Qantas boss: Governments ‘to insist’ on vaccines for flying

To keep the finances on course during the pandemic Qantas has raised $770,000 (£560,000, A$1m) by selling bar carts that in-flight drinks were served from on it’s now-retired Boeing 747s, as well as wine in plastic bottles and a stock of the quintessentially Australian chocolate biscuit, Timtams.

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