Qantas (QF) has confirmed that its plans for a partnership with Malaysia Airlines (MAS) to create an Asian premium airline have been dropped.
Qantas 747-400. Courtesy, QF Qantas (QF) has confirmed that its plans for a partnership with Malaysia Airlines (MAS) to create an Asian premium airline have been dropped. The two sides were “unable to reach mutually agreeable commercial terms,” the Australian carrier said in a stock exchange filing. “Malaysia Airlines has not issued any statement on this subject,” MAS said in response to inquiries. The airline did not respond to further emails. A ...
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