Qantas A330-300 at Perth International. By Rob Finlayson The Transport workers Union (TWU), which represents 3,800 Qantas’ (QF) baggage handlers and ground staff, has instructed its members to walk off the job Tuesday. The action will take place for 4-hr. during the morning peak in most airports and the afternoon peak in Canberra and Adelaide, as well as place a ban on higher duties, which could impact operations for two days. QF will deploy larger aircraft, ...

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