British Airways 747-400. By Rob Finlayson British Airways (BA) and Qantas (QF) will terminate their long-running revenue-sharing agreement on UK-Australia routes following the Australian flag-carrier’s decision to embark on a new global partnership arrangement with Emirates Airline (EK) (ATW Daily News, Sept. 6). The existing BA-QF Joint Services Agreement (JSA) has enabled the two companies to share revenues and costs since 1995. BA’s parent, International Airlines ...

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