By Jonathan Davies
Australian airline Qantas has reported a return to full-year profits.
Australia's national carrier posted underlying profits of AUS$975 million (£457m; $717m), compared with a loss of AUS$646m last year. It is the company's strongest profits since before the financial crisis in 2008.
Qantas said strict cost-cutting measures and low fuel costs helped it to return to profit. It also said it would return cash to shareholders.
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for eight Boeing Dreamliners, which it says signals a new period of sustained growth.
"We are delivering one of the biggest turnarounds in Australia's corporate history," said Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce.
"This is the best first half [financial] result in four years and the best second half result in the company's history."