Qantas (QF) has been forced to cancel 28 flights and delay a further 27 up to 30 minutes, because of a 4-hr. baggage handlers strike scheduled for Tuesday that will affect more than 7,000 passengers (ATW Daily News, Sept. 16). QF’s 3,800 baggage handlers, represented by the Australian Transport Workers Union (TWU), are scheduled to walk off the job between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m. Tuesday to support a push for a 15% pay raise over three years, an additional 1% employer superannuation ...

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