Don't cry for the flying kangaroo

Mullins, Michael
December 2013
Eureka Street;12/21/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 24, p60
The article presents the author's insights over the management issues and blunders of Qantas Airways Ltd., the flag carrier airline of Australia. It mentions the increasing credit rating of the airline company towards the giving clients good business. It notes that the airline was advice by the Australian Stock Exchange on its $250 to 300 million loss before tax as of December 2013. It also emphasizes on the government's aid to the airline company making it less attractive for foreign airline.


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