Qantas Returns to Profit as Emirates Tie-Up Boosts Long-Haul : News Photo

Qantas Returns to Profit as Emirates Tie-Up Boosts Long-Haul

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A Qantas Airways Ltd. aircraft, left, taxis past an AirAsia X Bhd. aircraft at Sydney Airport in Sydney, Australia, on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013. Qantas, Australia's largest carrier, doubled its profits and beat analyst estimates as a tie-up with Emirates helped rein in long-haul losses. Its shares rose the most in a year. Photographer: Jeremy Piper/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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A Qantas Airways Ltd. aircraft, left, taxis past an AirAsia X Bhd. aircraft at Sydney Airport in Sydney, Australia, on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013. Qantas, Australia's largest carrier, doubled its profits and beat analyst estimates as a tie-up with Emirates helped rein in long-haul losses. Its shares rose the most in a year. Photographer: Jeremy Piper/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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A Qantas Airways Ltd aircraft left taxis past an AirAsia X Bhd... News PhotoAerospace Industry,Air Vehicle,Airplane,Airport,Asia,Australia,Commercial Airplane,Finance,Flying,Horizontal,Kingsford Smith Airport,New South Wales,Oceania,Qantas,Sydney,Taxi,Transportation,TravelPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2013 BloombergA Qantas Airways Ltd. aircraft, left, taxis past an AirAsia X Bhd. aircraft at Sydney Airport in Sydney, Australia, on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013. Qantas, Australia's largest carrier, doubled its profits and beat analyst estimates as a tie-up with Emirates helped rein in long-haul losses. Its shares rose the most in a year. Photographer: Jeremy Piper/Bloomberg via Getty Images