Australian air traffic controllers represented by Civil Air are expected to take industrial action to press salary, sick leave and rostering claims following last month's breakdown in negotiations with Airservices Australia. The result of the strike vote is expected today and is on a "knife's edge," according to an Airservices spokesperson. In a worst-case scenario, Airservices said the nation's airline system would be cut to "just 25%" of its capacity, with international flights given ...

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