Monday, September 22, 2014
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Qantas back in the sky after 48-hour shutdown

Qantas, Australia's flag carrier and a highly regarded international airline, got a black eye over the weekend with a shutdown of its entire worldwide operation in a labor dispute. The Australian government ordered Qantas to restart, which was underway today. Read more here ...

Qantas back in the sky after 48-hour shutdown

Qantas, Australia's flag carrier and a highly regarded international airline, got a black eye over the weekend with a shutdown of its entire worldwide operation in a labor dispute. The Australian government ordered Qantas to restart, which was underway today. Read more here ...

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