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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.


  • TV Reports: Qantas Workers Call For Change

    October 27


    Qantas management has been grilled by angry shareholders and workers about its poor performance at the airline’s AGM in Melbourne last week. The TWU slammed the Qantas Transformation Program as a complete failure and said the only way profitability would be restored was through deep and sustained engagement with the workforce. Watch the TV reports here for more details.

    24 October 2014

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  • Qantas Workers Call for Change

    October 24


    The Transport Workers’ Union today slammed the Qantas Transformation Program as a complete failure and said the only way profitability would be restored to the company was through deep and sustained engagement with the workforce.
     
    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 24 October 2014

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  • Sky News Agenda 31 August 2014

    September 01


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  • TV Reports: Qantas Must Change Course

    August 29


    Qantas CEO Alan Joyce announced a record $2.84 billion loss, and another internal restructure to shift Qantas International into a ‘holding company.’ “These are disastrous results for Qantas,” Transport Workers Union National Secretary Tony Sheldon said, “The airline’s problem is not a lack of revenue. It is a lack of competent management." Check here for a collection of the relevant TV reports.

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  • Qantas Must Change Course

    August 28


    Transport Workers Union National Secretary Tony Sheldon today called on Qantas’ institutional investors to step in and force a change of course at the airline, after the Qantas Board again failed to produce a strategy for growth and a return to profits.
     
    TWU Media Release, 28 August 2014

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