TWU

  • Media Release

    Friday Airport Strike Action Off - TWU Seeks Genuine Offer from Qantas

    October 06

    The Transport Workers Union of Australia (TWU) has called off tomorrow's planned two hour stoppage at airports across the country. The stoppage was planned for late afternoon.

  • Media Release

    The Genuine Violent Threats Qantas Ignores

    October 05

    On the day Qantas courted the media and smeared its Australian employees with anonymous allegations, the Transport Workers Union of Australia (TWU) has expressed its grave concern about the arbitrary detention by Fiji Police of the Secretary of the Fiji Airline Pilots' Association, Mr Shalend Scott.

  • Media Release

    Qantas Claims need investigation and public report back - 35,000 employees owed an apology by Qantas

    October 05

    The Transport Workers Union of Australia (TWU) today condemned reports of alleged threats to Qantas management and urged authorities to fully investigate the matter and make public the outcome of those investigations.

  • Media Release

    Staff vote for safe skies and Australian jobs

    October 03

    Qantas staff across the company’s freight, cabin cleaning, catering, and ground crew operations have voted to take further protected industrial action this Friday from 1600 to 1800 (nationally, local times).

  • Media Release

    Qantas must act to rebuild trust with employees

    September 30

    Qantas members of the Transport Workers Union of Australia today voted overwhelmingly in favour of taking further industrial action in pursuit of securing job security and a fair pay deal from Qantas.  

  • Media Release

    Frustration at Qantas Management Growing

    September 26

    Members of the Transport Workers Union of Australia (TWU) will stop work for one hour at 8am this Friday, September 30 at all major airports. The stoppage is in accordance with protected industrial ballots conducted among baggage handlers, presentation and catering staff taken over the last month, which over 95 per cent of TWU members voted in favor of.