TWU

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.


  • Rally for Aviation Workers

    April 01

    On the 30 March 2014 hundreds of TWU members and supporters were joined in Tempe, NSW by ALP Deputy Leader Tanya Plibersek and Queensland's Bob Katter to rally in support of safe, secure work for Australian aviation workers.

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  • International support for Aviation Workers

    April 01

    In a display of solidarity with Australian aviation workers, international aviation unions led by Ver.di Hamburg have stood in support of the TWU's fight for safe and secure aviation jobs.

    At the Ver.di "Internationale Flughafenkonferenz" in mid-March 2014, German, Dutch, Swedish and American unions met to discuss organinsing in modern avaition workplaces.

    The picture below was taken after TWU Australia representative Matthew Rocks presented to the conference on the specific challenges facing Australian aviation workers.

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  • Rally over Qantas Job Cuts - TV Reports

    March 31


    About 200 people, including aviation workers, politicians and union members, gathered in Sydney on Sunday (30 March 2014) to protest the foreshadowed 5,000 Qantas job losses.

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  • Unions Flag ongoing Qantas Protests

    March 31


    Unions battling with Qantas over job cuts and outsourcing are not ruling out stop-work action as they continue to call for government help.

    Daily Telegraph, 30 March 2014

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  • Qantas Workers Consider Civil Disobedience in Fight against Cuts

    March 31


    About 200 people, including workers, politicians and union leaders, gathered in Sydney on Sunday to protest the foreshadowed 5,000 Qantas job losses.

    The Guardian, 30 March 2014

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