Have your say about the future of Aussie Aviation

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.

  • CH7: A Security Spotlight on Adelaide Airport

    June 07

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  • Airport Safety & Security At Risk Because Of Poor Working Conditions, Report Shows

    June 01


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 31 May 2016
    Australian airport employees will this week join workers across the world to protest low wages and insecure work as a report shows poor working conditions are affecting safety and security in air transport.

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  • Urgent Review Of AirAsia Needed Following Revelations On Safety Standards

    May 04

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  • Australians Flew On Airasia Plane With Fault For One Year Before Deadly Crash

    May 03

    ABC News, by Samantha Hawley and Suzanne Smith, 3 May 2016
    An Indonesia AirAsia plane that crashed into the Java Sea in 2014 killing all on board had carried thousands of Australian passengers while flying with a mechanical fault for the 12 months before the tragedy.

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  • While Airport Revenues Soar To $3b, Workers’ Wages Languish

    March 24

    Labor Herald, 23 March 2016
    Australia’s main airports increased their revenues to almost $3b while many airport workers have had their wages frozen and their working hours cut to part time.

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