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Have your say about the future of Aussie Aviation


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While aviation industry employers demand Government assistance to run their businesses, the wage level and working conditions of those who keep the industry flying are being ignored.

By working together, Australian aviation workers can ensure that the Australian avation industry remains strong, safe and secure.


  • Broken airport gate a security risk

    May 01


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  • ACCC REPORT SHOWS AIRPORTS WITH PROFITS OF $2.2 BILLION MUST ENSURE GOOD JOBS, SAYS TWU

    February 25


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 25 February 2019
     
    Australia’s main airports continue to increase their profits highlighting their power at the top of the aviation supply chain and the need for them to be held accountable for low paid, insecure jobs.

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  • SYDNEY AIRPORT EARNINGS SOAR TO $1.28 BILLION AS WORKERS PREPARE TO SERVE CLAIM OVER LOW PAY & POOR CONDITIONS

    February 21


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 21 February 2019
     
    Sydney Airport has seen its earnings and profits jump in the last year, as airport workers prepare to serve a claim over low pay and poor conditions.

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  • POTENTIAL DISRUPTION AS WORKERS PLAN TO SERVE CLAIM ON AIRPORTS

    February 08


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 8 February 2019
     
    The Transport Workers’ Union has warned of potential disruption as aviation workers prepare to serve a claim on airports which will hold them to account for low pay and conditions.

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  • 'Airport Workers Should Not Be Used and Abused': Court Rules Against Airport Split Shifts

    January 29


    SMH, 25 January 2019
     
    Airport workers in Australia have had a legal win against their employer with the Federal Court of Australia ruling they can't be forced to work split shifts.

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