Monday, 31 October 2011

Qantas Back In The Sky

Qantas have been ordered to resume flights after it grounded all aircraft over the weekend following an industrial dispute with three unions following rows over restructuring plans including moving some operations to Asia.

The FWA Fair Work Australia ruled Qantas to get its planes back in the sky which experts say is a victory for the airline over the unions.

Planes were grounded by Qantas early Saturday morning as a result of industrial action by union members. This meant 108 planes were grounded leaving thousands of passengers stranded costing the airline $13 million a day.

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