Qantas Airways is pushing aggressively to grow beyond its home market and position itself as a leading Asia-Pacific-region airline group, as early signs of regional consolidation emerge. Qantas is already one of the largest airlines in the region, with 36.4 million passengers carried, revenues of A$15.2 billion ($13.5 billion) and a healthy profit of A$1 billion in 2007. The group consists of the Qantas mainline operation as well as a regional feeder airline and low-fare unit Jetstar. ...

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