Coronavirus will hit profits at Qantas by up to $150m © Qantas
Coronavirus will hit profits at Qantas by up to $150m © Qantas

Qantas cuts flights due to coronavirus

24 February 2020

A slump in demand caused by the coronavirus has forced Qantas to reduce flights across Asia as the disease threatens Australian supply chains.

Qantas announced the temporary reduction at the company’s half-year financial results, where it said the net profit impact of coronavirus was estimated at between $100m-$150m for 2020.

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