Qantas officials told shareholders last week that it expects to exceed its 2005-06 net profit of A$480 million ($363.8 million) in the current fiscal year thanks to continued restructuring and falling fuel prices. The carrier also confirmed it would not cancel its order for 12 A380s, according to press reports.

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