Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says demand has rebounded strongly in the wake of an industrial action campaign and a temporary fleet grounding that damaged the carrier’s public image. Domestic bookings, including corporate accounts, “have recovered particularly well and are now back to normal levels” achieved before the labor strife began, Joyce tells investors. International bookings, meanwhile have been recovering more slowly for the period through January. But beyond January, forward bookings ...
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