Qantas offered its flight attendants voluntary redundancy as it pares back its growth projections to cope with high fuel costs and intense competition.
Qantas 747-400. Photo: Courtesy, Qantas. Qantas offered its flight attendants voluntary redundancy as it pares back its growth projections to cope with high fuel costs and intense competition. A QF spokesperson told ATW the carrier expects about 350 of the airline's 7,000 flight attendants to accept an attractive package but has no plans for mandatory layoffs. Staff will get three weeks' pay for every year of service in the first five years and four weeks' for each ...
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