While Australasian airline profits have come under increasing pressure in recent months, two of the major players are sticking to their plans to upgrade their fleets and make major widebody order decisions this year. Increased competition and high oil prices have hurt Qantas Airways’ international operation and dragged down earnings for the six months through Dec. 31. Virgin Australia has also seen its international unit take a financial hit despite overall gains. For the same period, ...

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