Australasian carriers are feeling the economic pinch that is increasingly affecting the global airline industry, driving some of the region’s major players to slash costs and reshape their operations to adapt to the new climate. Another year of net losses has spurred Virgin Australia to launch a cost-cutting campaign, which will include a significant reduction in headquarters staff and a sweeping fleet and network review. Air New Zealand is also targeting cost savings in response to a ...

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