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The level of foreign ownership of Qantas has fallen one per cent.

The airline is subject to a government-imposed foreign ownership cap, with overseas investors are not allowed to hold more than 49 per cent of the airline’s shares.

Qantas says as of December 4, foreign investors held 46.7 per cent, down from 47.7 per cent in October, with the largest shareholder, US investment giant BlackRock, holding 6.4 per cent.