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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80%
No
20%
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Helga Micallef
I do hope it's for the best.
September 6 at 6:24am
Anonymous
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
definately
September 5 at 3:15am
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