“Flight delays and cancellations have largely returned to pre-Covid levels and we’ve shifted from heavy losses to a strong profit and pipeline of investment worth billions of dollars,” Mr Joyce said.
“Travel demand is incredibly robust and we’ve taken delivery of more aircraft and opened up new routes to meet it,” he said.
Mr Joyce has praised the airline staff for doing a “superb job under very difficult circumstances”.
Amid its bumper profits, Qantas faces challenges such as appearing before the Senate Inquiry on the Cost of Living and addressing criticisms over government subsidies.
Despite its financial rebound, the airline continues to grapple with issues like flight cancellations and delayed refunds.
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