestic routes” and is likely to lose some of its 65% share of the Australian market as the decade unfolds, CAPA said. It suggested that the 787 announcement (ATW Daily News, July 15) implies a renewed focus by ...

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