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A Qantas Airways spokesman said there was no fire, but an engine surge can often cause what appear to be flames.
Qantas Airways will scrap first-class seats and cabins on two A380s and nine Boeing 747 aircraft, replacing them with extra premium economy and business class seats, on most routes after a slump in demand after saying net income was A$58 million ($52 million) in the six months ended Dec.
Qantas Airways said that it would not accept any inappropriate comments of this nature on board its aircraft even if they were meant as a joke and it would seek the full force of the law, reports Bloomberg.
Qantas Airways, Rolls-Royce, Airbus A380 jet engine inspections could cause disruptions.
Australia's Qantas Airways has reported a 72 percent drop in profits after tax for its fiscal half year, with the economic downturn of the first quarter only partially offset by the recovery seen in the global airline industry towards the end of 2009.
Australian carrier Qantas Airways and Air New Zealand are expected to eventually forge an alliance, despite objects from competition watchdogs.
Australia's Qantas Airways and its subsidiaries posted a 3.
Qantas Airways has scrapped first class on some routes, as the global economic downturn grounds many passengers and makes others think twice about paying for a little in-flight luxury.
Australian carrier Qantas Airways has announced plans to launch a Singapore-based budget carrier.