Dubai-based Emirates and Australian carrier Qantas are seeking clearance to extend their partnership for another five years, with Qantas switching its London flights to operate via Singapore rather than Dubai. The two airlines have been closely cooperating for five years, since 2013, handling more than 8 million passengers under the tie-up. Qantas estimates that the extension, which was agreed to during a meeting in Sydney, will deliver more than $80 million in net benefits from ...

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