If you're seeking a sign that Qantas is no longer drowning in debt, just cast your eye over the latest inflight menu for first class passengers.
Fresh from its $619 million turnaround, and tipped to break a billion dollars in profit by the middle of this year, the Flying Kangaroo is now dishing out caviar at the pointy end of its Airbus A380s.
And not just any caviar, but the tiny black Yasa caviar pearls farmed in Abu Dhabi by Emirates Aquatech, which claims to be "the world's largest and most advanced aquaculture facility."
The Yasa caviar tartlets tiny black pearls appear on Qantas' new Autumn First inflight menu, alongside premium beef from Tasmania's Cape Grim and Kingfish ceviche.
Australian Business Traveller will be sampling the Autumn First menu next Tuesday March 10 – sadly, on the ground rather than in the air – and we'll tease you with photos and full details on all the dishes.
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