Qantas is considering selling its 46.3% in Air Pacific, Fiji's national carrier, in order to compete with Virgin Group on routes to the tropical tourist destination. QF applied to Australia's International Air Services Commission, the route regulator, for capacity to Fiji on behalf of its Jetstar Airways subsidiary, but it would need to sell off its stake in Air Pacific. An airline spokesperson confirmed that the Air Pacific stake was under review and it is understood that the Fijian ...

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