Qantas has struck a setback in its attempt to impose an 18-month wage freeze on all employee groups, after its short-haul pilots rejected a new contract including this clause. Of the 554 pilots that voted, 79% opposed the airline’s four-year contract offer. Qantas short-haul pilots are represented by the Australian and International Pilots Association (AIPA). AIPA has now begun surveying members to find out more details about why they rejected the contract. Survey results are expected ...

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