Qantas Group announced a series of changes to its international network owing to fuel expense. CEO Geoff Dixon said Japan and Southeast Asia will be most affected. "The Japan-Far North Queensland market has also been particularly difficult for Qantas for a number of years," he noted. "At current fuel prices, the Group would lose more than A$100 million ($95.7 million) operating to Japan under our existing schedule." The restructuring, which follows a similar exercise on QF's domestic ...

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