Qantas plan to chop travel agent commissions down to nothing

Sweeney, Claire
September 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;9/8/2006, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of Qantas Airlines to cut the commission of travel agents to zero. The move will be determined by the changing cost pressures especially fuel price increase. John Borghetti, executive general manager of Qantas said that more pressures the airline industry are facing, the sooner it will be enforced. The reduction of airline commissions has been with the industry for a certain period of time already.


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