Qantas Leads The Way as Australia’s Airlines Fly Tax-Free

Qantas, flush with cash after posting its largest-ever profits in the past two financial years, has not paid one cent of corporate tax for a decade. And while Australia’s national flag carrier, once owned by the Governmment, leads the way in tax minimisation, an investigation by the ABC into tax paid by major corporates, reveals that none of Australia’s leading airlines – including Virgin, Tigerair, Etihad and Qatar – has paid corporate tax since 2013. See story.

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