Qantas yesterday promised to be more responsive and innovative as the first "encouraging signs" of a recovery in passenger demand start to appear across its network, although speaking at the annual general meeting in Perth yesterday, Chairman Leigh Clifford warned shareholders that the global economic outlook remains uncertain. "The Qantas Group is well-positioned to withstand this period of downturn with the strengths of its two flying brands, strong management and dedicated people. And the ...

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