Labor problems continue to mount for the Qantas group, with Jetstar customer service staff the latest to take industrial action. Jetstar check-in representatives will refuse to collect excess baggage fees from passengers for 24 hr. on Oct. 14, the Australian Services Union (ASU) says. The union and the airline have been attempting to negotiate a new contract. The ASU says this is the first time it has taken industrial action against the airline. The “No Weigh Day” will affect Sydney, ...
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