AUCKLAND—Qantas reported falling profits in its international operation for the six months through Dec. 31, 2018—its fiscal 2019 first half—but the airline predicts competitive and cost pressure in the international market will ease this year. The international operations decline overshadowed slight gains in Qantas’ domestic operation and its loyalty division. Qantas Group’s net profit fell to A$498 million ($354 million) for the period, its fiscal 2019 first ...

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