Qantas 747-400. Courtesy, Qantas Qantas (QF) has canceled or delayed more than 50 flights Friday and has grounded five aircraft as the bitter dispute with three key unions continues (ATW Daily News, Oct. 13). The airline has scrapped 97 flights a week as pressure mounts for the Australian government to intervene to end the dispute. QF is at war with unions representing its engineers, long-haul pilots and baggage handlers over pay increases, job security and management’s push ...

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