Govt. saves qantas!

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pomjim

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Australian Transport Minister John Anderson's office said today SIA has been denied access to the lucrative route and that the Singapore government was told of the decision last week.

"The issue of trans-Pacific access has been considered at the highest levels by the Australian government and it has decided that the time is not right for Singapore Airlines to be granted access to the route," a spokesman for Mr Anderson told AFP.

Well, it had to be done, if SIA got permission, qantas would lose a very high % of customers, after all, who would fly qantas when they could fly on a decent airline?
 

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pomjim said:
Well, it had to be done, if SIA got permission, qantas would lose a very high % of customers, after all, who would fly qantas when they could fly on a decent airline?

Laughed when I read this :D .
 
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