Poll Results: Should Qantas do a Deal with Emirates?

Qantas looks set to sign a code-share deal with Emirates, which would see Qantas flying to Dubai and then passengers would transfer to Emirates to fly to European cities. The arrangement has short and long-term implications for the future of Qantas International - should they do the deal?
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Helga Micallef
I do hope it's for the best.
September 6 at 6:24am
Well, it is a good thing that most of you agree that Qantas should do a deal with Emirates....It has just been confirmed: the codeshare is on.
September 6 at 3:47am
Val Smith
September 5 at 3:15am
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Qantas, SriLankan in codeshare pact for S'pore flights - THE BUSINESS TIMES (subscription)
The new codeshare service with SriLankan complements Qantas' daily Singapore-Colombo codeshare service operated by its strategic partner, Dubai-based Emirates. This comes as operator Changi Airport Group is striving to grow transit and transfer traffic ...
Qantas and SriLankan Airlines to codeshare - Aviation Tribune
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Qantas SriLankan code share will save lives - Crikey (blog)
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Qantas and SriLankan share the load - TravelWeekly Asia
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Etihad Airways chief says airline alliance model is 'fractured' - The National
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Qantas, SriLankan Airlines launch joint codeshare partnership - Australian Business Traveller
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Etihad CEO: Model of global airline alliances is 'fractured' - Al-Arabiya
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SriLankan Airlines codeshares to Australia with Qantas - Travel Daily Media
Qantas also codeshares on Emirates' existing daily Singapore-Colombo service, so the latest arrangement will mean passengers now have the choice of morning or evening departures from Singapore. “Building on the relationship we have with SriLankan ...
SriLankan and Qantas enter codeshare agreement - Australian Aviation
SriLankan Airlines has inked a codeshare partnership with Qantas over flights between the Colombo and Australia, its fifth codeshare deal with a oneworld carrier, having joined the global alliance in April 2014. Under the partnership, Qantas will add its QF airline code on SriLankan's daily service between Colombo and Singapore. The Flying Kangaroo already codeshares on its global alliance partner Emirates' flight on the route. At the same time, SriLankan will place its UL airline code on Qantas-operated services ...