Labor disputes at Qantas (QF) are expected to disrupt travel plans of some 20,000 passengers Thursday and Friday.
Qantas A380. By Rob Finlayson. Labor disputes at Qantas (QF) are expected to disrupt travel plans of some 20,000 passengers Thursday and Friday. The disruptions are the latest in an increasingly bitter dispute over wages and job security and come as the Australian government considers introducing a no-strike clause for the airline industry (ATW Daily News, Oct. 11). On Thursday, the Transport Workers Union will hold two-hour stop work actions across the country, while the ...
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