A Qantas union is accusing the carrier of disciplining engineers who raised safety concerns at its regional subsidiary, but Qantas stresses that these workers deliberately caused problems as part of industrial action. The Aircraft Engineers International union says that more than 20 licensed engineers for Qantaslink had their pay docked as a punitive measure after they determined that aircraft defects needed to be corrected before flight. However, the carrier accuses the mechanics of ...
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