QANTAS SEES FALL IN ANNUAL PROFITS AS FUEL COSTS RISE

Qantas has posted a 17 per cent fall in annual net profit, driven by rising fuel costs and a weaker Australian dollar. Qantas also confirmed it will run test services on planned 19-hour flights to determine whether passengers and crew can withstand the marathon journeys.

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