Monday, November 07, 2005

Qantas is accused by Dubai-based rival Emirates of being 'one of the world's most anti-competitive airlines.'

'Qantas needs to accept that government protection is the most powerful subsidy of them all. . . . Qantas is one of the world's most anti-competitive airlines and customers are paying higher prices as a result,' said vice chairman and group president Maurice Flanagan.

The link is to Forbes - where you'll have to climb through two or three intrusive ads to read the story.


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