Chief executive Alan Joyce also said the airline is operating at 20 per cent pre-COVID-19 capacity, and not the 45 per cent it had initially hoped.
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Qantas Group chief executive Alan Joyce said airfares could be half of what they are today as long as it could cover cash costs.
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