Qantas says it is on track to fully offset higher fuel prices with revenue improvements in its current financial year, and the Australian flag carrier has a generally positive demand outlook. The group’s revenue increased 2.3% to A$4.4 billion ($3.1 billion) for the three months through March 31, its fiscal third quarter. Qantas supplies a trading update rather than full earnings details for its third quarter, as it reports half-yearly. Qantas said its unit revenue rose by 4% for ...

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