A joint letter from the Australian and International Pilots Association, the Australian Licenced Aircraft Engineers Association and the Australian Federation of Air Pilots has called for direct support for aviation workers.
26 March 2020 | Author: Steve Creedy, Editor - South East Asia Bureau Chief for Airline Ratings
With voting on the offer expected to begin this week, fierce infighting erupted within the Australian and International Pilots Association as those advocating a “no” vote called a special general meeting on Friday. It follows emails to members from...
10 March 2020 | Author: Robyn Ironside, Aviation Writer for The Australian
Last week Qantas informed its pilots it was determined to push ahead with the flights from 2023 and if it could not get agreement on a pay deal by the end of March it would create a new employment entity to operate the services.
05 March 2020 | Author: Robyn Ironside, Aviation Writer for The Australian
AIPA President Mark Sedgwick said the letter from Mr La Spina was “unfortunately characteristic of the long haul discussions”.
“It shows how this business would apparently prefer ultimatums to building consensus at this critical juncture,”...
14 February 2020 | Author: Robyn Ironside, Aviation Writer for The Australian
Suspected Tail Strike and Speedy Flight Amid Storm
Qantas’ flagship Boeing 787 Dreamliner service – QF10 from London Heathrow to Perth International Airport – returned to Heathrow on 9 February due to a suspected tail strike, while taking off in adverse weather conditions at the UK hub.
11 February 2020 | Author: Chris Frame writer for the Australian Aviation