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Jun 12, 2012

Qantas at acute risk of sharemarket raid

The last time calls for direct government invention to save an airline were voiced in Australia was after the collapse of Ansett on September 14, 2001.

Ben Sandilands — Editor of Plane Talking

Ben Sandilands

Editor of Plane Talking

The last time calls for direct government invention to save an airline were voiced in Australia was after the collapse of Ansett on September 14, 2001.

Now it’s the turn of Qantas, the airline that massively benefited from Ansett’s demise, and had fiercely opposed it getting any government bail out.

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2 thoughts on “Qantas at acute risk of sharemarket raid

  1. zut alors

    And Qantas is actually PAYING Joyce to put it in this position? We live in strange times.

  2. eric

    The government should treat Qantas just like ANSETT was!

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