Qantas A380. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Low-cost carriers are eating Qantas’s lunch, taking 19.5% of the international traffic into and out of Australia and—for the first time—equaling the national airline’s market share. The figures released by the Australian government and published in The Australian show that while Jetstar, a QF subsidiary, accounted for 8.1% it failed to stop the group’s overall market share from slipping from 28% to ...

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