Qantas CEO Alan Joyce called for an overhaul of Australia's 10-year depreciation policy, which puts the airline at a significant disadvantage compared to carriers like Singapore Airlines, which has a three-year schedule. "All we want is a level playing field," he told ATWOnline yesterday. Qantas has A$31 billion ($22.46 billion) worth of aircraft on order--one of the world's largest order books--and the change in depreciation would have a dramatic effect on its ability to raise ...

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