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A quantum leap for once-struggling Qantas

The Australian airline appears to be on track for a sustained recovering as continues its Transformation Plan. Qantas has eight Boeing 787-9s which are scheduled to begin delivering in late 2017 through 2018. The Ishka view is that the new aircraft, which will mostly be used to replace the airline’s ageing 747-400s, will not threaten Qantas’ profitable codeshare agreement with Emirates but will allow the airline to benefit from the high rise in Chinese traffic to Australia. 

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