Qantas said it will still have to cancel flights today and May 23 even though its mechanics union decided not to strike after all. The Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers’ Association (ALAE) changed its mind about the work stoppage just a day before the first planned action. Qantas CEO Geoff Dixon said the decision “had come too late for the airline to reverse the cancellation of services.” However, Qantas said it would add capacity on some routes, operating four additional ...
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