In the Australian press it is going to be get-Alan day again no doubt starting tomorrow. Few airline executives in recent memory have had to put up with the stick that Alan Joyce has suffered and yet he and his team are guiding Qantas through a very tough period with great skill. Qantas Airways reported a A$245m loss today for the year to June 30, 2012 from a A$250m profit for the year before, blaming rising fuel prices, and the series of strikes that temporarily grounded its fleet during the period. This is the first full year loss for Qantas

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