Qantas Pushes Back 747 Retirement Plans

Credit: Qantas
Low fuel prices and booming international demand have prompted Qantas Airways to defer the sale of some of its Boeing 747-400s, which may also give the carrier more flexibility in how it uses its first Boeing 787-9s. Two of the carrier’s 11 747s were set to be retired by the middle of this year, but...

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