Qantas (QF) announced Tuesday it will ground two more Boeing 767s because of ongoing industrial disputes with engineers. It will also cut 80 transcontinental flights over the next month, slashing the number of seats available by 20,000 (ATW Daily News, Oct. 18). However, the Australian Licensed Engineers Assn. (ALAEA) federal secretary Steve Purvinas has accused of QF of "overstating the situation to exacerbate the dispute. These aircraft are up for sale. While we have restrictions ...

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