Qantas Yet To Determine If 787 Problems Will Affect Jetstar’s Plans

Qantas Airways Group, which has Boeing 787s on order for its low-cost subsidiary Jetstar, is unsure if the current grounding of the global 787 fleet will continue long enough to affect its business. “We don’t know the implications [of the 787 grounding] for delivery,” Qantas CEO Alan Joyce told...

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