Qantas offers voluntary redundancy to pilots as cost cuts begin

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Australian flag carrier Qantas is seeking voluntary redundancy from its pilots, in a first move to cut $1.8 billion in costs and reduce staffing levels by 5,000 over the next three years. The first cuts will come from the ranks of its Boeing 767 and 747 chief and first officers. In February, Qantas...

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