Qantas's urgent need to slash costs to mitigate spiraling losses has sparked one of the largest shakeups in the airline's history. While Qantas is hoping it can cut its way back to profitability, potential political and structural changes could play key roles in assisting the carrier's turnarounds. In its drive to eliminate A$2 billion ($1.8 billion) in costs over the next three years, Qantas has revealed plans to cut more than 5,000 workers, as well as shelving aircraft ...
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