Qantas Group will restructure its New Zealand and China networks as it strives to remain profitable, and CEO Alan Joyce denied speculation that the moves are a portent of things to come on its Australian operations. From June 10, Qantas flights on New Zealand domestic routes will be taken over by its low-cost subsidiary Jetstar Airways. In addition, the Australian national carrier will quit its Sydney-Beijing (on April 17) and Melbourne-Shanghai (March 31) flights, flagging the weakness in ...

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