Qantas is preparing to start talks with its pilots union over a job-cuts plan, the airline’s first move to include flight crew in its broader cost-reduction campaign. The carrier told pilots this week it will offer voluntary redundancy in an effort to reduce pilot numbers. While the carrier is not confirming how many pilot jobs it is looking to eliminate, it is believed to be up to 100 initially. Qantas hopes to slash its overall workforce by 5,000 over the next three years as it tries ...
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